Myrtle Essential Oil, Common Myrtle

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Common Myrtle (Myrtus Communis) comes from the same plant family as eucalyptus, tea tree, bayberry and English bog myrtle. It is native to the Mediterranean region as well as western Asia and the Indian subcontinent and is sometimes referred to as European Bog Myrtle.

Myrtle oil has a clear, fresh and camphoraceous, balsamic, slightly spicy aroma reminiscent of Eucalyptus.

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Extended InformationBog Myrtle (Myrtus Communis Oil). The essential oil is best known as a natural insect repellent, especially effective against Scottish midges. Produced by steam distillation of the blossoms, leaves and twigs.
MSDS (764.45 kB)
CoA - KMO5698 (164.71 kB)
CoA - KMO4289 (259.61 kB)
CoA - KMO957 (175.63 kB)
CoA - KMO377 (157.87 kB)
CoA - KMO3518 (164.69 kB)
CoA - KMO2392 (154.68 kB)
CoA - KMO3504 (161.21 kB)
CoA - KMO2219 (161.20 kB)
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