Myrrh Essential Oil - CO2 Extracted
Myrrh Essential Oil - CO2 Extracted

Myrrh Essential Oil - CO2 Extracted

  • Botanical Name: Commiphora Myrrha
  • Plant Part: Resin
  • Method of Extraction: CO2 Extracted
  • Region of Origin: Horn Of Africa
  • Color/Consistency: Pale Yellow Color And Thin Consistency
  • Aroma: Resinous, Warm, Smoky
  • Perfumery Note: Middle
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Myrrh Essential Oil - CO2 extract comes from the resin of a small tree that's native to the Horn of Africa and that's related to frankincense. It has been in use for religious and medicinal purposes for millennia, including in ancient Egypt and during Biblical times. Today, it remains one of the most popular essential oils. In aromatherapy, myrrh is used for its ability to relax the body, uplift the emotions, and focus the mind. Myrrh also offers relief from respiratory problems, and is a great help for treating dry, chapped skin. Also, Myrrh Essential Oil is used for detoxifying and stimulating the liver. This Myrrh Essential Oil is CO2 extracted, and is therefore slightly different from the steam-distilled Myrrh Essential Oil, which we also offer. Both versions of myrrh share many of the same therapeutic benefits. However, the two different extraction processes result in oils with slightly different aromas, colors, and consistencies, and choosing one over the other is a matter of personal preference.

Specific Benefits of Myrrh CO2 Extract as follows:

Relieving anxiety... Myrrh Essential Oil is used to ease feelings of distress and self-doubt, calm breathing, and help remove anxiety. 
Skincare... Myrrh Essential Oil contains powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds. As a result, it is used in treating or reducing a number of skin problems, including rashes, swelling due to cuts and scratches, and dry and irritated skin.
Focusing and uplifting the mind... Like frankincense, Myrrh Essential Oil has long been used as part of religious ritual. It tends to make breathing deeper and slower, and in this way, it helps to focus the mind and to uplift emotions. 

NOTE: Because of its beta-elemene and furanodiene content, Myrrh Essential Oil should not be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding. 

Properties: Antioxidant, Antibacterial, Antifungal, Relaxant, Digestive, Tonic 

Perfumery Note: Middle 

Aroma: Resinous, Warm, Smoky 

Blends with: Bergamot, Geranium, Frankincense, Copaiba, Grapefruit, Pine, Sandalwood, Palo Santo

Recipes We Love:

Blend for meditation: 
Myrrh Essential Oil - CO2 Extract 
These oils have traditionally been used to focus the mind and to aid with meditation. You can use them separately in your diffuser, or mix and match them as you like. 

Relaxing anti-anxiety diffusion: 
Myrrh Essential Oil - CO2 Extract 
All of these oils are known to reduce anxiety and promote positive emotions. Use them in equal parts with your diffuser, or mix and match them as you like. 

Easy breathing recipe: 
Myrrh Essential Oil - CO2 Extract 
Simply diffuse an equal number of drops of each essential oil in your diffuser.

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