Myrrh oil

Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha)

Myrrh oil is taken from Myrrh resin, which is from Egypt. This sap is often used as incense and perfume in ancient Egypt, while in ancient Greece, Myrrh was used to heal wounds.

Myrrh is considered very valuable, so it is sometimes valued as gold. Myrrh oil comes from the sap of the small Myrrh tree, spiny, and is used as a perfume, incense, overcomes some health problems, and religious ceremonies. Myrrh has benefits for, improving skin health, balancing emotions,

Myrrh oil is processed by the steam distillation method, from Myrrh gum. Myrrh has a warm, woody, earthy and slightly balsamic aroma. Myrrh is used as a mixture for fragrance, spiritual space, meditation and religious events

Blends:

Bergamot, Frankincense Serrata, Geranium, Grapefruit, Juniper Berry, Lavender, Lemon, Patchouli, Rose, Sandalwood, Sweet Orange, Turmeric

 

Myrrh oil use: Diffuser blend

Spice Aroma Fall

4 Frankincense Drops

4 Sandalwood Drops

2 Cinnamon Bark Drops

2 Rose Drops

1 Drops Myrrh

 

Calming Anxiety

5 Drops Myrrh

4 Rose Drops

3 Lemon Drops

 

Exotic Spice

5 Drops Sweet Orange

3 Frankincense Drops

3 Drops Myrrh

 

Positive Thinking

1 Drops Myrrh

1 Drops Bergamot

1 Eucalyptus Drops

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