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Myrtle Essential Oil

NameMyrtle Essential oil

Scientific Name: Myrtus communis

Arabic Name: الآس نبات عطري

German Name: Myrtenbaum, Myrte

French Name: Myrte

 

Active Ingredients:

  • 1.8 Cineole
  • α-Pinene
  • β-Pinene
  • Limonene
  • Sabinene

 

Industrial Uses

  • Raw material for herbal pharmaceutical industries such as shampoo and soap manufacturing
  • Food industry

Therapeutic Properties

  • Positive effects on strengthening gums
  • Helpful for treating congestion and bronchitis

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