Myrtle is an ancient essential oil with properties similar to Frankincense oil. It was mentioned several times in the bible under its Hebrew name, Hadassah. Ancient Greeks valued Myrtle oil because of its varied medicinal purposes.
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Myrtle oil helps promote normal respiratory system function, even in children who are sensitive to many other oils; in fact, it shares many aromatic properties with Eucalyptus Radiata and Eucalyptus Globulus oils. Myrtle oil is also used to alleviate minor skin irritations. Mentally, it helps release feelings of anger or inner conflict, replacing them instead with a sense of accomplishment and peace.
• Add 6 drops of Myrtle oil to 1 oz of Améo Fractionated Coconut Oil or cold cream and apply as needed to minor skin irritations
• Apply 1-2 drops of diluted Myrtle oil to the face to balance and revitalize skin and reduce excessive oil
• Diffuse Myrtle oil in an Améo diffuser to help promote normal respiratory function
• Mix 2 drops of Myrtle oil with 2 drops of Améo Fractionated Coconut Oil and apply to temples to relieve pressure
• Rub 1-2 drops of Myrtle oil into palms and inhale to help relax the mind and dismiss feelings of nervousness
ORIGIN / EXTRACTION PROCESS
The botanical used to create this oil was grown in Tunisia, and it was extracted by steam distillation.
Améo Myrtle oil should be used for aromatic, topical, and dietary supplement use only. If pregnant or under the care of a physician, consult your medical practitioner prior to use. Améo Myrtle oil is considered generally safe for use with children aged 2 and above. If any reaction or adverse effect occurs, discontinue use. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.