100% Certified Organic Myrrh
Myrrh has been used in perfumes, incense, and embalming, and, as a symbol of suffering, was one of the three key gifts offered to the infant Jesus by the three wise men. Myrrh is one of the oldest known medicines and was extensively used by the ancient Egyptians. It is an excellent remedy for mouth and throat problems, with a drying, slightly bitter, taste, and it is also useful for skin problems.
Follicular conjunctivitis; as an eyewash at the onset of styes.
Acute periodontitis, topically.
Acute aphthous stomatitis with painful inflammation.
Acute early stages of herpes, topically.
Acute sinusitis with ulcerations (as a nasal spray).
Intrinsic humid asthma with moist cough.
Acute hot dry bronchitis in aged with secretions.
Chronic bronchitis with profuse secretions and debility.
Chronic cough with debility
Chronic cystorrhea w/ out active inflammation, in exhausted, feeble states.
Chronic cystitis/ urethritis without active inflammation.
Chronic nephritis without active inflammation.
Gastroenteritis with mucus hypersecretions.
Ulcers, subacute or chronic, not inflamed but congested.
Decubitus, recuperative (externally).
Skin ulcers on oily, moist surfaces (exernally).
Endometritis/ metritis, with fever and with senescent neutrophils or immunosuppression (with Baptisia and Echinacea).
Acute vaginitis (internally).
Blood serum levels: white blood cell depression, any cause (w/ Echinacea).
Endogenous infecions, with depressed WBC.
Cancer, immunosuppression from therapy; or immunosuppression with marked WBC depression (with Echinacea).
To stimulate innate immunity. Immunosuppression, recent, from stress (with Echinacea).
Leukopenia (with Echinacea).
Andrew Chevallier. DK Publishing. (2016). Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine (3rd ed.). New York, NY. 85.
Michael Moore. Southwest School of Botanical Medicine. (1997). Specific Indication for Herbs in General Use [Pamphlet]. Brisbee, AZ: Author. 17.