Bog Myrtle 100% Essential Oil

Bog Myrtle 100% Essential Oil
Bog Myrtle 100% Essential Oil Bog Myrtle 100% Essential Oil
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Bog Myrtle - Myrica gale

Bog Myrtle is useful for sensitive skin and acne, and helping to delay skin-ageing. It is also known as a traditional remedy for stomach aches, fever, bronchial ailments and liver problems. It is a particularly effective insect repellent and has proved to be extremely useful against midges. Use diluted for oily skin, open pores and acne, particularly useful for those with sensitive skins. Bog Myrtle is also one of the major ingredients of Blooming Oils' blends - Bug Off (Midges and Mosquitoes), No Fly Zone  and Equine No Fly Zone (equine fly spray).

Uses

Use Bog Myrtle in a vaporizer to keep room free from midges. Used in a steam-based diffuser it can help ease stomach aches, fever, bronchial ailments and liver problems. Dilute to 1% or less in a carrier oil for oily skin, open pores and acne. It is particularly useful for anyone with a sensitive skin.​

Origin

Europe

CAS

Note

Middle

Plant Part

Blossoms, leaves and twigs

Folk Names

Sweet Gale, Dutch Myrtle, Sweet Willow

Aromatic Scent

Clear, fresh, camphoraceous, sweet herbaceous scent

Folk Powers

Astral travel, lucid dreams, walking between worlds

Blends Well With

Lemon, lime, juniper and other resinous oils

Extraction Method

Steam distillation

Emotions

Considered useful in loosening bonds and meditation, it has also been used to enhance the clarity of dreams

Contraindications

Allegedly, gale also contains toxic flavonoid glyco­sides. Like most plants in the Hama­melididae subclass, gale is rich in bitter tannins. Never ingest

Active Ingredients

ß-Caryophyllene, ß-Myrcene, (+)-Limonene, d-Cadinene a-Caryophyllene, a-Phellandrene, Gremacrone, y-Elemene, a-Cadinol, a-Selinene, p-Cymene, (E)- ß-Ocimene, a-Longipinene, (Z)-ß-Ocimene, Selin-11-en-4-ol, (E)-Nerolidol, Caryophyllene oxide, 1,8-Cineole, a-Bisabolol.

Properties
Emotional Properties Considered useful in loosening bonds and meditation, it has also been used to enhance the clarity of dreams
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Botanic Name Myrica gale
Contraindications Allegedly, Myrica gale also contains toxic flavonoid glycosides. Like most plants in the Hamamelididae subclass, gale is rich in bitter tannins. Never ingest
Plant Part Blossoms, leaves and twigs
Extraction Method Steam Distillation
Description Bog Myrtle is useful for sensitive skin and acne, and helping to delay skin-ageing. It is also known as a traditional remedy for stomach aches, fever, bronchial ailments and liver problems. It is a particularly effective insect repellent and has proved to be extremely useful against midges. Use diluted for oily skin, open pores and acne, particularly useful for those with sensitive skins.
Uses Use Bog Myrtle in a vaporizer to keep room free from midges. Used in a steam based diffuser it can help ease stomach aches, fever, bronchial ailments and liver problems Dilute to 1% or less in a carrier oil for oily skin, open pores and acne. It is particularly useful for anyone with a sensitive skin.
Consistency Resinous
Aromatic Scent Clear, fresh, camphoraceous, sweet herbaceous scent
Active Ingredients Bog Myrtle is rich in terpenes, but of varying composition. Main components are α pinene, 1,8 cineol, myrcene and limonene; β cadinene, 11 selinene-4 ol, β terpinene, p cymene, caryophyllene, 4,11 selinadiene, β elemenone, germacrone and others are reported.
Cautions Essential oils can be powerful so to avoid all risks do not use during pregnancy. Keep away from clothing or articles which may be affected by oil based products. Use sparingly and no more than 4 times per day. The information provided in these areas are for educational purposes only. Do not consider this information to be accurate or complete. We do not offer this information to diagnose or cure any disease or ailment, and it does not constitute medical advice of any kind.
Properties In folklore considered useful for Astral travel, lucid dreams, walking between worlds
Essential Oils
Origin E.europe
Note Middle
Strength of Aroma Strong
Blends Well With Lemon, lime, juniper and other resinous oils

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