Improve blood circulation and general well-being
Botanical Name: Commiphora myrrha
Myrrh is the red-brown dried sap of the tree (Commiphora myrrha) which is native to Africa. Used in Chinese medicine, Myrrh is described as bitter and spicy and affects the heart, liver and spleen. Myrrh is used for rheumatic and arthritic problems, and has been shown to increase blood circulation and heart rate. Myrrh has also been used for symptoms associated with menopause, diabetes and obesity.
Instructions for use
Myrrh can be used both internally and externally. In Western medicine, Myrrh has been used as a powerful antiseptic and can be applied to abrasions and other minor skin ailments to speed up the healing process. Myrrh is also an effective mouthwash, preventing and fighting gum disease.
· Myrrh is not recommended for pregnant women or those suffering from excessive uterine bleeding.