Myrtle 3


Botanical name: Myrtus Communis 
Manufacturing Part: Petal 
Extraction Method: Distillation 
Origin of Origin: France 
Product Information: 100% Natural Essential Oil

Myrtlewood essential oil is very mild, with a mild smell and not pungent, it is very suitable for treating children’s colds and chest infections. Just dilute the concentration to 1%-3% and apply to the chest. But be careful when treating it. It has Slight calming effect, so the dosage should not be too high, and it is more suitable for use at night. It is very suitable for inhalation with steam incense. Myrtle essential oil is also very suitable for the elderly to treat and prevent chest infections, and the effect is very good. It is also very effective A good astringent can reduce the symptoms of hemorrhoids. The leaves and petals are often used to maintain the skin. Adding some myrtle oil to the essential oil for acne can make the acne disappear as soon as possible.

Myrtle is a dwarf shrub. You can extract the young leaves or petals of Myrtle to get a yellow essential oil. Its taste is fresh and very pleasant. It is similar to Eucalyptus essential oil, but more delicate and gentle. The main ingredient is oil Alcohol, myrtle wood aldehyde, terpinene, geranol, linalool and campene.

Suitable essential oils include bergamot, clary sage, clove, hyssop, eucalyptus, ginger, lavender, peppermint, rosemary, spearmint, thyme and tea tree, etc. It is of medium to high volatility.

Usage taboo: Myrtlewood essential oil has a slight calming effect, so the dosage should not be too high.

MN 997398