Aura Cacia, 100% Pure Essential Oil, Myrtle, Elevating, .5 fl oz (15 ml)
By Aura Cacia19 Reviews
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0.17 lbs (0.08 kg)
- Product Code: AUR-91291
- UPC Code: 051381912918
- Package Quantity: .5 fl oz (15 ml)
- Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 2.9 in, 0.1 lbs (0.05 kg)
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- Pure Aromatherapy
Aroma Sweet, Camphorous
Myrtle has a sweet, penetrating scent. The oil is used in skin care applications to alleviate oily skin and enlarged pores. It helps cleanse the emotions and release addictive behaviors.
Waft open bottle under nose.
18 drops myrtle, 1 oz water in a mister.
Myrtus communis (myrtle) oil
Caution: If pregnant, suffering from any medical condition, or taking medication, consult a health care practitioner before use.
Avoid eyes and mucous membranes
Dilute properly · May irritate skin
Not for internal use
Keep out of reach of children.
iHerb Customer Reviews
I have done a little reading about the benefits of myrtle oil for thyroid conditions, and since it sounded like it could also benefit my skin and other conditions, I decided to try it out. I've been using it for a couple of weeks. Yesterday at an appointment with my health practitioner, I learned that myrtle has been helpful to my thyroid. So that's good. I use it not by itself but in combination with a supplement called Thyroid Energy. And also I follow a very clean diet, am careful about sleep, and employ some detox practices. I think health takes concerted effort. I was told yesterday I could stop taking my prescription for natural thyroid hormone. I have been using the myrtle oil topically, as I read somewhere. Twice a day or more if I feel like it, I apply a drop to the base of my throat. The smell is nice. It reminds me vaguely of lavender and eucalyptus.