Green myrtle is a shrub from the myrtle family originating from the Mediterranean. Myrtle essential oil has beneficial properties for our body and especially the skin. It is often used for hypothyroidism and is useful for respiratory and dermatological problems. Latin name: Mirtus communis L. Distilled part: leaves.
Precautions when using green myrtle essential oil:
Using Mirto Verde essential oil, also called Arraian, is quite simple, but you have to be careful. Despite the fact that it is not toxic, this essential oil can cause irritation in contact with the skin. Pregnant women and babies should not use this essential oil, except when using a diffuser. In case of asthma or epilepsy, consult a doctor before each use. Although the most common use is with a diffuser, all uses are approved.
Green myrtle essential oil can be nephrotoxic after ingestion of large doses over a long period of time.
Green myrtle essential oil can irritate the skin, so before applying it on the skin, it is recommended to dilute it in vegetable oil (20% of essential oil in 80% of vegetable oil).
Babies can use this essential oil by applying it to the skin, provided that it is very diluted and after consulting a doctor.
In the diffuser:
Pregnant women and babies over 3 months can take advantage of the properties of this essential oil through atmospheric diffusion.
Green myrtle essential oil contains several allergenic biochemical components:
Note: It is recommended to test the essential oil before use by pouring two drops into the elbow pit to check that there is no reaction after 24 hours.
In case of hypothyroidism:
Adults and teenagers: Orally: 1 drop on 1/4 sugar or 1 teaspoon of olive oil, 3 times a day, before each meal. After 3 weeks of use, you should take a break of 1 week.
USE OILS IN SYNERGY
Adults and adolescents: Orally: 2 drops of the following mixture in 1/4 sugar or 1 teaspoon of olive oil, 3 times a day, before each meal.
1 drop of clove essential oil
1 drop of black pepper essential oil
2 drops of green myrtle essential oil
After 3 years of age: 1 drop of green myrtle in 4 drops of vegetable oil on the chest, 4 times a day for 5 to 7 days.
GREEN MYRTLE OR WHITE EUCALYPTUS?
Green myrtle essential oil is effective in case of bronchitis, however, the best essential oil in these cases is white eucalyptus. For skin application: 1 drop of white eucalyptus in 4 drops of vegetable oil on the chest, 4 times a day for 5-7 days.
In case of rhinitis and sinusitis
After 3 years of age: Orally, 2 drops of essential oil of green myrtle in a neutral tablet, 3 times a day.
GREEN MYRTLE OR PINK GERANIUM?
Green myrtle essential oil helps fight wrinkles, but geranium oil is best for that purpose. Application to the skin: 1 drop of pink geranium in 4 drops of vegetable oil in the affected areas, 2 times a day for a maximum of 3 weeks. If necessary, take a one-week break after 3 weeks before re-use.
Against constipation and colds:
After 3 years of age, when applied to the skin, dilute 1 drop of essential oil of green myrtle in 4 drops of vegetable oil, apply on the back, spine and feet.
GREEN MYRTLE OR EUCALYPTUS RADIATES?
Although green myrtle essential oil can be effective in fighting constipation, essential oil Eucalyptus Radiata is even more efficient. Orally: 2 clean drops of Eucalyptus Radiata under the tongue or in an infusion (previously mixed in a teaspoon of honey or sugar), 4 times a day for 2 days. For inhalation, use 1 large inhalation directly from an open bottle, 4-6 times a day.
In case of insomnia and other sleep disorders:
After 3 years of age. Take a deep breath from the bottle before going to bed, repeat as many times as necessary.
Although green myrtle essential oil can be effective in the case of rhinitis or sinusitis, Eucalyptus Radiata essential oil is even more effective. Inhalation, after cleaning your nose with sea water, inhale 2 clean drops of Eucalyptus Radiate dripped into a tissue, five times a day, until you notice an improvement.
Adults: For skin application: 1 drop of essential oil in 4 drops of vegetable oil and massage
GREEN MYRTLE OR LABRADOR TEA?
Green myrtle essential oil is effective in case of sleep problems, but Labrador tea is the best option. For skin application: 1 drop of Labrador tea in 4 drops of vegetable oil, apply on the chest before bed. Repeat the procedure if necessary.
Other known uses of Green Myrtle
Myrtle verde essential oil can be used against various problems thanks to its anti-catarrhal, expectorant and antibacterial properties. You can replace green myrtle with other essential oils.
Green myrtle is effective, but it is better to use tea tree essential oil.
Orally dilute 2 drops of essential oil in a teaspoon of honey and let it melt in your mouth, 3 times a day until the pain disappears.
Clean up the environment
Green myrtle is effective, but it is better to use grapefruit essential oil to clean the environment.
For diffusion, pour the number of drops specified in the diffuser instructions into the tank. Diffusion cycles should not exceed 30 minutes.
Green myrtle is effective, but it is better to use Esclarea essential oil in case of amenorrhea.
For skin application: 1 drop of Esclarea in 4 drops of vegetable oil in the lower part of the stomach, 3 times a day for 1 week before the start of menstruation.
Green myrtle essential oil can be effective, but it is better to use bitter orange essential oil in case of oily skin.
For skin application: 2 drops in one dose of moisturizer. After 3 weeks, you should take a break of one week if you want to continue.
A dry cough
Myrtle verde essential oil can be effective, but in these cases it is better to use cypress essential oil.
Orally dilute 1 drop of cypress in a teaspoon of honey and let it melt in your mouth, 4 times a day until the cough disappears.
Green myrtle essential oil can be effective, but in case of a strong cough, it is better to use radial eucalyptus essential oil.
When applied to the skin: 1 drop of eucalyptus essential oil is radiated in 4 drops of vegetable oil, applied to the chest and upper back, 4 times a day for 5 days.
How to explain the effectiveness of green myrtle essential oil?
Green myrtle essential oil contains high levels of α-pinene, 1,8-cineole and limonene. These molecules give it the following properties:
Anti-catarrhal, expectorant, balsamic: α-pinene and 1,8-cineole, present in significant amounts in this essential oil, enable decongestation of the respiratory tract by diluting secretions and removing harmful microbes.
Astringent and tonic for the skin: myrtle essential oil strengthens the skin, narrows pores, prevents cracking, accelerates the healing of small wounds.
Hepatocyte stimulant: Green myrtle essential oil stimulates liver cells thanks to limonene, which is present in its composition. Limonene prevents fatty infiltration of the liver (penetration of lipids into the liver) by promoting the production of phospholipids. It assumes hepatoprotective function.
It makes sleep easier: the soothing properties of Green Myrtle essential oil allow you to fall asleep more relaxed.
Decongestant for veins and prostate: green myrtle essential oil regulates blood circulation in the body and prostate, which favors the proper oxygenation of cells.
Thyroid stimulant: Green myrtle essential oil stimulates secretion thyroid hormones .
Antibacterial: Green myrtle essential oil effectively fights bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus.
Antiviral: the presence of α-pinene and 1,8-cineole in this essential oil allows it to act as a protective barrier against viruses, slowing down their spread in our body.
How to recognize quality green myrtle essential oil?
All good essential oils of green myrtle must have the following characteristics:
Latin name: Mirtus communis l.
Botanical family: myrtle
Distilled part: leaves
Country of origin: France
α-pinene: between 45 and 68%
1,8-cineole: between 12 and 30%
Density at 20 ° C: between 0.870 and 0.895
Refractive index at 20 ° C: between 1,460 and 1,472
Optical rotation at 20 ° C: between + 12 ° and + 45 °
Flash point: + 36 ° C
Appearance: mobile and clear liquid
Color: pale yellow to pale green
Odor: progressive, rough and cineolate
Green, red or lemon: What is the difference between myrtle essential oils?
Myrtle is a shrub from the myrtle family that can reach a height of 2 to 3 meters and gives us different species that produce essential oils. Red and green myrtle have different compositions, and lemon myrtle is not part of the same botanical genus.