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Myrtle Oil

Essential Oil
EAN Number: 4897085746093
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Myrtle Oil
Essential Oil
Product Details

Myrtle is a historical plant first found in ancient Greece. Soldiers, warriors and athletes were commemorated with the leave of the plant Myrtus Communis. It was also used for medicinal purposes. The myrtle essential oil is derived from this plant and has many of its qualities incorporated in it.

  • It is used in aromatherapy to relax the nerves.
  • It is used as an aphrodisiac.
  • It can be applied on the nose and throat to lessen common colds and coughs.
  • Because of its aroma, it is used in deodorants and air fresheners.
  • Its astringent properties are useful in stopping hair loss and fortifying teeth.
  • Its antiseptic properties prevent infections.
  • Being an expectorant, it can clear phlegm and mucous.
  • It can soothe the whole body.
Main Constituents

Pinene, linalool, camphene, cineol, myrtenol and geraniol.

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Properties of Myrtle Oil

How To Use Myrtle Essential oil

The fragrance of myrtle essential oil is pleasant, fresh, green, and somewhat camphorous. Here are a few uses for the same:


Myrtle Essential Oil Uses

Myrtle Essential oil Blends With


Myrtle Essential oil Blends With

Myrtle essential oil blends well with black pepper, cedarwood, neroli, myrrh, coriander, frankincense, lavender and lemongrass essential oils.

Myrtle Oil Extracted

Myrtle Oil Extracted

Myrtle essential oil is extracted by steam distillation. The flowers, leaves and stems of the myrtle plant are dried and subjected to steam distillation.

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