If Frankincense is the “King of oils”, then Myrrh is certainly in the royal court. Its use to improve the appearance of skin makes it a key ingredient in dōTERRA Salubelle and many other skin care products. Used historically in meditation and embalming, Myrrh continues to be a precious and important oil in any essential oil collection.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. Consult your doctor if pregnant or in treatment. Avoid eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
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Myrrh, or Commiphora myrrha, is native to Somaliland, where it has been harvested for generations.
Myrrh is native to regions in Africa and the Middle East and has been valued and prized since antiquity. Throughout history, Myrrh has been used for perfume, incense, and medicinal purposes.
Myrrh essential oil comes from steam distilling the resin of the small Myrrh tree. The tree has rugged, angled, thorny branches with few leaves. The resin comes from the tree’s sap, which hardens and dries into a glossy, amber-coloured resin that darkens over time. To release the sap from the tree, harvesters make a cut in the wood, which causes it to release the waxy sap or gum. These cuts are controlled to ensure that the trees remain healthy and can thrive for many years.
One of doTERRA's core sourcing principles is providing consistent, fair payments to producers – including prepayments. Here's how fair and on-time payments are helping our partners in Somaliland:
You will find your Quality ID on the bottom of doTERRA single essential oil bottles purchased after May 2016. The Quality ID will contain a series of six or seven numbers and one letter.