|Botanical Name||Myrtus communis|
|Extraction Method||Steam distillation|
|Plant part used||Leaves|
|Aroma||Fresh camphor floral herbal odor|
The oil is extracted from flowers, stem and leaves using a steam distillation process.
Cineole, Myrtenol, Nerol, , limonene (23%), pinene (14%), myrtenol acetate, linalool (20%), cineol (11%), p-cymene, , methyleugenol, nerol, phenylpropanoid.
Also known by the common names of Myrtle, Lemon-scented myrtle, Roman myrtle essential oil and Lemon ironwood common myrtle essential oil, the extracted oil is pale yellow or yellow colored liquid with a intensely fresh lemon-like odor. Having a pleasant sweet-green undertone, the odor is cleaner & fresher in comparison to lemongrass oil and has no grassy-fatty notes. The extracted oil also blends well with other range of essential oils, thus helping in fortifying natural defense of body as well as providing effective treatment from colds, bronchitis and fever.
Astringent, bactericidal, expectorant, antiseptic, vulnerary and as decongestant. In aromatherapy applications, it is used for combating sore throats and coughs.
Blends Well With
Elemi, Bergamot, Eucalyptus, Atlas, Benzoin, Cedar Wood, Myrrh, Rose, Black Pepper, Frankincense, Neroli, Lavender, Jasmine, Ho Wood, Hyssop, Lemon, Clary Sage, Melissa, Lemongrass, Coriander, Rosewood, Ylang-Ylang oil.
The oil is highly beneficial for curing hypothyroidism, insomnia, bronchitis, coughs, respiratory tract ailments, sinus infection. Further, it is also useful for treating cases of diarrhea, dysentery, asthma, cystitis, dyspepsia, hemorrhoids, infections, hormonal imbalances, skin conditions like acne, blemishes, infectious diseases, pulmonary disorders, oily skin.
- Can cause sensitization and irritation
- Avoided during pregnancy and by people having very sensitive skin
- Weight: In different weight packaging options
- Material: Food Grade Silver Coated Aluminum Bottles
- Customization: As per client’s requirements