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Andes Organics Pure Myrtus Oil, 100 ml

Andes Organics Pure Myrtus Oil, 100 ml

Pure, organic, undiluted, cold pressed myrtus oil for use on skin, hair and scalp.  The health benefits of Myrtle Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties as an antiseptic, astringent, deodorant, expectorant and sedative substance.

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Benefits of Myrtus Oil

Myrtle oil has been extensively researched for its benefits on hormone imbalances, specifically of the thyroid and ovaries.  Myrtle possesses adaptogen properties, which may help regulate an underactive or overactive gland. This is why it is recommended for people suffering from hypothyroidism.

In skincare, myrtle essential oil is valued for its astringent properties. It can address oily skin, open pores, sagging skin, and acne. It is also used as a base for treating hemorrhoids because of its high tannin content.

People dealing with respiratory problems, including asthma, cough, and bronchitis, may benefit from myrtle oil because of its expectorant properties. This means that it can remove excess mucus from your respiratory tract. The oil is gentle enough and is particularly helpful for the elderly and children suffering from night-time coughs.

Myrtle oil may also help inhibit infections due to its antimicrobial properties. In a clinical study, it was shown that the oil could prevent the growth and development of five types of bacteria, including Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis, Salmonella species, and Listeria species. Myrtle also functions as an antiseptic and can be applied on wounds.

Myrtle oil also works for mental and emotional health, as it can help relieve nervousness and stress. As a sedative, it can provide relief from depression, tension, and distress, as well as inflammation and allergic reactions.

How Does Myrtle Oil Work?

Myrtle oil can be used in a number of ways. It can be inhaled, applied directly, or added to your food. If you’re interested, here are some ways to use myrtle oil:

  • Hemorrhoid treatment: Add 6 drops of myrtle oil to 30 grams (1 ounce) of cold cream and mix well. Apply several times a day until the swelling or pain subsides.
  • Acne treatment:  Bad cases of boils or white heads can be treated by using 10 ml (2 tsp.) of grape seed oil, 1 drop of wheatgerm oil, and 7 drops of myrtle oil.
  • Remedy for any respiratory ailment:  Diffuse the oil. You may also add 4 to 5 drops to your bath salts and mix with warm bathwater, or apply a diluted blend to your chest or back.
  • Deodorant:  Apart from being an effective skincare agent, myrtle can also ward off bad odor. Add diluted myrtle oil solution to water and use as spray.
  • Cure for insomnia:  You may diffuse, mix with bathwater, or apply a drop to the back of the neck and pulse points.
  • Calming agent:  If you’re experiencing stress or anxiety, you may use myrtle oil for its calming and relaxing properties.

If you’re thinking about blending myrtle oil with other essential oils, effective ones include lavander, lime, bergamot, lemon, hyssop, rosemary, and clary sage. Myrtle oil also blends well with spices.

Net content:  100 ml

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