Myrrh is derived from “Murr”, an Arabic word meaning bitter. Myrrh essential oil is a thick, color yellow-orange liquid that has a combination of bitter-sweet and smoky aroma. It has been widely used in perfumery business. It was one of the precious gifts given by the three magi to baby Jesus. Myrrh was truly a valuable item during that time because it was mentioned in the Bible 152 times being used in different scenarios. It has been used in ancient times as a food ingredient, a cure, and even in mummification.
Myrrh essential oil has been in use since time immemorial for a wide variety of spiritual and therapeutic practices, including:
– Mummification and embalming
– Food seasoning
– Remedy for hay fever
– Disinfectant for cuts and abrasions
– Helps in blood clotting to speed up healing process
Up to this day, Myrrh essential oil is being used in naturopathy and aromatherapy because of its indispensable abilities to help cure certain illness that are proven by time. Myrrh has also been found to have medicinal benefits such as: antimicrobial, skin toning, phlegm expectorant, catalyst, antifungal, anti-flatulent, diaphoretic, anticatarrhal, immune system enhancer, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic.
Myrrh essential oil can be mixed with Lavender, Frankincense, Palma Rosa, Rosewood, Patchouli, Sandal Wood, Thyme, and Tea Tree.
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This product smells great and can be used for many purposes. Referenced many times in the bible, myrrh is mostly know for the purpose of keeping the skin healthy. It can also be used for aromatherapy. I love the smell and can really see a difference in my skin after adding a few drops to my current skin treatment.
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