Myrrh, although not included in the list of pharmacopoeial plants and not part of official medicine in our country, but is recognized as a valuable traditional medicine in numerous countries. Myrrh essential oil is used as an aid in the treatment of various diseases, including problems of the skin.
Myrrh oil is known for its ability to promote rapid healing of wounds and ulcers. Its resin has antibacterial, antifungal and healing effects, as well as a pronounced anti-inflammatory and soothing effect. Due to its positive effect on the nervous system, myrrh oil is also used in the complex treatment of depression.
Infusions and extracts of myrrh are used to improve the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract. Myrrh resin is used to treat various colds and infectious diseases, relieves coughs and promotes coughing, and has a calming effect.
In gynecology, myrrh tincture can be used to reduce menstrual pain. Balms and creams based on myrrh resin show good results in dermatology, where they are used to treat and prevent various skin diseases.
It is also worth noting that myrrh essential oil is known for its antifungal, antiseptic and anti-allergic effects.