In mythology myrtle is sacred to Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty. Wreath of myrtle decorates the young brides during their wedding day. In ancient Egypt myrtle was associated with „another world“ (Otherworld), where served as a reminder of the eternal life of the soul.
Myrtle essential oil is transcendental and can be used to get connected with the souls of the dead or explore previous incarnations through the meditation or reading in the past lives. It is excellent when you work with dreams, divination and prophecy.
Essential oil of myrtle is a great mental healer and can be very useful when you face to trauma, fear, self-destructive tendencies and feelings of hopelessness.
Doctor Daniel Pénoël studied also its properties.
English name: Myrtle
Latin name: Myrtus communis
Country of origin: Australia
Ingredients (INCI): Myrtus Communis (Myrtle) Oil
Warning: Designated for use in the aroma lamps and diffusers and for the direct inhalation. Do not take internally. Do not apply undiluted to the skin. Keep away from children.
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