Myrrh is a member of the family Burseraceae. It is native to the country South Africa, but some sources even say that is it is from Egypt and some from India. The tree is also known as herbol hyrrh or African myrrh. The dilution is obtained by the process of the solvent extraction and it has mixture of smoky and musk-like fragrance. It is also known to be very beneficial as it contains remedy for various skin problems and also acts as an anti-septic. The dilution comprises of selinene, margaric, arachidic, azulenol, behenic and pamitic.
|Product name||:||Myrrh Oil 3% Dilution in Jojoba Oil|
|Scientific Name||:||Commiphora myrrha, Simmondsia chinensis|
|Country of Origin||:||according some sources India and Egypt|
|Colour||:||The color is between clear to yellow. It has a earthy musk like fragrance.|
|Extraction Method||:||By solvent extraction|
The myrrh oil has a musky aroma that is very soothing which is why it is used in meditation for increasing concentration and relaxation as well as in the perfume industry. It is also used to comfort the respiratory system. You can rub few drops of the oil on the chest for instant results.
The oil is blessed with the antiseptic property; therefore it can be applied on wound, cuts and big injuries for instant relief and healing. It can also help in treating the ones who are diagnosed with the hay fever and it will further increase the healing process.