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Myrrh Oil (Resin)

Myrrh Oil (Resin)PMYR

Commiphora myrrha (Somalia)



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Myrrh Oil Historical Snippets:

Myrrh is another one of the three oils given to baby Jesus by the Magi. Therefore, its religious uses were quite prominent and it’s still used today throughout Roman Catholic, Eastern and Oriental church services. Due to the oils remarkable ability to preserve flesh, the Egyptians would use it during the mummification process. They also used it as a perfume, incense, medicine and in skin care. It is believed that the ancient Greek soldiers carried myrrh in their pouch during the war after they discovered its ability to heal wounds. 

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Myrrh Oil (Resin)

(Commiphora myrrha)

Resin - Steam Distilled

Myrrh Oil Aromatherapeutic Uses:


   Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) Essential Oil



   Inflamed skin, boils, skin ulcers, athletes foot, chapped moist skin, weeping eczema,

   pruritus, mature skin preservative, wrinkles, ringworm


   Voice loss, sore throat, asthma, bronchitis, cough, gum disease, gingivitis

   Muscular / Skeletal:


   Cardiovascular / Lymphatic:




   Colds, wasting degenerative diseases


   Ulcers, diarrhea, gas, dyspepsia, haemorrhoids, loss of appetite


   Aids production balance of thyroxine (Medical Diagnosis Required – caution with

   thyroid imbalance), may balance reproductive system hormones

   Genito-Urinary / Reproductive:


   Possibly induces menstruation, eases leucorrhea, thrush, balances sexual appetite

   Nervous Brain/ Mind

   Calming, for weakness, emotional coldness, apathy, no incentive, use to enhance

   and strengthen spirituality, purify spiritual environment, prepare for teachings,

   balances upper and lower chakras, enhances visualization, brings up deep hidden


Sheppard-Hanger, Sylla. The Aromatherapy Practitioner Reference Manual: Atlantic Institute of Aromatherapy, 1999. Print.

Amenorrhea, athlete's foot, bronchitis, chapped skin, dysmenorrhea, gums, halitosis, hemorrhoids, itching, mouth, ringworm, toothache. [Julia Lawless, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils (Rockport, MA: Element Books, 1995), 56-65.]

Myrrh essential oil is memorable for its strong-balsamic scent. Myrrh oil may enhance meditation and improve spirituality.

Myrrh essential oil has a rich and spicy aroma that has a warm back trail. The healing, spiritual, stimulant, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties of this oil may help you enjoy a healthier life and a positive attitude.

Blends well with Tea Tree, Lavender, Frankincense, Rosewood, Thyme and Rose.


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