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High quality refined  Myrrh Essential Oil

  • High quality refined  Myrrh Essential Oil
  • High quality refined  Myrrh Essential Oil
  • High quality refined  Myrrh Essential Oil
  • High quality refined  Myrrh Essential Oil

High quality refined Myrrh Essential Oil

    Payment Type: L/C,T/T,Paypal,Money Gram,Western Union
    Terms of Trade: FOB,CFR,CIF,EXW
    Min. Order: 1 Kilogram
    Delivery Time: 7 Days
    Packaging: Plastic barrel and Aluminum bottle
    Productivity: 10000000000KG/YEAR
    Brand: ZX
    Transportation: Ocean,Land,Air
    Place of Origin: China
    Supply Ability: 10000000000KG/YEAR
    Certificate: ISO9001,SC,FDA
    HS Code: 3301299999
    Port: GuangZhou,Shenzhen

Basic Info

Model No.: ZX-002

Product Description

Wholesale latest high quality refined 100% Pure Plants Extracts Myrrh Essential Oil

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Wholesale latest high quality refined 100% Pure Plants Extracts Myrrh Essential Oil

myrrh oilmyrrh oilIntroduction: Myrrh is tree resin that has been used and valued since ancient times for its medicinal,cosmetic,aromatic and spiritual applications. Myrrh oil is steam distilled directly from myrrh resin and myrrh essential oil smells more pleasant than the resin.

Function:

1)Spice : Toothpaste, mouthwash, chewing gum, bar-tending , sauces


2)Aromatherapy: Perfume, shampoo, cologne, Air Freshener


3)Physiotherapy : Medical treatment and health care


4)Food : Beverages, baking, candy and so on


5)Pharmaceutical : Drugs, health food, nutritional food supplement and so on


6)Household and daily use: Sterilization, anti-inflammatory, drive mosquito, air-purifying , disease prevention




Essential oil 3

Essential oils are derived from sections of plants. Some plants, like the bitter orange, are sources of several types of essential oil.

Flowers Bark
Chamomile Cinnamon
Clary sage Berries
Clove Juniper
Jasmine Peel
Lavender Bergamot
Marjoram Grapefruit
Orange Lemon
Lime
Pelargonium (Scented geranium) Orange
Rose Tangerine
Ylang-ylang Resin
Leaves Frankincense
Basil Myrrh
Cinnamon Rhizome
Common sage Ginger
Eucalyptus Seeds
Lemon grass Anise
Oregano Cumin
Patchouli Flax
Peppermint Nutmeg oil
Pine Woods
Rosemary Agilawood
Spearmint Camphor
Tea tree Cedar
Thyme Rosewood
Wintergreen Sandalwood


The uses for essential oils (both for health and emotions) are vast and diverse. As human residents of planet Earth, hardly a moment goes by when we are not reminded of our dependance on plants and their uses for oxygen, food, clothing, building.

But in their essential oil form, they can offer some unique properties:

  • Supporting the respiratory, digestive, or other systems
  • Nurturing cell function
  • Encouraging balance in the hormones
  • Relieving stress and balancing emotions
  • Replacing chemical cleaners naturally
  • Replacing synthetic deodorant, perfumes, etc


And a ton more...

What are essential oils?

The essential oils are the aromatic, natural chemical compounds extracted from various parts of a plant: leaves, flowers, stems, roots, bark, etc. They are in such a potent form that a single drop of essential oil can equal multiple teaspoons of the dried herb (for instance, 1 drop of peppermint oil equals more than 25 cups of peppermint tea and oils can be up to 70x more potent than their dried herbal form). This means less is more.


The widely usage of essential oils: