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Latin name : Balsamodendron Myrrh
Part : Resin (gum)
Amount : 100 g or 454 g (1lb)
Properties : Antiseptic (oral among other things for toothpaste), healing, antibacterial, antiviral, astringent, antiparasitic
Precautions: Caution with sugar disorders. Avoid overdose, in case of ulcers, fever and hypertension. Prohibited during pregnancy and during an abundant menstrual flow.
Plant powders' uses: In capsules, in food, in smoothie, in pastilles and energy balls, then externally (cosmetics, ointments, poultices). Unless exceptional, plant powders are not soluble in water, although several molecules they contain. For better results, it is preferable to extract these molecules in water, alcohol or in oil (certain molecules are fat -soluble). For more information, the Schools Flowers offers an introductory workshop and an à la carte course on the manufacture of therapeutic products.
We advise to consult a health professional before using medicinal plants, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or under medication.
Information on this website has not been assessed by Health Canada and does not replace the opinion of a health professional. She is only informative.