Myrrh derived from an Arabic word for bitter, murr or maror, is the natural gum or resin that is extracted from a tree from the genus commiphora and species myrrha,
Myrrh has been regarded as one of the finest treasures of the Far East for thousands of years, starting from the Egyptian period to the Arabian spice trade era. In the 5th century BC, the Greek historian Herodotus described, in detail, how the Egyptians used myrrh for embalming bodies.
the myrrh hydrosol is produced during the process of steam distillation, steam is used to separate volatile oils, and water soluble compounds from the gum.
Myrrh Hydrosol is antimicrobial, astringent, antifungal, helps with circulation, is anti-aging, rejuvenates the skin, heals wounds and one of the best natural oral care.
It is the by-product of Commiphora myrrh essential oil production.
Myrrh has a long history of therapeutic use in the Indian Ayurvedic system of medicine where it is used to treat mouth ulcers, gingivitis and respiratory catarrh. In Chinese medicine, Somali myrrh is used to treat impact injury, incised wounds, menstrual block, and hemorrhoids, among other conditions. myrrh was a common analgesic and has been used to clean wounds and sores for more than 2000 years, until the European discovered the morphine.
- Toner / cleanser
- Oral mouth wash
- Body Mist