Valley of the Moon

Green Myrtle Essential Oil Wild Crafted


Botanical name Myrtus communis  / Wild/Morocco
Myrtle is considered the sacred plant of the goddess Aphrodite. A sweet, camphor like, green, herbal scent similar to Sage and Eucalyptus. Supports clear sinus and respiration.

Green myrtle has been a symbol of fidelity, love and peace for centuries. Its fresh, spicy, herbaceous yet floral scent soothes us like a cozy blanket or a hug during hard times. The scent of myrtle lingers and comforts us, melting disharmony and reminding us that divine love is eternal.

Supports those who need to get through dark  times. This oil carries a deep inner wisdom and is said to be helpful for those making life transitions and may serve as a companion for the dying.

May be useful for those with addictions or self destructive behavior.
This essential oil has long been used in beauty preparations. A wonderful addition to skin lotions.

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