Earth

Aromablend


Regular price $20.00

This earthy blend of wood, root and resin oils supports a calm nervous system to help relieve anxiety and scattered thoughts and feelings. It has a ‘grounding’ effect on the body, mind and emotions.

Key Ingredients

Amyris, Cedarwood, Balsam, Vetiver, Ginger, Turmeric, Galangal, Buddha wood.

Complete Ingredients

Amyris balsamifera (amyris) bark oil; Myroxylon pereirae (Peru balsam) oil; Cedrus deodara (cedarwood) wood oil; Copaifera reticulata (copaiba) balsam oil; Kaempferia galanga (galangal) root extract; Pogostemon cablin (patchouli) leaf oil; Zingiber officinale (ginger) root oil; Eremophila mitchellii (Buddha) wood oil; Curcuma longa (turmeric) root oil; Vetiveria zizanoides (vetiver) root oil

How To Use

Options: ( 1 ) Inhale the aroma when needed for balance or uplifting. ( 2 ) Use drops in a base oil in a room diffuser. ( 3 ) Apply to pulse or energy points. ( 4 ) Add drops to a base moisturizing body or massage oil.
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