Myrrh Oil

Myrrh  Oil

Myrrh Oil

  • Suitable for Vegans
  • GC/MS Tested
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Myrrh Oil 2.5ml

Ref: EMYR002
$7.79 (ex VAT)

Myrrh Oil 5ml

Ref: EMYR005
$12.29 (ex VAT)

Myrrh Oil 10ml

Ref: EMYR010
$21.51 (ex VAT)

Myrrh Oil 30ml

Ref: EMYR030
$55.06 (ex VAT)

Myrrh Oil 50ml

Ref: EMYR050
$87.52 (ex VAT)

Myrrh Oil 100ml

Ref: EMYR1
$160.19 (ex VAT)
2.5mls =(.0845oz), 5mls = (.169oz), 10mls =(.338oz), 30mls =(1oz), 50mls =(1.69oz), 100mls =(3.38oz), 250mls =(8.45oz), 500mls =(16.9oz), 1000mls =(33.8oz)

 

Genuine Commiphora myrrha: Antiseptic and healing. Good skin care oil, useful for treating chapped or mature skin. Try adding to massage oil, or our cream base to treat 'gardener’s hand'. Used in mouth wash. Given to Jesus as a precious gift.

Product Details
Product Details

Genuine Commiphora myrrha: Antiseptic and healing. Good skin care oil, useful for treating chapped or mature skin. Try adding to massage oil, or our cream base to treat 'gardener’s hand'. Used in mouth wash. Given to Jesus as a precious gift.

Additional Information
Additional Information

KOBASHI MYRRH OIL 100% Pure.

LATIN NAME: Commiphora myrrha

SOURCE: Steam distilled from resin collected from shrubs/small trees

CHARACTERISTICS: Over time it may get thicker and harder to get out of the bottle.


COLOUR: Amber

ORIGIN: Somalia/ UK distilled

AROMA: Exotic, woody, earthy, deep, warm, sweet, balsamic

QUALITIES: Antiseptic and healing. Good skin care oil, useful for chapped sore skin and eczema. You could try adding to a massage oil, or our cream base to treat 'gardeners hand', or to blend an anti-wrinkle cream.Was carried into battle in ancient times by Greek soldiers to treat battle wounds. Used in pharmaceutical and dentistry products including mouth wash. Listed in the British Herbal Pharmacopeia for mouth ulcers, Gingivitis and pharyngitis.

Given to Jesus as a precious gift and used in church to this day, although this was in the resin form. Advances in production and science have come along way since then.

Used as a fixative, it blends well with Frankincense, Benzoin, Cypress, Mandarin, Lavender, Patchouli, Sandalwood and the Spice oils.

A member of the Burseraceae family, it is a shrubby tree native to the red sea region, but growing wild throughout north east Africa. The tears are the resinous gum which is collected by making incisions into the bark. Organically grown: no pesticides or herbicides used collected from trees grown in the wild.

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