Would you like to learn more about myrrh essential oil? These 10 incredible myrrh oil uses will inspire you to incorporate myrrh oil into your daily routine!
10 Incredible Uses For Myrrh Essential Oil!
Myrrh essential oil was not only prized throughout history, but is considered a very valuable and beneficial oil today!
It especially pairs well with frankincense essential oil! You can read more about Amazing Frankincense Essential Oil Uses here!
Myrrh Essential Oil
I use myrrh oil on a regular basis and I am excited to share with you 10 of the benefits of myrrh!
Myrrh Essential Oil Benefits
1. Use Myrrh to soothe mouth and gum sores
Myrrh oil is very soothing and speeds the recovery of mouth and gum sores!
I use myrrh essential oil in my Antibacterial Mouthwash.
2. Use Myrrh for bad breath
Do you suffer from bad breath?
Swish myrrh or the Antibacterial Mouthwash and say goodbye to bad breath!
3. Use Myrrh for loose teeth
According to the Be Young Total Health Desk Reference, myrrh has traditionally been used to aid in the tightening of loose teeth!
My grandmother says that after swishing the antibacterial mouthwash (which contains myrrh) on a daily basis, that her teeth are not as loose as they were before!
4. Use Myrrh for meditation
Like Frankincense essential oil, Myrrh is an oil that I use in meditation blends as well as blends to diffuse while practicing yoga!
It is a very relaxing, calming oil that promotes clear thinking.
I use Myrrh essential oil in one of my meditation blends that is included in my book 100 Essential Oil Diffuser Blends!
5. Use Myrrh to support the lungs
Myrrh essential oil is great for supporting the lungs!
Use myrrh during cold and flu season for lung support!
According to JennScents Institute’s Introduction to Holistic Aromatherapy Course, Myrrh helps to expel mucus.
6. Use Myrrh to help minimize wrinkles & skin spots
This is a very popular use for myrrh!
Myrrh is an excellent skin care oil! Use it to minimize not only wrinkles but skin spots and dry skin as well!
Myrrh is one of the oils that I use in my Skin Tightening Facial Scrub!
7. Use Myrrh to soothe chapped and cracked skin and lips
As I stated above, myrrh is an excellent skin care oil!
Use it during the winter months to soothe dry and chapped skin and lips!
8. Use Myrrh for diarrhea
Kurt Schnaubelt in his book: Advanced Aromatherapy, recommends using Myrrh for diarrhea.
9. Use Myrrh for indigestion
According to JennScents, myrrh is a great digestive oil, making it great for indigestion, flatulence and cramping.
10. Use Myrrh for ringworm and athletes foot
I also love myrrh for assisting the body in ridding itself of ringworm and athletes foot.
Jennscents Institute discusses this historical use in their aromatherapy course as well.
I have personally used Myrrh for ringworm and it was very helpful!
Myrrh Essential Oil Uses
Do you enjoy using myrrh essential oil?
Do you have any additional uses to add to the above list?
Please leave a comment below!
I would love to hear your thoughts and experiences with myrrh!
If you would like to learn more about the amazing benefits of myrrh essential oil, as well as the history, origin, what myrrh smells like, and what myrrh looks like, etc., then please read this post containing additional information about myrrh oil!
Where To Buy Myrrh Oil
If you aren’t sure about where to get myrrh oil, or if you would like to check out the brand that I use, you can find it on my business website Healing Blends For Life.
Where to Buy at discounted prices!
If you are interested in learning how you can buy my preferred brand of essential oils at a discounted price check out my Essential Oil page!
I hope you enjoy myrrh as much as I do!
Disclaimer: The information provided on this site is for educational purposes only. I do not prescribe, diagnose or treat any medical conditions. Please consult your health care provider before implementing any of the information provided on this site.
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Any statements or claims regarding health benefits of foods, supplements or essential oils listed on this site have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease.