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The name "myrtle is also used for many other unrelated plants found commonly in the United States.

Myrtle essential oil is references to Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and as such promotes a loving and positive atmosphere in time of sadness and grief. When used with other essential oils, such as jasmine or neroli, Myrrh can transform any area into an romantic getaway.

Myrtle when used traditionally is a go to essential oil to keep the family healthy during cold and flu season when congestion is being past around. Keep this oil handy during colder season such as winter to help promote healthy airways and strong respiratory systems.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Aeroma Essential Oils are meant to be used for aromatherapy or for topical needs:

  • For aromatic and topical use only; avoid contact with eyes, keep out of reach of children; avoid direct sunlight after use
  • For recommended uses and recipes please click on the image below.

Inhalation (German Olfaction Method):

  • Apply 10-15 drops to your diffuser.

Oral (French Medical Method):

  • Consult your naturopathic/homeopathic doctor for specific dosage for internal application.

Dermal (English Massage & Touch):

  • Apply 2-5 drops directly on desired location.  


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