Myrrh (Commiphora abyssinica) CO2 is a thick and resinous oil with a potent fragrance well complimented by blending with lavender, geranium rose or other mild oils. It also works well alongside its famous counterpart, Frankincense, to lift spirits and support skin and immune health.†
Myrrh CO2 oil has been shown to have powerful antioxidant benefits and has been used since biblical times as a spice, a natural remedy, and even to embalm the dead. It is related to Frankincense and comes from the sap of the Commiphora myrrha tree in the Middle East. Named for its bitter taste, Myrrh is recently getting attention among the science community for the many ways it can promote health and wellness.†
Read the SAFETY PRECAUTIONS carefully before use.
The following summaries are based on common methods of using essential oils and do not necessarily represent every possible use. Many potential benefits may overlap with aromatic, topical, and/or internal uses.
When used under the direction of a medical practitioner or licensed aromatherapist, Myrrh CO2 Oil may provide numerous internal benefits. Read Instructions Tab carefully before attempting internal use. Properly diluted Myrrh CO2 Oil used internally may:
Myrrh CO2 oil may be used with other essential oils to amplify or improve its potential. Use the following suggested blends to maximize the range of benefits that Myrrh CO2 essential oil may provide.
A variety of extraction methods are used to create essential oils. These methods include distillation, cold-press, and CO2 extraction. Myrrh CO2 essential oil is extracted using the CO2 method.
A more modern extraction method, Carbon Dioxide extraction is achieved through pressurizing the carbon dioxide until it becomes a liquid. The temperature used is 95-100°F compared to the 140-212°F used in distillation. The process creates a thicker essential oil that smells much closer to the original plant source. Some essential oils extracted using the CO2 method may contain additional constituents than their distilled versions.
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Aromatherapy Safety Information (National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy)
ALWAYS PROPERLY DILUTE IN CARRIER OIL BEFORE APPLYING ESSENTIAL OILS DIRECTLY ON THE SKIN.
Myrrh oil can be used in multiple ways depending on the desired benefits or results. Suggested carrier oils include jojoba, coconut, or grapeseed oil. Suggested methods represent a few common practices for informational purposes only. See safety precautions for more details.
Aromatic Use: Ensure proper ventilation and take several deep breaths. Limit exposure to one or two hours at a time. May be used in these ways:
Topical Use: Recommended DILUTION RATIO is 1 drop essential oil per teaspoon (5ml) or more of carrier oil to start.
During first use, always patch test a small area of skin before applying to larger areas. Absorption after application can provide internal and external benefits. May be used in these ways:
Internal Use: With the guidance of a licensed aromatherapist or medical practitioner, Myrrh CO2 oil may be used internally for the following ways:
Essential Oils are extremely concentrated. Always use with care and begin with highly diluted amounts to test for sensitivities. Consult a licensed aromatherapist or physician for additional methods or use.
Suggested use of essential oils should not be a substitute for medical advice. Individuals with health concerns or conditions should consult a licensed healthcare provider prior to use.
100% pure Myrrh (Commiphora abyssinica) CO2 essential oil.
Country of origin: Somalia
Manufactured by Seychelles Organics, Inc.
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