Fresh, fruity, light camphoric aroma. Aromatherapy that is good for relaxing, is astringent; good for oily skin. Increases blood flow to muscles, has a mild painkilling effect. Anti-infectious, mucolytic; use for respiratory tract infection. Beneficial for asthma, bronchitis, catarrhal conditions, chronic coughs, colds, flu and infectious diseases. Good for skin and hair. A biblical essential oil, it has been researched for its effects on glandular imbalances and its soothing effects when inhaled. This is red myrtle essential oil, a therapeutic-grade oil.
“Myrtle was used in various ceremonies in biblical times that involved purification from ritual uncleanness. Today, myrtle can be used to balance hormones, soothe the respiratory system, battle colds and flu, and treat asthma, bronchitis, coughs, and skin conditions (including acne, psoriasis, and blemishes).” from The Maker’s Diet, by Jordan S. Rubin
Myrtle oil, Morocco: The aroma is herbal and penetrating with clean rich camphor notes. It has lingering though moderate sweetness and remarkable complexity. This oil has tremendous potential in aromatherapy, particularly with respiratory blends. Natural components include pinene, camphene, cineol, dipentene, myrthenol, and geraniol.
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