The Myrtle Plant comes from the diverse Myrtus Leaf family. There are about 700 species of Myrtle. This unique species loves sun and fresh air, but also grows well indoors. The Myrtle plant is used in many ancient and modern cultures. In some cultures, a vase with a Myrtle leaf was displayed on a window sill as decoration. In ancient Greece, the Myrtle branches represented those who did not suffer during battles or wars. The scent of Myrtle oil (which has medicinal properties) was commonly used in perfumes. Breweries also liked to add a handful of dried Myrtle leaves to their dishes. In addition to these versatile uses of Myrtle, this plant is also beautiful in full bloom.
Myrtle – Chemical Ingredients and Dominant Properties
- Oil extracted from Myrtle leaves contains:
- Amino Acids
It is common in subtropical areas to grow about 70 species of Myrtle leaves. The most commonly grown species is the Myrtus Communis. It has shiny leaves that are fragrant with white or pink flowers.
Myrtle as a Medicinal Plant
Myrtle has antibiotic properties, which give it an advantage over antibiotic drugs. Since it is harmless without additives, and does not cause side effects. Therefore, it is used to prevent serious diseases such as:
- Kidney Infections (Pyelonephritis)
- Vaginal infections
- Prostate Infection (Prostatitis)
- Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
- Sinus Infections
- Pulmonary Tuberculosis
- Common Cold
- Gastrointestinal diseases
- And more!
During a study on the composition of Myrtle, researchers found a number of positive effects of its components on the human body:
- Destruction of unwanted bacteria
- Strengthening the immune system and cell growth
- Disinfecting properties
- Aiding in concentration and focus
- And more!
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