Myrtle Essential Oil is obtained via steam distillation of flowers and leaves. It is fresh clear clean springs to mind when you inhale it herbaceous oil.
Its key properties are said to be antiseptic, astringent, deodorant, yes wed agree with all these it performs very well. Its also said to be a good expectorant intuitively it would be but we haven't tried it and sedative not our cup of the for this one. But we have found it to be very versatile, a good blender, particularly in your breathe easy blends. Why not try this as a breathe easy blend eucalyptus, lavender, myrtle, cajeput, peppermint, and moderate with a little bit of sweet orange. As we write this the season is changing on the East Coast of Australia and it's a good time to incorporate it into any fortifying blend.
Its main constituents are Cineol, Myrtenol, Pinene, Myrtenyl Acetate, Geraniol, Linalool, Camphene and Borneol.