Myrrh (Ethiopia)

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Commonly used for - Often used in oral rinses for mouth ulcers, gum problems. One of the most Ancient essential oils from Egypt for fumigations and embalming. Used for minor respiratory complaints, and chronic skin conditions — bedsores, ulcers, athlete's foot. For inner stillness and peace & healing.

Aroma — Balsamic, resinous, warm and spicy.


Energetics — Warming and Drying. Brings stillness, protection.

Latin Name — Commiphoria myrrha

Country of Origin — Ethiopia

Cultivation method- Wild Crafted

Extraction Method - Steam distilled from resin/gum

Cautions - Caution during pregnancy. Use in low dilution. Never use neat.

Recipe — For slow healing wounds (Butje)

  • 5 drops Myrrh
  • 5 drops Helichrysum
  • 2 drops Frankincense
  • 5 drops Sandalwood
  • 5 drops Lavender
  • 3 drops German Chamomile

Add to 1 oz. of Aloe Vera gel.

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