Item No. 3593 15ml
TIP 2: Myrrh can be helpful in the mouth with canker sores, and tooth and gum infections.
TIP 3: There is a reason the ancient women used myrrh as a cosmetic, since it can be helpful for wrinkles and chapped and cracked skin.
TIP 4: All you postpartum mommas who ended up with a stretch mark or two, you could always try rubbing a drop or two of myrrh on those spots and see if they can help fade them! And while you're at it, follow the traditions of the ancient women and anoint your newborn child's umbilical cord with myrrh.
TIP 5: There are several studies you can find on PubMed that show the work of researchers on myrrh and frankincense and their effect on various different types of cancer cells.
BONUS TIP: You can also try it topically on the thyroid and the adrenals to help with hypothyroidism.
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All information for education use only. I can not treat, diagnose or prescribe. All information is taken from the Essential Oil desk Reference.
PROPERTIES of Myrrh include: anti-oxidant, anti-tumoral, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic, analgesic, anesthetic, expectorant, and anti-spasmodic.
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