Myrrh Essential Oil

Marnys Myrrh Essential Oil

Myrrh Essential Oil

Recommended for its bitter yet pleasant flavour

Myrrh Essential Oil (Commiphora abyssinica) is extracted by steam distilling myrrh resin.

AA038 - Myrrh Essential Oil

Myrrh Essential Oil (Commiphora abyssinica) is extracted by steam distilling myrrh resin.

MARNYS® Myrrh Chemotyped Essential Oil (Commiphora abyssinica). Extracted by steam distilling the resin.

MARNYS® essential oils are obtained by selecting the best of each plant, using the best extraction method.

These essential oils have distinctive characteristics and unique scents.

At MARNYS®, we use 100% pure and natural essential oils.

INGREDIENTS

MYRRH Essential Oil (Commiphora abyssinica gum-resin oil).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. Store in a cool, dry place, away from light. Keep out of the reach of children.
 

HOW TO USE

Always dilute one to two drops in 250 g of food or drink (juice, herbal tea, salad, etc.). Maximum once a day.

PRESENTATION

15 ml bottle

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21.25 €
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