December 07, 2022

Myrrh 1:5 (Commiphora Molmol)


Myrrh is a strong antimicrobial used for worms and parasites as well as other acute and chronic infections


1-4 mls per day, 10-30 mls per week

Parts Used:


Main Actions:

  • Astringent
  • Antimicrobial
  • Antibacterial
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Vulnerary
  • Anthelmintic
  • Lymphatic

Key Indications:

Intestinal worms or parasites (high doses for short periods)

Chronic bronchitis, common cold, nasopharyngeal catarrh

Topically for mouth ulcers, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, wounds, gingivitis, halitosis

Symptoms of lingering viruses, bacteria, parasites or helminths

Upper respiratory tract infections and catarrh

Gastrointestinal symptoms such as dyspepsia, bloating, heartburn, abdominal fullness and intestinal spasms

Changes in intestinal flora, such as SIBO

Major Safety Issues:

Long-term intake and use in pregnancy are best avoided

Can cause contact dermatitis and allergic reaction after oral ingestion