Myrrh Essential Oil has been used since ancient times as a sacred incense, a perfume, and as a therapeutic agent.
Myrrh essential oil has been used since ancient times as a sacred incense, a perfume, and as a therapeutic agent. It has a centering, visualizing and meditative effect.
* Not recommended during pregnancy *
Common Uses: Physically, Myrrh is often used for colds, coughs and eczema. Added to cream, myrrh can help protect against chapped, dry skin from cold weather.
Blends Well With: Clove, Lavender, Patchouli, and Sandalwood essential oils
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