Myrtle, Green Essential Oil CORSICA
Can be great for asthma, expectorant, anti-spasmodic, and skin tonic
- Country of Origin:Corsica
- Plant Parts:Leaves
- Cultivation Method:Demeter
- Note Classification:Top/Middle
- Method of Extraction:Steam or Hydro Distillation
- Botanical Family:Myrtaceae
- Chemical Family: Monoterpenes, Oxides
- Extraction Date: Summer 2021
- Approx. Shelf Life: 6 years
- Batch: greenmyrcor
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Traditional Use of Myrtle, Green CORSICA
- Myrtle berries were nibbled as a breath freshener in ancient Greece
- The wood of myrtle as well as the leaves were used in cooking fires to add the food in areas of Sardinia and Italy.
- Myrtle leaves were macerated in wine to treat infections and fevers in Ancient Egypt. It was also used to treat nervous afflictions by the Egyptians.
- Myrtle wine was also used to treat urinary and respiratory infectio
- The roots and bark of Myrtle were used to tan leather in Russia.
- Women drank tea made from crushed myrtle leaves to preserve the youthfulness of their appearance and their overall vigor in France
- It has long been viewed by traditional healers as a useful herb for diabetes in the Middle East.
Energetics and Chakras4th Chakra - unconditional love, 6th Chakra - perspective, Balancing, Clarity, Expansive, Protective, Purifying, Uplifting
Energetic, Spiritual, and Emotional Qualities of Myrtle, Green CORSICA
Therapeutic Benefits of Myrtle, Green CORSICAAnalgesic, Anti-allergenic, Anti-asthmatic, Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal, Anti-histamine, Anti-infectious, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-oxidant, Anti-spasmodic, Anti-viral, Cephalic, Expectorant, Immuno-stimulant, Mucolytic, Tonic
Aroma-Chemistry of Myrtle, Green CORSICA
Aroma of Myrtle, Green CORSICACamphoraceous, Fresh, Herbaceous, Slightly floral, Soft
Recipes and Blends
5 drops Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
5 drops Carrot Seed (Daucus carota)
Blends Well With...Angelica Root Essential Oil, Frankincense frereana Essential Oil, Cajeput Essential Oil
Safety Information for Myrtle, Green CORSICA
No known safety issues associated with this oil. However, it may antidote homeopathic remedies. Not to be used with babies or children under 5 years old. Can be fantastic for asthmatics, but care must be taken.
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