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Myrtle

Myrtus communis | Essential Oil
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$17.00

Myrtle Essential Oil (Myrtus communis) is also commonly known as Myrtus or Common Myrtle. Myrtle Essential Oil has a medium‐strength sweet and fresh aroma presenting a top‐middle fragrance note.

Myrtle Essential Oil is part of the Rocky Mountain Oils Wellness collection. Myrtle oil is gentle enough for children and great to add to any beauty routine, especially for those with oily complexions. Myrtle Essential Oil also has a deodorizing effect. Diffuse or use in an aroma inhaler while meditating to aid insight.


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Customer Reviews

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Myrtle
I am new to essential, but I can tell I am going to love mixing this oil. Myrtle has a mild medicine strong green woody smell. I think it will be perfect for some of the plans I have...
May 8, 2017
I'm so excited to try
I'm so excited to try this as a replacement for eucalyptus for babies! It smells lovely.
November 7, 2014
love it!!!!
love the smell and love how it works
March 11, 2015
Strong!
Seems very potent! Less is more in a diffuser!
March 10, 2016
Extremely pleased with the products
Extremely pleased with the products
December 29, 2016
very different smell
i am new to oils and I did not care for the smell of this. I would mix it with something else to make it smell better. Also I read it is not safe for children under 6 so I will not be using this anytime soon i guess.
June 23, 2016
Leaky
Order 100 order this week, oils arrived wrapped nicely but oil was all over the box and bottles. Caps appeared tight left several messages but finally got a response after a Facebook post with a ten dollar credit
April 8, 2016
Myrtle
Myrtle
February 19, 2015
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Rocky Mountain Oils Store
very gentle. love it!
Lauren on May 17, 2017
my husband's thyroid
Susan G on Apr 24, 2017
very gentle. love it!
Lauren on May 17, 2017
I use this oil periodically during the cold flu season as a preventive. I also alternate it with eucalyptus if I am sick with respiratory symptoms
Kathie W. on May 4, 2017
my husband's thyroid
Susan G on Apr 24, 2017
Myrtle is an adaptogen and works with any oil you put it with to help them work better
Barbara T on Apr 22, 2017
I read about the healing properties of myrtle and wanted to try it.
Matthew G on Apr 14, 2017
To help balance thyroid Levels
Debra M on Apr 12, 2017
I chose this essential oil due to its health benefits.
Vicki W on Apr 10, 2017
Personal use.
Michelle S on Apr 7, 2017
I use this oil periodically during the cold flu season as a preventive. I also alternate it with eucalyptus if I am sick with respiratory symptoms
Kathie W. on May 4, 2017
Myrtle is an adaptogen and works with any oil you put it with to help them work better
Barbara T on Apr 22, 2017