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One of the oldest recorded essential oils in history, myrrh was very popular in the Middle East and Mediterranean civilizations; it was used to make incense and perfumes, and heal wounds thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. Its warm, woody aroma gives out a feeling of ease and relaxation, making it the ideal oil for a grounding meditation.
Commiphora Myrrha grows in the dry desert regions of northern and eastern Africa, found mainly in Somalia. Tapping takes place during the dry season when the trees no longer have leaves.
Benefits & How to Use
Calming | Anti-Inflammatory | Soothing | Grounding
Bath & Shower: Awaken your senses by adding up to 5 drops in 2 tbsp of bath oil, shower gel, or carrier oil.
Beauty: Relax your body and mind while nourishing your skin. Use up to 8 drops in 1 tbsp of carrier oil, creams, and serums.
Diffusers & Burners: Embrace the moment. Add 8 to 10 drops in a diffuser or burner.
For external use only. Do not use undiluted on the skin. Avoid contact with eyes. Patch test before use. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use essential oils on children under 5 years old. Consult your healthcare professional before using essential oils during pregnancy or if under a doctor’s care.
Store in a cool, dry, dark place.
Blends well with: Frankincense, Lemon, Patchouli, and Sandalwood essential oils
Diffuser: Add a total of 8 to 10 drops of Frankincense, Myrrh, Cedarwood and Orange essential oils in a diffuser to create a grouding ambiance.
Bath: Mix 6 to 8 drops of Myrrh essential oil to a carrier oil of your choosing, then add to your bathwater for a relaxing soak before bed.
Face Oil: Add 1 drop of Myrrh essential oil to tablespoon of Primrose oil for a restorative facial oil.
- 100% Pure Myrrh Essential Oil
- Botanical Name: Commiphora Myrrha
- Aroma: Resinous, warm, woody
- Extraction Method: Steam distilled
- Source: Somalia
- Note: Base Note
- The heart of an aroma. Emerges once the top notes fades.