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Myrtle Essential Oil

Myrtle Essential Oil (Myrtus Communis)

$20.50 USD15 ml

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One thing you most likely don’t know is that the Myrtle flower is often used in wreath and garlands for weddings because it smells sweet and has a calming effect on people around it. Its essential oil is the same way except that it also helps with skin care and oral hygiene. If you have oily skin, this will tighten and dry it, great for teenagers. And as for oral hygiene, it also tightens your gums to make them healthier.

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Essential Oil Characteristics

The Myrtle essential oil has a pale orange or yellow liquid complexion with a fresh, clear sweet-herbaceous, camphoraceous scent which is similar to eucalyptus.

The essential oil blends well with lavender, lavandin, bergamot, clary sage, rosemary, hyssop, sage, bay leaf, laurel, ginger, lime, clove and other spice oils.

Myrtle essential oil has a thin consistency.

Principal Constituents

The Myrtle essential oil contains myrtenol, pinene, cineol, geraniol, linalool, camphene, among others.

Scent Profile

The Myrtle essential oil has a fresh, clear sweet-herbaceous, camphoraceous aroma.

Perfumery Note: Top/Middle

Strength of Initial Aroma: Medium

Botanical Name and Family

Botanical Name: Myrtus Communis

Family: Myrtaceae

Synonym: Corsican Pepper

Supplemental Facts

Serving Size: 1 Drop

Servings Per Container: 250

Amount Per Serving: % DV*

Daily Value (DV) not established

Myrtle Leaf: 60 mg

Country of Origin

The Myrtle essential oil is native to North Africa but it now grows naturally all over the Mediterranean region and is cultivated as a garden shrub in Europe.

Myrtle is mainly produced in Spain, Corsica, Tunisia, Morocco, former Yugoslavia, Italy and France.

 

History of Essential Oil

The berries and leaves of the Myrtle plant have been employed in treating diarrhea and dysentery. Dioscorides prescribed the herb for bladder and lung infections through an extract derived by macerating the leaves in wine.

Myrtle flowers and leaves were a major ingredient in ‘angle water’, which served as a skin care lotion in the 16th century.

Safety Data

Myrtle essential oil is Non-Toxic, Non-Irritant, Non-Sensitizing. Avoid during pregnancy.

Harvesting

The essential oil was cultivated, harvested and extracted from Albania.

The Myrtle essential oil is extracted from the leaves of the plant.

The essential oil is 100% pure & natural. Meaning, the essential oil comes from plants that are free from any kind of dilutions, chemicals or pesticides usage.

The extraction and harvesting methods focus on sustainability of the natural ecosystem, ensuring that the balance between human needs and nature’s bounty can coexist in harmony. We ensure that every essential oil sent to our customers are in its purest and natural form.

Method of Extraction

The Myrtle essential oil is extracted via Steam Distillation from the leaves of the plant.

The botanical material (Myrtus Communia) is placed in a still and hot steam. The aromatic molecules from the plant material are released as the hot steam excretes out the oils kept within the plant material. The molecules of these precious and volatile oils escape the plant and evaporate into the steam.

The temperature of the steam is carefully controlled to ensure that the plant material and the essential oil are not burned but is hot enough for the extraction of the essential oils out of the plant.

The steam which contains the essential oil passes through a cooling system to condense the steam into a liquid. The liquid substance which contains both water and the essential oil are separated. The essential oils are then stored in a dark and cool environment to maintain optimal potency levels and reduce oxidation.

Cemistry Testing

Using industry best practices, the Myrtle essential oil is tested with a Gas Chromotographic Spectrometer to ensure that correct beneficial compounds are at the essential levels required for a true therapeutic effect.

The essential oils must go through a meticulous quality assurance test to ensure that the essential oil has the right aroma, color and viscosity.

We only sell essential oils when they have met the required purity levels for therapeutic use.

Certifications

100% Pure and Natural: The plants are grown and processed to ensure they achieve industry leading purity levels and are 100% natural.

100% Pesticide-Free: Grown and harvested without use of harmful pesticides.

100% Pure: The therapeutic grade Myrtle essential oil contains no chemicals or dilutions.

View Certificate of Analysis for Myrtle

Aromatherapy Home Use:

Myrtle essential oil is predominantly used in eau-du colognes and toile waters. Myrtle essential oil is used in flavoring ingredients in seasonings and meat sauces, in combination with other herbs.

Myrtle is used as an antiseptic (urinary, pulmonary), anticatarrhal, astringent, bactericidal, balsamic, regulator, expectorant, and slightly sedative.

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Disclaimer

All information contained within this site is for reference purposes only and are not intended to substitute the advice given by a pharmacist, physician, or any other licensed health-care professional. Apollen products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health condition or disease.

Never use an essential oil undiluted unless advised by your health care provider and certified aromatherapist. Keep essential oils away from infants, children, and all pets.

While some of Apollen’s essential oils are medical food grade, we do not advise the use of essential oils for internal use unless they are prescribed by your health care provider and certified aromatherapist. Only your health care provider and certified aromatherapist can prescribe the proper dosage and usage. Please check with your health care professional and certified aromatherapist before ingesting any essential oils.

Additional Information

Weight 0.359 kg
Dimensions 16 x 12 x 6 cm

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