For tranquility and healing
Myrrh is a gum-resin extracted from a number of small, thorny tree species of the genus Commiphora. Myrrh resin has had an ancient presence as perfume, incense and medicine. Myrrh has been used as an analgesic for toothache pain and in liniments applied to bruises, aching muscles, and sprains It has often been claimed to reduce the symptoms of indigestion, ulcers, colds, cough, asthma, respiratory congestion, arthritis.
Amora: Its aromatic profile is hot, smoky, herbaceous, forest-woody and dry.
Calming: Use to alleviate stress, anxiety, and emotional imbalance.
Respiratory Support: Inhaling its aroma can help clear congestion and ease breathing difficulties.
Mouth and Gum Health: Myrrh oil has a long history of use in oral care due to its potential to promote healthy gums and overall oral health. It is often found in natural toothpaste and mouthwash products.
Aromatherapy: Its ancient and mystical aroma can help create a serene atmosphere for meditation, spiritual reflection, and emotional balance.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
- Add a few drops with your hair shampoo and conditioner for added moisture and lustre.
- During facial routine, add one to two drops to facial mask/ cream for cleansing, toning of skin and to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Dilute with Coconut Oil to minimise any skin sensitivity.
- Mix 15 to 20 drops of Myrrh oil to 1 tablespoon Epsom salts to massage into your skin as exfoliant or facial wash.
- For facial steam, use 1 or 2 drops of oil in water.
- Add 10 to 15 drops in bathtub for therapeutic benefits.
- Add 1-2 drops on your pillow and bedding for sleep support and fragrant relaxing mood.
- Use 4-5 drops in your diffuser to create balanced and relaxing atmosphere.
- Add two drops in one litre of water.
- Add a drop in your tea or hot water.
- You could add Myrrh oil to your oil-pulling mix or DIY toothpaste for extra benefits.
- Essential oils are generally considered safe for topical and aromatic use when properly diluted with a carrier oil.
- Perform a patch test on your skin to ensure there are no adverse reactions.
- These natural essential oils are used primarily for their healing properties, their subtle aroma is a bonus, not the only pursuit.
- It will take some time for natural oils to start rewarding your skin.
- It is advisable to mix essential oil with carrier oils for sensitive skin.
- It is also recommended to avoid contact with eyes, ears and others sensitive parts of the body.
- Consult with your GP or healthcare professional before using it if you are pregnant, nursing, or have pre-existing medical conditions.