Antibacterial, herpes simplex and aphthous ulcer



Antibacterial, herpes simplex and aphthous ulcer


Myrtle oil has shown antibacterial and antiseptic properties. Also antiviral effect of myrtle oil has been studied on herpes simplex virus type 1 and 2 and the results confirm the effectiveness of the oil on this category of viruses. Also, myrtle oil and propolis extract have shown anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.


Apply a sufficient amount on the sores or lesions 2-3 times a day.

Drug Interaction

Avoid concurrent usage with herbs and dietary supplements, anticoagulation (coumarin and lycorine), antibiotics, anti-bacterial, anti-cancer medicines (anti-neoplastics), anti-fungal, anti-inflammation, infertility, anti-HIV, immune stimulant, immune suppression and osteoporosis.

Side effects

No side effects at therapeutic has been observed.

Some blood vessel inflammation, irritation and skin rashes have been reported while using propolis.

Rubbing products containing myrtle oil on babies and children's face may cause spasm of the larynx, bronchospasm, asthma-like attacks or respiratory disorder in them.

There is the possibility of allergic reactions such as swelling, redness, skin irritation, skin irritation (dermatitis), burns, irritation and burning sensation, itching, psoriasis or eczema, and fever while taking propolis.

Allergenic reactions have been reported with use of propolis, so it should be used with caution in susceptible individuals.


Myrtle oil, propolis extract

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