Aroma: This oil has a slightly balsamic aroma that sweetly offers floral and herbaceous notes. This aroma is different than most floral essential oils and is best described as an exotic and delicate one that I find pleasant and not overpowering.
Aromatherapist notes: I spent about six months really studying and working with this particular essential oil prior to offering it. It has some really amazing properties! I have utilized it with success in blends for transitions, grief, and also during colds. It is a very versatile oil that I have become quite attached to!
Recommended applications: Inhalation and topical application using safe dilution ratios.
Blends with: Basil, Bergamot, Clary Sage, Cypress, Douglas-Fir, Eucalyptus Ironbark, Frankincense, Geranium, Grapefruit, Helichrysum, Lime, Red Mandarin, Blood Orange, Sweet Orange, Scotch Pine, Rose absolute, Black Spruce, and Ylang Ylang.
Safety Data: This oil is prone to oxidation and should be stored in a cool, dark, and closed container. Do not place on broken skin.
Other information & considerations:
• This is a very spiritual oil and is collected and gathered by high Himalayan people as a sacred fragrant substance to be “burnt in offering to please and harmonize the earthly divine, especially local earth spirits.”
• It is known as Anthopogan in the Nepals and is also their National Flower.
Shelf Life: About 4-5 years
A couple of months ago, our good friend, Lola King completed her final inventory for Be Kind Botanicals. It was both a blessing and bittersweet. She worked for close to a decade to provide the best oils she could find, even if it meant processing the plant material herself and having a distiller obtain it through distillation. When Marge heard the news of her closing Be Kind Botanicals, she jumped at the opportunity to snag some of her finest inventory before it was gone for good. We are delighted to present to you our “Be Kind” Collection, so that you can experience what Lola and Marge find to be some of the most exquisite offerings of essential oils from around the globe… New Zealand Lavender may be the top of the list. These are in limited supply and will only be sold in retail sizes.
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