100% pure and natural chemotyped essential oil
Documented since Egyptian times, the resin of this plant was used in turbans to protect nomads from the weather, by dripping precious deep red liquid down the face. It is a rich oil, thick and it is possible to feel an instant tingle on your skin as soon as you put it on and it starts doing its work.
About: Myrrh is a dwarfed conifer tree with knotted branches found in the arid deserts of Northern Africa. It produces a thick sap from which the essential oil is produced through CO2 extraction. The essential oil has a rich, resinous, earthy aroma and has many uses. Historically, Myrrh resin has been used as medicine, tea and incense throughout Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Today it is best known as one of the gifts presented to the baby Jesus by the Magi.
Suggested Uses: Myrrh is used in many formulations. Used by herbalists for millennia, Myrhh has been applied traditionally to minor cuts and scrapes. It is used to maintain oral health and is added to mouthwash, toothpastes, tooth powder and applied to teeth and gums. It can be used in skin care to promote toning, regular cellular regeneration, and overall healthy skin. Myrrh smells amazing in blended soaps, candles, diffusers, and body care products and has also be used as food flavoring.
Blending Recommendations: Myrrh essential oil is used as a base note in many colognes and perfumes. Myrrh blends well with all essential oils in the proper setting.
Bay Laurel, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Black Spruce, Cistus, Cinnamon Bark, Clove, Eucalyptus Globulus, Eucalyptus Radiata, Frankincense, Geranium Rose, Ginger, Jasmine Absolute, Lavender, Lavender Absolute, Neroli, Sweet Orange, Patchouli, Peppermint, Petitgrain, Rose Absolute, Rose Otto, Rosemary Verbenone, Sage, Sandalwood, Tea Tree, Tulsi, Vanilla Perfume, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang.
Botanical name: Commiphora myrrha
Synonyms: Commiphora molmol, Somalian myrrh
Distilled part: Resin
Cultivation: EcoCert Organic Cultivation in Somalia
Composition: 100% Myrrh essential oil
Extraction: Water-steam distillation
Active Constituents: Terpene hydrocarbons and sesquiterpenes: Curzerene, Furanoeudesma-1,3-diene, B-elemene
Viscosity: Thin to solid. Age and air exposure turns it into a hard sap.
Color: Clear yellow brown
Aroma: Soft, woody, and balsamic