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    Myrtle (Myrtus communis), also known as True Myrtle, Common Myrtle, Sweet Myrtle and Greek Myrtle, native to southern Europe and northern Africa, is found throughout the Mediterranean, as well as in some tropical and sub-tropical regions. It is an evergreen shrub or small tree in the family Myrtaceae, growing up to 5 meters in height, with star-like flowers have five petals and sepals. They have an exceedingly large amount of stamens. The fruit is a round berry, most commonly blue-black in color, containing several seeds. In late spring, Myrtle's beautiful flowers, with their slender, delicate stamens bursting from the centers, start to bloom and into the summer, sprinkling the bush with fragrant white clusters. The flower is pollinated by insects. The leaf is about 3 to 5 centimeters in length with a fragrant essential oil. The berries ripen in fall and early winter. The seeds are dispersed by birds that eat the seeds. Myrtle essential oil is obtained by extraction from the flowers and leaves.

    Myrtle was one of the symbols of the Three Graces, and a Victorian symbol of fidelity in marriage. Nymphs are often associated with the myrtle tree. One story relates that it was nymphs of the myrtle tree that gave humanity the arts of making cheese, bee keeping, and growing olives. Another relates how the nymph Daphne turned herself into a myrtle tree to escape being raped by Apollo. This could explain why the myrtle leaf is considered a symbol of protection.

    This attractive plant has been a symbol of innocence for many centuries. Myrtle was considered sacred to both Aphrodite and Demeter. Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of Love and Beauty, apparently found refuge in a Myrtle bush after she was created as a beautiful nude woman. This association with purity and chaste beauty becomes more apparent when one smells the clean, uplifting fragrance of Myrtle and the oil extracted from its flowers. In pagan and wiccan rituals it is associated with and sacred to Beltane (Mayday). Myrtle was used in wedding rituals in bouquets or as crowns of Myrtle as it was symbolic of love and immortality. In Jewish mysticism, the Myrtle represents the phallic, masculine force at work in the univers. For this reason Myrtle branches were sometimes given the bridegroom as he entered the nuptial chamber after a wedding. In Jewish liturgy it is one of the four sacred plants of Sukkot, the Feast of the Tabernacles. On the islands of Sardinia and Corsica it is used to produce a liqueur called Mirto. Historically it has been taken internally for urinary infections, digestive problems, bronchial congestion, and dry coughs. In India it is seen as a treatment for cerebral infections, most notably epilepsy. It has also been used at various times as an astringent, an antiseptic and a decongestant.

    PARTS USED: The leaves are used predominantly, but the whole plant can be utilized for different applications involving myrtle's pleasant scent. Myrtle essential oil is extracted by steam distillation of the flowers, leaves and twigs (stems) of the bush.

    TYPICAL PREPARATIONS: The leaves can be used as a tea, as well as cooking and grilling meats and vegetables. Used as firewood, it transmits a spicy aromatic flavor to whatever it is grilled over. The berries are edible but seldom eaten as they are quite bitter. The berries have been processed into jam, and at times been used as a substitute for black pepper. All parts of the plant can be used for a myriad of fragrant pursuits.


    The scent of Myrtle essential oil can have a clarifying, strengthening effect on the senses, helping to allay fear. The oil is also valuable for treating acute and chronic chest and lung ailments, such as bronchitis, sinus infections, colds and coughs. In addition, Myrtle oil acts as an antiseptic, an astringent and a deodorant and helps to both ease and eliminate infections of the urinary tract and skin. The oil can be used in an aromatherapy diffuser or simmer pot, applied topically (after proper dilution), or use in a humidifier.


  • Botanical Name: Myrtus Communis
  • Common Method Of Extraction: Steam Distilled
  • Parts Used: Leaves and Twigs
  • Note Classification: Top to Middle
  • Aroma: Fresh, Sweet, Camphoraceous
  • Largest Producing Countries: Tunisia, Spain, and France

  • TRADITIONAL USE: Utilized as a decongestant. It is also known for its drying properties.

    PROPERTIES: Anticatarrhal, antiseptic, astringent, bactericidal, expectorant, sedative, tonic.

    BENEFITS: Acne, asthma, bronchitis, colds, cough, congestion, flu, hemorrhoids, infections, insomnia, oily skin. To use as an expectorant, you may diffuse the oil in a blend, add it to a bath or inhalation, or make an ointment to apply to the chest at night.

    BLENDS WELL WITH: Bay, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Clary Sage, Clove, Ginger, Hyssop, Laurel, Lavender, Lime, Rosemary essential oils.

    OF INTEREST: Considered an emblem of love, myrtle branches have been used in wedding ceremonies.

    SAFETY DATA: Generally considered safe.

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    Myrtle oil is used for the treatment of acne, coughs, colds, bronchitis, sinus and urinary tract infections, muscle cramps, anxiety, stress, asthma, poorly healing wounds and insomnia. The components of myrtenol, geraniol and pinene are responsible for Myrtle oil's antibacterial, expectorant and anti-inflammatory properties. It also has cineol, myrtenyl acetate, linalool, camphene and borneol as it s main constituents. It can help treat many respiratory problelms when added to inhalations and rubs. Baths with a little Myrtle oil may ease bladder inflammations and the pain from hemorrhoids. It's stimulant properties can be supportive in hormone balancing such as hypothyroidism with thyroid hormone like effects and is a stimulant for the prostate and liver. It is excellent for skin care, particularly acne prone skin and used for treating blemishes, bruises, oily skin, and psoriasis, regulating the menstrual cycle (hormone imbalances in the ovaries), prostate conditions, cancer (prostate and breast) and used for headaches (using a drop of diluted oil on each temple).
    • Antiseptic: This property makes Myrtle Essential Oil a suitable application on wounds and ulcers. It does not let microbes infect the wounds.
    • Astringent: If used in mouthwash, it makes the gums to contract and fasten their hold on teeth. If ingested, it makes the tracts and muscles to contract. Further, it contracts and pulls up the skin and helps diminish wrinkles. It can also help stop hemorrhage by making the blood vessels to contract.
    • Deodorant: It drives away odor. It can be used in incense sticks, burners, fumigants and vaporizers as room fresheners as well as can be used as body deodorants and perfumes. It has no side effects such as itches, irritations or patches on skin and is not harsh on the skin either, if properly diluted.
    • Expectorant: This property of Myrtle Oil drives away phlegm, clears congestion of nasal tracts, bronchi and lungs resulting from cold and gives good relief from coughing.
    • Sedative: The essential oil of Myrtle relaxes and sedates. This property gives relief from tension, stress, annoyance, anger, distress and depression as well as from inflammations, irritations and allergies.
    • Nervine: It maintains stability of nerves and does not let you get nervous over small issues every now and then. It is beneficial against nervous and neurotic disorders like Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, shaking limbs, fear, vertigo, anxiety etc.
    • Aphrodisiac: Perhaps this is why this oil is related to Goddess Aphrodite. It works very well on problems such as impotency, frigidity, erectile dysfunctions, loss of libido etc.
    • Anticatarrhal: This makes it counter the accumulation of phlegm and catarrh in the respiratory tracts. This property also checks formation of mucus and gives relief from coughs and trouble in breathing etc.
    • Disinfectant: Myrtle Essential Oil inhibits infections, being a bactericidal, germicidal, fungicidal and antiviral. It also helps cure infections in stomach and intestines and helps stop diarrhea.
    • Other Benefits: It can be used for skin care and against hemorrhoids, acne or pimples, cystitis, infections in the urinary tract and chronic problems like leucorrhea etc. Effective against chest infections in babies and elderly people.

    Myrtle’s chemistry is very close to frankincense essential oil, so it is no surprise that it also has been studied for its anti-cancer benefits. According to a study by Brigham Young University Myrtle inhibited prostate and breast cancer cells along with Sandalwood at very low concentrations. Sandalwood essential oil ranked number one for inhibiting growth of breast cancer at 98.1 percent and Myrtle, second but very close behind at 95.2 percent.

    The ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) of Myrtle is 25,400 µTE/100 g. The ORAC tells you the antioxidant capacity for a food item, Antioxidants have shown to reduce the risk of age-related conditions and cancer. This was developed by the USDA researchers. For instance, Spinach has a ORAC value of 1,400 and Clove has an ORAC value of 1,078,700, meaning Clove has a much higher antioxidant capacity than Spinach.

    Blends Well With: Bergamot, Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Rosemary, and Thyme essential oils.

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    Myrtle oil's fresh, herbal scent facilitates breathing. It relaxes and strengthens the body and mind.
    Mix oils and try this blend in an aromatherapy lamp to create a gentle, soothing mood when you are feeling tense or fearful.

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    Massage oil containing Myrtle oil can promote blood flow through the tissues, creating a warming effect and helping to prevent cramps that may occur after exercise.
    Blend essential oils with carrier oil. Use to massage your sore muscles.

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    Myrtle oil can help stimulate connective tissue, firming and toning the skin.
      5 drops Myrtle Essential Oil

    Add essential oil to your bathwater.

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    Inhaling Myrtle oil may alleviate the discomfort caused by a stuffy nose and even help prevent colds from getting worse.
      2 to 3 drops Myrtle Essential Oil

    Several times a day, place a few drops of the oil on your sleeve or a handkerchief and inhale the scent deeply.

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    Antibacterial Myrtle oil helps to clear the air, especially in sickrooms.
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    Add oils to an aromatherapy lamp.

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    A toner with Myrtle oil may help heal acne.
    Mix essential oils with Witch Hazel. Apply as needed.

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    The next time you go to a sauna, try Myrtle oil.
      4 to 6 drops Myrtle Essential Oil

    Add Myrtle oil to a wet towel and take it into the Sauna with you. The fresh scent will help to enhance the relaxing effect and make breathing easier.

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    Inhalations with Myrtle oil are anti-inflammatory and relieve symptoms caused by infections. Use for frontal or paranasal sinus inflammations accompanied by pus
      4 drops Myrtle Essential Oil
      4 cups Hot Water

    Add the essential oil to a bowl of hot water and inhale the vapors for a few minutes. Repeat several times daily.

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    To treat painful ear inflammations, try this remedy.
      3 drops Myrtle Essential Oil
      2 tablespoons Olive Extra Virgin Carrier Oil

    Mix Myrtle oil with olive oil. Place 3 to 4 drops in each ear. Put tufts of cotton in your ear canals, and then put on a cap or headband to keep them in place. Leave the cotton in your ears overnight.

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    For relief from the itching and swelling of hemorrhoids.
    Blend essential oils with Witch Hazel cream. Apply to rectal area as needed.

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    Myrtle oil may help infections of the bladder and urinary tract.
      4 drops Myrtle Essential Oil

    Add Myrtle oil to warm bathwater, mixing it well, before you take a bath.

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    A chest massage oil containing Myrtle oil can help to relieve discomfort associated with the flu, colds, coughs and asthma.
    Mix Myrtle oil with carrier oil. Apply to the chest area as needed.

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    The fresh scent banishes fatigue. It traditionally has been used in aromatherapy for its elevating and euphoric aromatic properties. Myrtle oil helps to balance the male and female energies of the body by releasing anger and inner conflict. It will help those who feel suppressed or confused by life as well. Balancing the energies is important to becoming whole in our spiritual evolution. We are often taught to be one sided and avoid masculine or feminine traits. This creates an imbalance in our body is often manifests in our lungs / heart (respiratory) or the endocrine system (thyroid, hormonal imbalance). Myrtle oil opens the heart, throat and third eye chakras and corresponds with the color Blue. Dilute the oil in a 50:50 dilution (one part essential oil and one part carrier oil). Apply 2 to 4 drops on chakras points, directly inhale using a handkerchief or diffuse.


    There is little documented evidence to show that Myrtle is particularly dangerous, but caution should always be maintained when trying any new botanical.

    It is recommended that pregnant women should avoid myrtle. Pregnant women and epileptics should check with an aromatherapist before using Myrtle oil.

    Do not apply undiluted Myrtle essential oil directly to the skin. It can cause an allergic reaction, skin irritation and reddening, even in those who have normal skin. Always skin test a small amount of diluted essential oil first for sensitivity or allergic reaction.


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