Myrrh Essential Oil
Myrrh’s uses span as early as 600 BC when it was used for embalming and fumigation in Ancient Egypt. It was also used as an ingredient in incense and perfume but is now more popular for its ability to support skin healing.
- Supports skin healing
- Calms the mind
- Botanical Name: Commiphora myrrha
- Origin: Kenya
- Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
- Plant Part: Gum Resin
- Plant Description: Though classified as a shrub, Myrrh can grow up to 30 feet in height. The trunk exudes a natural oleo resin that hardens into what is classified as reddish brown 'tears'
- Aroma: Soft, spicy, and woody with a slightly musky note
- Note: Middle
- Consistency: Medium to viscous
- Color: Dark brown
- Blends Well With: Bergamot, Copaiba Balsam, Cypress, Frankincense, Geranium, Grapefruit, Juniper Berry, Patchouli, Pine, Sandalwood
- Main Constituents: Furanoedudesma 1, 3-diene, curzerene
- Kid Safe: May be used by children 10+
- Pregnancy Safe: Consult your doctor
- Breastfeeding Safe: Consult your doctor
- More Safety Info: Generally safe. Follow dilution instructions
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Relax Personal Inhaler
- 5 drops Myrrh Essential Oil
- 5 drops Bergamot Essential Oil
- 5 drops Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Add to a personal inhaler and inhale as needed.
- 6 drops Myrrh Essential Oil
- 15 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
- 4 drops Clove Essential Oil
- 2 ounces Unscented Lotion
Mix all ingredients well; store in airtight container. Apply on the affected area 2-3 times daily or as needed.
Nourishing Bald Head Balm
- 10 drops Cedarwood (Atlas) Essential Oil
- 10 drop Chamomile (German) Essential Oil
- 10 drops Myrrh Essential Oil
- ½ cup Jojoba Oil
- 4 ounce Glass Bottle
Add essential oils and Jojoba Oil to the bottle, shake well. Massage a few drops into clean, slightly damp scalp once a day. Best used at night to avoid any photosensitivity possibilities.