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Myrrh Essential Oil is a pale yellow to amber liquid with a rich, mildly spicy, gum-like scent. Extracted from the resin of the Commiphora plant through solvent extraction, it blends harmoniously with various oils, including frankincense, sandalwood, benzoin, geranium, patchouli, thyme, mandarin, mint, and lavender. Commiphora, a species of shrubs native to northeast Africa and southwest Asia, grows up to 10 meters high, featuring knotted branches, trifolate leaves, and small white flowers. The trunk exudes an oleoresin that hardens into reddish-brown tears known as myrrh, historically used in aromatherapy and fine toiletries.
Common Uses: Commonly used in aromatherapy, body care products, candles, hair care, and soap making.
Directions: When incorporating Myrrh Essential Oil, add a few drops to the diffuser for aromatherapy. In soap making, include approximately 1-3% of the total weight during the cold process or melt and pour phases. For candle making, adhere to fragrance load guidelines. Always consult specific guidelines for each essential oil and product type, considering variations in usage rates, compatibility, and potential reactions.
Blends Well With: Myrrh Essential Oil blends well with frankincense, sandalwood, benzoin, geranium, patchouli, thyme, mandarin, mint, and lavender.
Precautions: Essential oils are concentrated essences from plants and should be diluted before application to the skin to avoid irritation. Avoid internal use. Consult with a doctor or certified aromatherapist if you have health concerns.