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Myrrh: Magical Spice For Hairfall And Emotional Blockages

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Myrrh due to its astringent qualities can halt hair loss and regulate blood circulation. Myrrh essential oil is very harmonizing and balances the spiritual world with the material. It opens up people to receive love, overcome fear of separation and death, removes emotional blocks and anchors one spiritually. It eliminates toxic excess during sleep.

Myrrh is a resin that is extracted from the bark of Commiphora tree, and is associated with incense and gold in the Christian tradition. It is mentioned as one of the gifts brought by the Magi for Baby Jesus. Apart from its obvious use in religious ceremonies, it has many beneficial and healing properties.

Myrrh Beneficial Properties

Myrrh is well-known for its therapeutic action, astringent and antiseptic properties that can be used for healing. The paste of myrrh was used since ancient times as a natural remedy to soothe wounds sustained from a battlefield. In Egypt, it was used in embalming and women also used it as an anti-aging product, still followed in certain African and Arabian countries.

It can fight against microbial infections like fever, cough and cold. Unlike antibiotics, it does not have side-effects or cause damage to the liver or digestive tract

Myrrh Essential Oil

  • Myrrh essential oil can be an excellent natural cosmetic for skin and hair.
  • It’s excellent astringent qualities combats hair loss and controls the flow of blood.
  • The essential oil of myrrh is very harmonizing.
  • It serves to balance the spiritual world with the material, giving us strength and optimism.
  • It especially helps people who are afraid to reveal their feelings.
  • It helps people to receive energy and love from others.
  • It helps overcome the fear of death and the pain of separation.
  • Myrrh is the queen of removing one’s emotional blocks and helps anchor us spiritually.
  • It encourages us especially during sleep to eliminate all excesses.
Daniela Marrone
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Daniela S. Marrone is a fully qualified aromatherapist, science skincare formulator who graduated from Oxford college and with a Licentiate from National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA). She is currently studying herbal medicine.She is always passionate of everything that is natural and this has led her to embark on my journey to one of the branches of complementary medicine, in her opinion, truly deserves to be discovered. The aromatherapy and herbs promote through the volatiles of aromatic plants, holistic psychological health, mental health and well-being.

Daniela Marrone
Star Expert

Daniela S. Marrone is a fully qualified aromatherapist, science skincare formulator who graduated from Oxford college and with a Licentiate from National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA). She is currently studying herbal medicine.She is always passionate of everything that is natural and this has led her to embark on my journey to one of the branches of complementary medicine, in her opinion, truly deserves to be discovered. The aromatherapy and herbs promote through the volatiles of aromatic plants, holistic psychological health, mental health and well-being.

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Akshay Patel
Akshay Patel 5pts

could anyone give me d ayurvedic name for myrrh

Akshay Patel
Akshay Patel 5pts

then could anyone tell me d ayurvedic name for myrrh

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

Thanks for sharing. Sorry for the error

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

oh sorry for the error! :) thanks for sharing! :)

Gilda Lee
Gilda Lee 5pts

Myrrh oil is Not Frankincense. It is 2-different oils. Health stores carry both of them

Akshay Patel
Akshay Patel 5pts

what is d Indian name of myrrh oil or Ayurvedic name

Pavani Sri
Pavani Sri 5pts

Where myrrh is it . I want this oil

CarolMatousek
CarolMatousek 5pts

Hi , how can I use Myrrh to combat thinning hair & lose ?