Friday, January 1, 2010

Myrrh to reduce the cholesterol


In addition to the lavender, the sandalwood and other popular essential oils, the myrrh incense is different of most consumed in aromaterapia. Anyhow, this time we will speak about the properties of the myrrh associated with his consumption not as essential oil, but as well as nutritive supplement.

The myrrh fragrance is known by his use as perfume, and it is a resinous reddish substance that is obtained of the crust of the tree Commophora abyssinica, a tree that grows in half an east and Somalia. Nevertheless, beyond his exquisite fragrance, the properties of the myrrh go beyond this one.

To discover them, Nadia Saleh Al-Amoudi and his collaborators of the University King Abd Al-Aziz of Saudi Arabia fed laboratory mice with myrrh extract and other vegetable extracts, to verify if it supposed some benefit for his health.

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