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(Myrtus Communis)

MYRTLEMyrtle is produced from an evergreen bush that grows around the Mediterranean. It is often helpful with allergies, because it adjusts the mind into tolerance of the psychological component (someone or something the person is irritated with). Its clarifying effects can help us gain insight. It can be very helpful in meditation.

Origin of Myrtle

Myrtle is majorly grown in Tunisia. This evergreen bush is grown around Mediterranean.

Properties of Myrtle oil

Myrtle acts as expectorant, antiseptic, astringent, tonic, strengthens meditation, balancing. It has a sweet pungent taste with drying effects.

Most common Uses:

It helps in clear thinking.
Helps in combating addictions
Helpful in meditation
Help in skin, can be used as cleanser or toner

It mixes well withBergamot, Lavender, Rosemary, clary sage and lime oils.

Warning: none
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