Myrrh Essential Oil


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Botanical Family: Commiphora myrrha

Extraction Method/Origin: Steam distilled from gum/resin—Somalia

Chemical Constituents: Sesquiterpenes (up to 75%): lindestrene (up to 30%), β-, γ-, & δ-elemenes (<40%), α-copaene (<12%), β-bourbonene (<5%), muurolene, δ-cadinene, humulene, curzerene; Furanoids (<27%): methoxyfurogermacrene (<9%), furoendesmadiene (<8%), α-bergamotene (<5%), methylisopropenylfurone (<5%), furfural (<3%), furanodione (<2%), rosefuran; Ketones: (<20%): curzenone (<11%), methylisobutyl ketone (<6%), germacrone (<4%); Triterpenes (<7%): α-amyrin (<4%), α-amyrenone (<3%); Monoterpenes (<6%): ocimene, p-cymene, α-thujene, l-limonene, myrcene; Aldehydes: methylbutynal (<3%), cinnamaldehyde, cuminal; Arenes: xylene; Carboxylic Acids: acetic acid, formic acid, palmitic acid; Phenols: eugenol, cresol.

Properties: Anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antitumor, astringent, and tonic.

Common Primary Uses: Allergies (skin), chapped/cracked skin, dysentery, Hashimoto’s disease, hyperthyroidism, impetigo, inflammation, stretch marks, ulcer.

Folklore: Well over 2,000 years before the baby Jesus received myrrh as a gift, it was one of the most desired and most expensive items in the world. According to Roberta Wilson, “In Greek mythology, Aphrodite forced the goddess Myrrha into an incestuous relationship with her father, Cinyras. Cinyras avenged the act by turning his daughter into a myrrh tree. When the tree sprouted its blooms, their child Adonis was born. The resinous drops that exude from cuts in the tree’s bark were said to be Myrrha’s tears.”

Historical Uses: Myrrh was used as incense in religious rituals, in embalming, and as a cure for cancer, leprosy, and syphilis. Myrrh, mixed with coriander and honey, was used to treat herpes.

French Medicinal Uses: Bronchitis, diarrhea, dysentery, hyperthyroidism, stretch marks, thrush, ulcers, vaginal thrush, viral hepatitis.

Other Possible Uses: This oil may help appetite (increase), asthma, athlete’s foot, candida, catarrh (mucus), coughs, eczema, digestion, dyspepsia (impaired digestion), flatulence (gas), fungal infection, gingivitis, gum infection, hemorrhoids, mouth ulcers, decongest prostate gland, ringworm, sore throats, skin conditions (chapped, cracked, and inflammation), wounds, and wrinkles.

Body System(s) Affected: Hormonal, Immune, and Nervous Systems; Skin.

Aromatic Influence: It promotes spiritual awareness and is uplifting.

Usage Instructions
Application: Apply to Vita Flex Points and/or directly on area of concern; diffuse.

Safety Data: Use with caution during pregnancy.

Blend Classification: Modifier and Equalizer.

Blends With: Frankincense, lavender, patchouli, sandalwood, and all spice oils.

Odor: Type: Base Note (5–20% of the blend); Scent: Warm, earthy, woody, balsamic; Intensity: 4.

Frequency: Emotional and Spiritual; approximately 105 MHz.

Comments: Myrrh is a true gift. When we open our hearts and minds to receive the gifts, they will be given.