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Commiphora myrrha

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Since biblical times, myrrh has been used for a variety of ailments, but is traditionally used for healing mouth sores/ulcers and promoting healthy menstruation in women. It is also often used in formulas for skin health. It has an earthy, wooden aroma, deeper than frankincense, which for some is particularly calming.

Botanical name

Commiphora myrrha

Country of origin


Extraction method

Steam-distilled from myrrh resin

Dilution ratio

Neat (no dilution necessary)

Application method

Topical Application

Myrrh has been traditionally used to:

  • Reduce pain, redness, and swelling that accompanies inflammation
  • Fight infection topically
  • Relieve tension in muscles and organs
  • Shrink or tighten body tissues when applied topically
  • Relieve gas 
  • Invigorate and support heart function
  • Close wounds or cuts by constricting blood vessels
  • Strengthen blood vessels and improve blood flow
  • Promote more regular and less painful menstruation
  • Loosen airway mucus
  • Calm and soothe the central nervous system

Keep out of reach of children and well away from eye area. If pregnant or under doctor's care, consult your physician before using.

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