Calming Oil Anxiety Stress Nervousness Peace Hoodoo Pagan Wiccan Voodoo Conjure For Sale
Calming Oil Anxiety Stress Nervousness Peace Hoodoo Pagan Wiccan Voodoo Conjure:
Calming Oil Anxiety Stress Nervousness Peace Hoodoo Pagan Wicca Voodoo Conjure*Shipping discounts apply for multiple orders.
*Buy any 4 products and get the 5th one free (excluding candles, honey baths, waters/sprays & mojo bags)Calming Incense is ideal for those times where you might feel anxious, upset, confused, stressed out or angry. It also has the ability to calm the energy within the home or between two people. It’s perfect to use when there are domestic disputes, trying circumstances or it can simply be used to create a peaceful atmosphere. Made from Chamomile, Thyme, Sage, Sandalwood, Bergamot, Ylang Ylang and Lavender, Calming Incense can help lower anxiety levels and foster a more productive environment. It’s a perfect blend to quiet the mind and help you feel more grounded and connected. Comes in a 1/2 oz bottle.There are a number of ways you can use Calming Oil. It can be rubbed on your altar, anointed on magical tools, put in the bath, worn on the body and you certainly can wash down your doors and furniture with it. You can put some on your desk at work, in your car or put a few drops in your shoe when you are going to places that might make you feel uncomfortable.Put some in a diffuser, dab a few drops on your pillow. It can be used during meditation, yoga or any type of mind body practice. You can even wash down your doors with it in order to dispel any chaotic energy in the home.The herbs in this particular blend have a long history of medicinal and magical use. They are also known to be therapeutic in aromatherapy. Chamomile dates as far back as the Egyptians. Egyptian priests would burn chamomile in buildings designated for the sick. Thyme has another ancient history and both the Romans and Greeks utilized it in many of the rituals. In whales, people believed that thyme would give sanctuary to those that had recently passed away, particularly when they died a violent death. Sage is another herb that has a long history. Interestingly, in the ancient floral translation, Sage refers to “domestic virtue”. Like Chamomile and Thyme, it dates back to ancient times and was used by both the Egyptians and Greeks. One folklore suggests that Sage has the ability to relieve grief and, during the middle ages, was known to be planted near graves.Sold as a Curio. For external use only.