Myrtle Oil can be spotted as a pale yellow liquid that has an excellent fresh smell coming from a sweet-green undertone. The odor of the Myrtle oil is quite clean and fresh when compared to the lemon grass oil. The oil has an excellent nature of blending with the whole range of oils and extracts. Myrtle can provide people with a fortification against all sorts of virus and infections. Common Name:
Lemon-scented myrtle, Lemon ironwood common myrtle essential oil, roman myrtle essential oil, Myrtle, Sweet verbena tree.Blends With:
Bergamot, Eucalyptus, Cedar Wood, Black Pepper, Frankincense, Myrrh, Rose, Neroli, Ho Wood, Hyssop, Lavender, Jasmine, Lemon, Lemongrass, Coriander, Clary Sage, Melissa, Rosewood, Ylang-Ylang oil, Atlas, Benzoin, Elemi. Constituents:
Myrtenol, myrtenol acetate, linalool (20%), limonene (23%), pinene (14%), p-cymene, cineol (11%), , nerol, phenylpropanoid, methyleugenol.Uses:
Myrtle oil has a fast action when it comes to the fortification of the natural defense and immunity of the body. Besides, Myrtle oil is an excellent agent for reliving stress and tensions. In the recent times Myrtle oil has been proved to effectively treat thyroid related problems together with fast acting antiseptic properties that have been highly effective in the medication of skin wounds.