A Brave New World
Less than a decade ago, marijuana was still too taboo to discuss openly or in mixed company. Today with ten states decriminalizing and legally selling marijuana, cannabis has been thrust into the national spotlight. Marijuana enthusiasts no longer have to go to someone's house in a less-than-savory neighborhood, sit on a grimy sofa, and listen to a bearded man named Dave clumsily play "Stairway To Heaven", just so they can purchase a bag of cannabis of dubious quality.
Myrrh essential oil has a lovely, rustic smell, which leads many people to diffuse it through their homes. But beyond smelling absolutely wonderful, myrrh essential oil also has some medicinal uses. Here are four key ways you can use myrrh essential oil to heal your body and enhance your health.
1. Acne Treatment
Myrrh essential oil has natural antibacterial properties. It helps stop bacteria from replicating. For this reason, it is very helpful for treating acne, which is caused—at least in part—by bacteria on your skin.
If you've been diagnosed with gum disease, it doesn't need to result in the loss of your teeth. It doesn't even need to mean invasive dental treatment. In fact, with the right natural treatment, you can reverse the effects of gum disease and protect your teeth. You just need to know what to do, and you need to begin taking measures as early as possible – usually at the first sign of gum disease.
Cerebral palsy can be a devastating diagnosis for your child. The good news is, that because cerebral palsy is a fairly common condition (500,000 children under the age of 18 in the United States have cerebral palsy), there are many types of rehab services available that can help your child. While there is no cure for cerebral palsy, there are some things that can help your child live a high quality of life, reduce the amount of pain they have, and help them function in and outside of the home.