Myrrh Essential Oil

$25.00
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Latin Name Commiphora myrrha
At a Glance Use Myrrh for skin healing (mature skin, scars, inflammation, eczema). It may also be beneficial in blends for coughs, colds, and congestion
Cultivation Certified Organic, Somalia
Properties cicatrisant, astringent, analgesic, mucolytic, expectorant, antiseptic
Chemistry curzerene (34.68%), furanoeudesma-1,3-diene (24.62%), lindestrene (10.41%), b-elemene (5.75%), g-elemene (4.01%), germacrene b (3.84%)
Steam Distilled August 2017
Shelf Life 6-8 Years (approx.)

Use Myrrh for SKIN HEALING (mature skin, scars, inflammation, eczema). It may also be beneficial in blends for coughs, colds, and congestion

 

GC/MS FOR CURRENT BATCH MYRRH-1004

GC/MS ARCHIVE:
MYRRH Batch 0131
MYRRH-1002
MYRRH-1003

 

ORIGINS
Botanical family: Burseaceae
Plant Part: Resin
Processed: Steam Distilled
Chemical family: Sesquiterpenes
Aroma: Resinous, Earthy, Spicy, Balsamic
Note: Base

Latin Name:
Commiphora myrrha
At a Glance:
Use Myrrh for skin healing (mature skin, scars, inflammation, eczema). It may also be beneficial in blends for coughs, colds, and congestion
Cultivation:
Certified Organic, Somalia
Properties:
cicatrisant, astringent, analgesic, mucolytic, expectorant, antiseptic
Chemistry:
curzerene (34.68%), furanoeudesma-1,3-diene (24.62%), lindestrene (10.41%), b-elemene (5.75%), g-elemene (4.01%), germacrene b (3.84%)
Steam Distilled:
August 2017
Shelf Life:
6-8 Years (approx.)

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5/5
Did what I was hoping it would do...
Written by TracyD on 27th Jun 2016

I purchased Myrrh to use as part of a massage rub for my hands which tend to ache a bit after I use them a great deal. I'd put some furniture together that day and the hands were squawking after working with bolts and nuts. I rubbed in some of the massage oil I'd mixed up and 10 minutes later my hands did not ache. No drugs required. It was great.