Myrrh Oil

‘- Supports the digestive and respiratory systems.
– It treats respiratory coughs, and shortness of breath.
– It is used for cystitis and dysmenorrhea.
– It is used to treat stomach and intestinal ulcers.
– It reduces anxiety and promotes energy and relaxation.
– It strengthens the hair roots and prevents hair loss.

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Indications:
– Supports the digestive and respiratory systems.
– It treats respiratory coughs, and shortness of breath.
– It is used for cystitis and dysmenorrhea.
– It is used to treat stomach and intestinal ulcers.
– It reduces anxiety and promotes energy and relaxation.
– It strengthens the hair roots and prevents hair loss.

Internal use:
Teaspoon per day.

External:
Applied in an aromatic and topical way.

Contraindications:
– Avoid taking it during pregnancy, as it may cause uterine contractions and may lead to miscarriage.
– Do not use bitter if you are taking blood thinners, such as warfarin, because bitter can reduce its effectiveness.

Side effects:
Some individuals may experience irritation or an allergic reaction when applying bitter oil.

Warning:

Please test the oil on a patch of skin before use.
People with sensitive skin should be careful.

Storage:
Keep in a cool dry place out of reach of children.

Additional information

Weight 0.25 kg