The herbal mists are carefully selected aromatic plant oil blends. The Ceremonial spray combines palo santo, white sage, mapacho flower essence, and crystal essences of selinite, black kyanite, and petrified wood; for an uplifting, yet grounding feel to awaken you into the moment; refreshingly here.
Bursera graveolens also known as palo santo is an aromatic tree whose wood is rich in volatile oils. It grows throughout Southern and Central America, and is used traditionally as an incense for grounding, clearing and purifying. The beautiful aroma of the wood has a calming effect when burned, smudged or vaporised. The tree is considered sacred.
White or sacred sage of Salvia apiana is a plant native to Southern North America and Northern Mexico, with a history of use by First Nations people in these regions as a ceremonial tool, for cleansing, clearing and protecting. This plant has a beautiful and rich aromatic, grounding and uplifting scent when used fresh or burning the dried aerials. Sage smudging is a technique using the smoke of the plant to cleanse the energy of a person or space, filling the air with a powerful aroma. It’s no surprise that this plant is used as an upper-respiratory tonic, potentially aiding in sinus congestion, sore throats and colds/flus.
We have added Nicotiana rustica flower essence to seal the space with the profound energy of Mapacho, jungle tobacco. This plant is the chief communicator between all plants and spirits.
These essential oils are 100% undiluted, and the palo santo is sustainably harvested from fallen branches (approximately 4-10 years of age) in a private reserve in Ecuador.
A few sprays for clearing, calming & grounding energy
*Please note* We are still using up the last remaining old labels from this product, which do not reflect the new crystal and flower essence additions, however these have been added to all stock.
Please store in a cool dark place, out of sunlight, heat & air exposure.
As an empowered and sovereign being, please conduct your own research, or consult your health practitioner, before deciding whether a herb is the right plant for you right now, and ensure there will be no interactions with any medications you may be using. If you are self-medicating, and have any worsening of symptoms, please stop use of the herb and seek the advice of a qualified professional.