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Can myrrh essential oil be taken orally? And how?

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Myrrh oil, in controlled quantities, can be taken orally but as with any other essential oil myrrh essential oil have its own risks for oral intake.

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Mix two drops of myrrh essential oil in half a teaspoon of coconut oil. Rub this mixture on your both your feet. Wear a pair of socks and go to sleep. My, my, my, you definitely get some amazingly peaceful sleep. This is what I do on weekends! It enhances antioxidant effects and gives you good sleep.

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