Myrrh e.o. – 15 ml
There are many health benefits to the Myrrh e.o. (essential oil). These advantages can be attributed to its properties. The oil can be used as:
- an antimicrobial.
- an astringent.
- an expectorant.
- an antifungal.
- a stimulant.
- a carminative.
- an immune booster.
- an antiseptic.
- a tonic.
These are but some of the oil’s many uses. It has been famed for its uses in aromatherapy. It is also famous for its medicinal properties.
As an antimicrobial, Myrrh will not allow microbes to infect the body. It is also helpful in aiding the body resist infection from microbes. These include fevers, food poisoning, coughs, and colds. Unlike other antibiotics, there are no reports of the oil having side effects.
The Myrrh e.o. can also be used as an astringent. This means that it can help strengthen the areas within the mouth. More specifically, the hold of the gums on teeth. When used on the scalp, it can strengthen the grip of the scalp to the hair. This can help prevent hair loss.
The Myrrh e.o. is also a great fungicide. It can be used internally, or topically to fight off fungal infections.
As a stimulant, Myrrh can help activate a lot of things in the body. These include blood circulation and digestion. It helps stimulate the pumping action of the heart. Hence, it can also stimulate metabolic functions. This can then lead to benefits leading to weight loss.
The Myrrh e.o. is also an antiseptic. The oil can be applied to cuts and wounds. This is to provide protection on the wound for it to avoid infection. It can also help protect the body from tetanus to some extent.
Note: Although remedial, people with major health ailments like cancer, or epilepsy should avoid use. Non—toxic, non—irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Not to be used while pregnant.