Myrrh CO2 Select Extract Potential Benefits / Uses:

Myrrh is recognized by the FDA as a Food Additive, a substance to be used in conjunction with other flavors, and is in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)

The myrrh gum extract has the following potential benefits:

Myrrh oil has been used to kill harmful bacteria long before scientists discovered that microbes cause contagious illnesses. It may have an impact on some drug-resistant and Lyme disease bacteria.

Myrrh can be used for indigestion, ulcers, colds, cough, asthma, lung congestion, arthritis pain, cancer, leprosy, spasms, and syphilis. It can also be used as a stimulant and to increase menstrual flow. 

COSMETICS: Anti-microbial, Astringent, Stimulant, Tonic, Anti-inflammatory, Circulatory, Cicatrisant.

Aromatics: Anti-microbial, Expectorant, Stimulant, Carminative, Stomachic, Immune Booster, Tonic, Anti-inflammatory, Antispasmodic, Emmenagogue, Sedative, Pulmonary Tonic.

MEDICINAL: Anti-microbial, Astringent, Anti-fungal, Stimulant, Carminative, Stomachic, Anti-catarrhal, Antiseptic, Immune-boosting, Tonic, Anti-inflammatory, Emmenagogue, Diaphoretic, Vulnerary, Circulatory, Balsamic, Cicatrisant, Fungicidal, Digestive, Pulmonary Tonic.

Myrrh CO2 Extract Noteworthy Compounds:

Major Terpenes: Cadinene, Curzerene, (1,3)-Furanoeudesma-Diene, Lindestrene, Elemene, Germacrene

Additional Information –

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WHY CO2? CO2 is emerging as a spotlight solvent in the extraction of essential oils, spanning multiple industrial fields from medicine to food, beverage, perfumery, and recreational applications. Liquid carbon dioxide is a good solvent for many lipophilic organic compounds like alkaloids and CO2 is not recognized as harmful or toxic and is generally recognized as safe (GRAS). With our liquid CO2 technology anyone can safely produce oils with little to no post processing needed.

HOW IT WORKS: The LB-1 works by condensing the intake supply of CO2 gas into a heavy dense cold liquid which fills the process vessel. With temperature control and back pressure regulation, material in the process vessel is pushed through media of your choosing and two in-line filters (various micron sizes available) achieve a wide range of capabilities in isolating and filtering specific components. The filtered material accumulates in the collection vessel as the CO2 passes back into a gas leaving the heavy botanical mass at the bottom to be collected. The amount of CO2 that can be condensed per second is a function of the pressure and temperature of the system. As the temperature of the system increases, the amount of energy needed to evaporate and condense carbon dioxide decreases.


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