Myrrh Oil – Top 10 Health Benefits and Uses of Myrrh Essential Oil



In this video, we will reveal the Top 10 Health Benefits and Uses of Myrrh Essential Oil.

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6. Fractionated COCONUT OIL (to dilute oil for safe topical use):

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Video Transcribed: Myrrh Essential Oil Benefits & Uses
Myrrh, one of the three oils the 3 wisemen brought to baby Jesus, is a resin that comes from a twisty tree that grows in desert areas.
The essential oil Myrrh is actually harvested by cutting into the tree trunk and steaming the sap.
That explains the high dollar price attached to a small bottle of Myrrh oil now doesn’t it!?
In this video we will give you the top 10 benefits of Myrrh and why you should invest in a bottle of this essential oil!
ONE: Anti-Bacterial and Anti-Fungal Benefits
Myrrh oil is beneficial in treating wounds and preventing infections. Use it for athlete’s foot, ringworm, and even acne.
TWO: Cancer Remedy
Researchers found that myrrh inhibited growth in eight different types of cancer cells, specifically gynecological and skin cancer.
THREE: Antioxidant
A study conducted on rabbits in 2010 showed that myrrh can protect against liver damage due to its potent antioxidant capacity.
FOUR: Anti-Parasitic
If you (or your pet) have a parasite, try ingesting myrrh oil in a vegetable capsule (or add to your pets food). Myrrh is known to kill parasites.
FIVE: Skin Health
Myrrh soothes chapped and cracked skin, prevents aging, and maintains healthy skin.
SIX: Relaxation
Add myrrh with a carrier oil (such as fractionated coconut oil) for a relaxing massage that decreases stress.
SEVEN: Prevents Gum Disease and Most Infections
Due to anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, myrrh can treat and prevent gingivitis and mouth ulcers by using myrrh oil as a mouthwash and toothpaste.
EIGHT: Digestion
Myrrh oil is helpful in improving digestion, upset stomachs, diarrhea, and indigestion.
NINE: Treat Ulcers and Wounds
Myrrh oil increases white blood cell function which results in significantly improving the healing time of cuts and ulcers.
TEN: Treat Hypothyroidism
Add 3 drops of Myrrh oil onto your thyroid daily to improve a low functioning thyroid.
Have you ever used myrrh oil before? What is your favorite use for myrrh? Share with us in the comments below!

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