Some of our information comes from John P. Thomas’ article from Health Impact News. Find the article here.
Myrtle (Myrtus communis) is a shrubby plant with yellow or bluish black berries, native to Mediterranean countries like Tunisia, Morocco, France, and Greece. The plant has been used for thousands of years since the days of ancient Egypt.
Myrtle is a highly versatile remedy that can improve your health in many ways. Myrtle essential oil can normalize the functioning of the thyroid and ovaries, kill salmonella on fresh fruits and vegetables, lower blood sugar, treat malaria, repel mosquitoes, kill fungus and mold, heal mouth ulcers, heal warts, and can be used for acne as a face wash! It is also an effective insect repellent.
Check out the very detailed and well-researched Health Impact News article here. Let us know what you think!
Have you ever used myrtle before? Which of its benefits are you most excited about?