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Commiphora myrrha

Grounding. Rejuvenating. Purifying


Balsamic, bitter, long-lasting, resinous, rich, spicy.
Distinctive, rich, aromatic scent
Popular for skincare products
Assists with unwinding and recalibrating after a long day
Soothing, uplifting, revitalising and restorative. Said to assist those who feel stuck emotionally or

Used for over 3700 years. Highly esteemed as a perfume, incense and remedy. Used by Vedas and mentioned in the Koran for its use in religious ceremonies and cleansing. Extensively used by ancient Egyptians. Given to the Christ child at his birth and valued by the Jews and Greeks. Used by Tibetans and Chinese to treat nervous disorders. Used in the West for its drying , heating nature and for its opening, heating effect as well as stimulating the mind and fortifying the nerves.

Blends Well With (Essential Oils)
Cypress, Chamomile, Frankincense, Lavender, Mandarin, Mint, Patchouli, Pine, Sandalwood, Thyme and spicy oils

Crystal Associations/Combinations
Apatite, Clear Quartz, Tourmaline, Blue Goldstone, Opalite, Snowflake Obsidian

Chakra + Explanation of how the oil benefits the chakra
Grounding and brings feelings of stability
Helps one to move forward in life when feeling stuck

Source and Extraction
100% pure steam distilled

Country of Origin

Seek medical advice before use if suffering from any medical conditions or allergies.
Always conduct a patch test before using any new product.  
"Essential oils can be toxic to animals."

Consult with a qualified Aromatherapist or reputable essential oils company for dilution ratios for oils.

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