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Facts About Myrrh Essential Oil

June 20, 2017

Myrrh essential oil is used in many Biblical stories. It is often seen with frankincense and gold! Indeed, Myrrh is a precious gift that was once offered by the three wise men to baby Christ. Throughout history, Myrrh has been placed at a valuable point. If you look into ancient civilization, you will see many instances where Myrrh is treated as a symbol of prestige and pride! Today, Myrrh essential oil is used during medical and domestic purposes.

 

 

 

What is Myrrh Essential Oil?

 

Myrrh essential oil is extracted from dry resin. The resin is obtained from the Commiphora Myrrha tree. Just like Frankincense essential oil, Myrrh can be obtained from the Burseraceous plant. The plant is native to Middle East and Northern Africa. To be more specific, you will find the plant in countries like Yemen, Somalia, Ethiopia and Arabia. In Arabic, the word “Myrrh” translates to “Bitter”. To obtain Myrrh, the tree’s bark is neatly cut and a yellow sap is collected. This sap dries into walnut-sized lumps that are smoky and uniquely sweet in aroma. Myrrh essential oil became an integral part of different cultures. For example, Egyptians used the oil to embalm pharaohs and the Chinese used Myrrh for its medicinal values. Even the Greeks used myrrh essential oil to treat wounds and infections.

 

 

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Benefits of Myrrh Essential Oil

 

Myrrh essential oil is used as a part of various aromatherapy sessions. Meanwhile, it a part of medicinal science too! This can be attributed to its antiviral, antioxidant, anti-parasitic, antifungal and antispasmodic nature. Here are few health benefits of Myrrh essential oil:

  1. People with serious respiratory issues can use Myrrh essential oil. It helps in getting rid of phlegm and congestion.

  2. The oil is useful in handling digestive aliments. It takes care of health conditions like dyspepsia, stomach upset and flatulence.

  3. Myrrh essential oil can activate your immune system and make your body stronger.

 

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Uses of Myrrh Essential Oil

 

There are plenty of uses for Myrrh essential oil. First of all, it plays a vital role in different types of aromatherapy sessions. Two, it can be used to strengthen your nails. Beauticians mix 10 drops of myrrh, frankincense and lemon with vitamin E oil and rub on the cuticles. Your cuticles will become strong and shiny in no time. Three, the oil is useful in reducing stretch marks. Mix 5 drops of myrrh, frankincense and grapefruit essential oil with coconut oil. This mixture should be applied on your stretch marks.

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