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Myrrh Oil 15ml

S$70.00

100% Organic Essential Oil

Myrrh oil has been treasured throughout history for its perfume, in spiritual practices and as a medicine,

With its distinct earthy, warm scent, it calms and balances the emotions. It is also powerfully cleansing and healing, and makes your skin glow. 

 

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  • What it does

    myrrhIn the past, Myrrh was so precious that it was worth its weight in gold. Prized as a perfume, cosmetic and a medicine for more than 5000 years, it is also regularly used for spiritual and religious purposes.

    Two primary active compounds in Myrrh, terpenoids and sesquiterpenes, have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. They also soothe the nervous system, enhancing feelings of inner peace.

  • How to Use for the Body

    Myrrh oil has a range of benefits for your body. It has a long history of use in skin care, restoring a glow to dry, chapped skin. It also calms redness and heals blemishes. 

    As an anti-inflammatory, it promotes wound healing, eases pain and reduces swelling. 

    Its powerful cleansing action also soothes coughs, colds and sore throats. 

    7 ways to use Myrrh oil for the body* 

    Swelling and inflammation

    For instant relief, add a few drops of Myrrh oil to a cold compress and place directly on inflamed or irritated skin. Its antibacterial and antifungal properties will get to work right away.

    Asthma, coughs, sore throat

    Works as an expectorant to relieve cough and cold symptoms, and to reduce congestion.

    Create a blend of:

    • 10–12 drops Myrrh oil
    • 30ml carrier oil (almond or jojoba)

    Massage into your chest. You can also add 2–3 drops to a diffuser.

    Stomach ache

    To ease tummy troubles, add 1–2 drops to 1/4 of a cup of water. Add a little agave nectar or honey.

    Fine lines and wrinkles

    Clean your face well, then mix:

    • 8–10 drops Myrrh oil
    • 30ml almond oil or Rosehip oil

    Massage your face gently.

    Healing wounds 

    Create a healing blend of:

    • 20 drops Myrrh oil
    • 30ml carrier oil (jojoba, grape, almond)

    Apply to the affected area to prevent infection. You can also mix Myrrh oil with an unscented lotion and use directly on your skin.

    Fungal infections 

    Myrrh oil is effective on infections such as athlete’s foot or ring worm. Apply it directly to the affected area.

    Chapped skin 

    For a soothing balm, mix:

    • 2–3 drops Myrrh oil
    • 2 tablespoons liquid lanolin

    Massage into the affected area.

    *This information is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illnesses. 

  • How to Use for the Mind

    Myrrh oil has long been used in religious and spiritual practices. The warm and earthy fragrance induces a meditative state, calming and balancing the emotions.

    The compound sesquiterpene in Myrrh directly affects the emotions and the brain’s limbic system. It is centring and restorative, quieting busy minds.

    Deep breathing blend 

    MIx:

    Add to a diffuser, or you can mix with 30ml of jojoba oil and apply to the skin, or inhale.

  • How to Use for the Spirit

    Myrrh is a spiritual oil. It releases fears and encourages more trust and acceptance, especially of ourselves. It also teaches us to harmonise our physical and spiritual aspects.

    Myrrh oil opens the heart chakra and allows the release of stress and suffering. Myrrh oil is ideal if you feel emotionally stuck.

    Add a few drops to a carrier oil and gently massage into the heart area to release distrust and embrace relationships with yourself and others.

    Add to a diffuser to bring a sense of calm to the mind. Its grounding, complex aroma brings a deeper connection to practices such as yoga and meditation.

  • Ingredients
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    Organic Myrrh Oil

     

    100% Organic Myrrh Oil

    Steam distillation from the resin of the Commiphora myrrha tree.

    Facts

    Botanical Name Commiphora myrrha
    Country of Origin Somalia
    Aroma Woody, warm, earthy and balsamic
    Note Base
    Chemical Constituents Terpenoids , Sesquiterpenes, Lindestrene

     

    Cautions 

    Dilute before using Myrrh Oil topically.

    Keep out of reach of children.

    If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.

    Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.

  • Full Ingredients
    • 100% Organic Myrrh Oil

Description

Myrrh Essential oil

 

What is myrrh oil?

Firstly, myrrh essential oil has been used since ancient times for its medicinal, cosmetic, and spiritual applications. Next, it is even mentioned in the Bible for its spiritual and symbolic uses. In addition, two primary active compounds are found in Myrrh, called terpenoids and sesquiterpenes, both of which have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.

First of all, myrrh oil has been used as an ingredient for oral health due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Secondly in topical applications, it can be used to promote wound healing, alleviate pain, and reducing swelling and inflammation.  

Finally, it can also help in reducing coughs, colds and sore throats.

What does it do?

First off, in aromatherapy, Myrrh essential oil is used in religious practices as the warm and earthy fragrance induces a meditative state of mind, calmness and balancing the emotions.

Next, myrrh oil has a range of benefits for your body. On top of this, it has a long history of use in skin care, restoring a glow to dry, chapped skin. In conclusion, it also calms redness and heals blemishes. 

Apart from this, as an anti-inflammatory, it promotes wound healing, eases pain and reduces swelling. 

Finally, its powerful cleansing action also soothes coughs, colds and sore throats. 

7 ways to use Myrrh oil for the body* 

Swelling and inflammation

Initially, for instant relief, add a few drops of Myrrh oil to a cold compress and place directly on inflamed or irritated skin. Following this, its antibacterial and antifungal properties will get to work right away.

Asthma, coughs, sore throat

First of all, works as an expectorant to relieve cough and cold symptoms, and to reduce congestion.

Create a blend of:

  • 10–12 drops Myrrh oil
  • 30ml carrier oil (almond or jojoba)

Massage into your chest. You can also add 2–3 drops to a diffuser.

Stomach ache

To ease tummy troubles, add 1–2 drops to 1/4 of a cup of water. Add a little agave nectar or honey.

Fine lines and wrinkles

Clean your face well, then mix:

  • 8–10 drops Myrrh oil
  • 30ml almond oil or Rosehip oil

Massage your face gently.

Healing wounds 

Create a healing blend of:

  • 20 drops Myrrh oil
  • 30ml carrier oil (jojoba, grape, almond)

Apply to the affected area to prevent infection. You can also mix Myrrh oil with an unscented lotion and use directly on your skin.

Fungal infections 

Myrrh oil is effective on infections such as athlete’s foot or ring worm. Apply it directly to the affected area.

Chapped skin 

For a soothing balm, mix:

  • 2–3 drops Myrrh oil
  • 2 tablespoons liquid lanolin

Massage into the affected area.

*This information is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illnesses. 

For your Mind 

Myrrh oil has long been used in religious and spiritual practices. The warm and earthy fragrance induces a meditative state, calming and balancing the emotions.

The compound sesquiterpene in Myrrh directly affects the emotions and the brain’s limbic system. It is centring and restorative, quieting busy minds.

Deep breathing blend 

MIx:

  • 8 drops Myrrh oil
  • 6 drops Eucalyptus oil
  • 3 drops Peppermint oIl
  • 3 drops Rosemary oil

Add to a diffuser, or you can mix with 30ml of jojoba oil and apply to the skin, or inhale.

For your Spirit

Myrrh is a spiritual oil. It releases fears and encourages more trust and acceptance, especially of ourselves. It also teaches us to harmonise our physical and spiritual aspects.

Myrrh oil opens the heart chakra and allows the release of stress and suffering. Myrrh oil is ideal if you feel emotionally stuck.

Add a few drops to a carrier oil and gently massage into the heart area to release distrust and embrace relationships with yourself and others.

Add to a diffuser to bring a sense of calm to the mind. Its grounding, complex aroma brings a deeper connection to practices such as yoga and meditation,

 

Cautions 

Dilute before using Myrrh Oil topically.

Keep out of reach of children

If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.

Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.

 

blends well with lavender oil 

Additional information

Weight 0.063 kg

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