Devinez Myrrh - Resinoid Essential Oil, 100% Pure, Natural & Undiluted – DevinezIndia
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Devinez Myrrh - Resinoid Essential Oil, 100% Pure, Natural & Undiluted, Therapeutic Grade

Rs. 389.00 Regular price Rs. 549.00
  • In Glass Bottle for 15ml, 30ml & 50ml size
  • In Anodized Aluminum Bottle for 100ml, 250ml, 500m, 1000ml size
  • Botanical Name: Commiphora abyssinica
  • Method of Extraction : Steam Distillation
  • Product Information

  • Myrrh-Resinoid essential oil is derived from an oleo-gum resin which is secreted naturally from the trunk of Commiphora myrrha trees when they are wounded or lacerated. There are almost 60 species of Commiphora found throughout Africa and Arabia, and although several produce an oleo-gum resin, Commiphora myrrha is the species of choice for producing the myrrh essential oil used in aromatherapy
  • Myrrh essential oil benefits

    Myrrh essential oil has exceptional healing, antiseptic and fungicidal properties, and is particularly useful on slow healing wounds, hives (urticaria), weeping eczema and athletes foot. Add a few drops of myrrh oil to a carrier lotion and apply twice daily to treat these conditions. A footbath is an excellent way to treat athletes foot; simply add 2 drops of myrrh plus 2 drops of tea tree oil and soak for 5 minutes. Follow up with an application of the same formula in a lotion for the best results.

    This oil is also very effective for treating dry, chapped and cracked hands during the winter months, and a few drops added to a carrier cream or lotion massaged into the skin can work wonders. Many aromatherapists use myrrh essential oil in the battle to minimise wrinkles because of its ability to stimulate cellular renewal. Myrrh is a great skin care oil.

    Skin Health: Myrrh can help maintain healthy skin. It can help soothe chapped or cracked skin. It is commonly added to skin care products to help with moisturizing and also for fragrance. Ancient Egyptians used it to prevent aging and maintain healthy skin.

    Relaxation: Myrrh is commonly used in aromatherapy for massages. It can also be added to a warm bath or applied directly to the skin.

  • Blends with : The warm, balsamic and slightly bitter odour of myrrh essential oil blends nicely with benzoin, bergamot, cedar atlas and virginian, cinnamon, clary sage, clove bud, cypress, elemi, frankincense, ginger, juniper berry, lavender, marjoram sweet, patchouli, rosemary, sandalwood, tea tree, and vetiver.

  • Safety Information

    • Essential Oils are oil soluble- dilute with a carrier oil (olive, coconut, etc.), not water.
    • Store in a cool and a dry place.
    • Some oils are photosensitive - do not apply on exposed skin if going outdoors.
    • Do not drop oils directly in ear canal or eyes. Oils can dissolve plastics - use in glass.
    • Use extreme caution when applying oils topically for allergic or autoimmune conditions.
    • Do a 2-days patch test for even the gentlest essential oils before using them generally.
    • Use extreme caution when applying oils topically for allergic or autoimmune conditions.
    • Keep out of reach from children and pets.
    • If swallowed by mistake, kindly seek medical advice immediately.
    • Keep away from flame, heat and ignition sources.
    • Always conduct a patch test of diluted oil on the inner arm before using; do not use if redness or irritation occurs.
    • Do not ingest.
    • If you have sensitive skin, epilepsy, heart or kidney problems, or any serious medical condition, Do not use this oil unless advised by a physician or medical professional that it is safe.