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Myrtle Essential Oil Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Myrtle Essential Oil
Glycemic Index / Load
Myrtle Essential Oil

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Myrtle Essential Oil Cures


Action of Myrtle Essential Oil

Nutrients in Myrtle Essential Oil

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Myrtle Essential Oil

Avoid its use during pregnancy and breast feeding.
Do not use in undiluted from.
It may cause Skin Irritation.
It is advisable to use this oil under the supervision of an experienced aromatherapist.
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Myrtle Essential Oil is extracted from the leaves and berries of the Myrtus plant.
It is made by steam distillation process.

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Materia Medica for Myrtle Essential Oil

Myrtle Essential Oil General

Myrtle Essential Oil is processed from Myrtus flowers, leaves and stem.
The Nervine action strengthens, stimulate and calm the nervous system. It relaxes the nerves and relieves Stress, Anxiety and combats Insomnia.
The aroma of this oil stimulates the sex hormones and uplifts the mood. It enhances the sexual potency.
It helps to stop excessive bleeding and speeds up the healing process. It strengthens and tightens the gums and prevents sagging of the skin. It treats symptoms of Premature Aging. Thus, acts as an Astringent.
Steam Inhalation of its vapors provides relief from Chest Congestion by eliminating the undesired build-up of Phlegm, thus, acts as an Expectorant.
The Antiseptic and Disinfectant properties restrain the growth of microbes, bacteria, and fungi.
Other uses include as a Deodorant.
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