Myrrh Oil is one of the rare natural oils obtained from the gum of a plant. It is a natural resin that can be procured from the trunk of the plant Commiphora by puncturing. It is widely available in the semi-arid regions of the Middle East, and has been in use by people since the prehistoric times. Being a gum, it is colourless and has a high viscosity that can be reduced by further processing into a free flowing oil composition. It has many a medicinal value for which it is admired and widely used.
· Myrrh Oil has the unique benefit of preventing wrinkles. If applied on skin, it is very helpful in rejuvenating the damaged outer cells so as to keep wrinkles out of bay.
· Myrrh Oil also has the advantage of keeping cold and cough at bay. It can be used as a good expectorant to overcome such viral infections.
· It also has the quality to improve our digestive system by preventing diarrhoea, dyspepsia and other gastric problems.
· It can be very effective in treating skin problems like ringworms.
Constituents – The basic constituents of Myrrh Oil are a-pinene, cardinene, formic acid, acetic acid, cuminaldehyde, m-cresol and eugenol. These are not easily soluble stuffs and hence, the oil needs to be processed into one of lower viscosity by blending with other suitable oils.
Blends with – Myrrh Oil blends well with rose, jasmine, juniper and sandalwood oils that are popular for skin applications. It is also often mixed with ylang ylang and grapeseed oils for edible purpose.
|Product Code||SVA - 161|
|Botanical Name||Commiphora Myrrha|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation Process|
|Color & Odor||Pale Yellow to Amber in Color & Slightly Musty Smell|
|Country of Origin||Egypt|
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