flash placeholder
  • The Best Aromatherapy
  • The Best Aromatherapy
  • The Best Aromatherapy
  • The Best Aromatherapy
  • The Best Aromatherapy
  • The Best Aromatherapy
  • The Best Aromatherapy
  • The Best Aromatherapy
  • The Best Aromatherapy
  • The Best Aromatherapy
  • The Best Aromatherapy

UPLIFTMENT IN A BOTTLE



CONTACT INFORMATION

Mary Kinlen, CMT, BA
mary@thefuturepharmacy.com
www.TheFuturePharmacy.com

Phone: 800-752-1280 or
951-787-4895

Fax: 800-752-1280

International:
Call 001-951-787-4895

For Bulk Orders:
Call or click here to submit bulk order inquiries.



MYRTLE ESSENTIAL OIL

Quick Overview

myrtle100% pure essential oil of Green Myrtle, steam distilled from the leaves of Myrtle bush, organically grown in Tunisia. This a a bright, fresh, very therapeutic distillation of Myrtle essential oil. Green Myrtle (rather than Red) is the preffered Myrtle variety for therapeutic essential oil applications.

Botanical Name: Myrtus communis

Also known as Corsican Pepper, the Myrtle tree is typically 3-7meters in height with reddish brown bark, pointed leaves and small white or pink flowers. Native to North Africa, the trees used for essential oil are cultivated in Corsica, Spain, Morocco, Italy and France.

Method of Extraction: Steam distilled

Parts Used: Leaves and twigs





Country of Origin: Tunisia

Cultivation Method: Wildcrafted

myrtleBlends Well With: Bay, bergamot, black pepper, clary sage, clove, ginger, hyssop, laurel, lavender, lime, rosemary.

Scent: Fresh, sweet, camphoraceous

About the Oil

This essential oil is of the communis variety (commonly referred to as 'green' Myrtle) and is revered in medicine because of its high 1,8 cineole content. Green Myrtle oil is also considered the most valued of the Myrtle varieties for use in aromatherapy as it has the most complex and pleasant aroma. The Myrtle Oil's aroma is thought to be elevating and euphoric; the oil is a pale yellow to orange liquid with a clear, fresh, camphoraceous, sweet herbal scent somewhat similar to Eucalyptus.

Aromatherapy Notes

A grassy lime-like top note, followed by a powerful eucalyptus, medicinal middle note and undertones of wood and dried leaves.

Traditional Uses

Historically, the leaves and berries have been used for 'drying and binding, good for diarrhea and dysentery. Dioscorides prescribed Myrtle for lung and bladder infections in the form of an extract made by macerating the leaves in wine. The leaves were also the primary ingredient of 'angel's water', a 16th century skin care lotion. Considered an emblem of love, myrtle branches have been used in wedding ceremonies.

Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

Antispasmodic, Aphrodisiac, Emetic, Narcotic, Sedative, Stimulant (liver).

Safety

Non-toxic, a non-irritant and non-sensitizing, Myrtle is a good choice for use with children.

To see Full Disclaimer, click here.

 

DISCLAIMER: THE FUTURE PHARMACY PRODUCTS
ARE FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.