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RESTORE ROOM + AURA MIST

EUCALYPTUS + LEMONGRASS

SELENITE + TURQUOISE CRYSTALS

$20.00
Description
Our Restore Mist is a thoughtful fusion of Organic Eucalyptus and Organic Lemongrass Essential Oils. Eucalyptus is a top note with a strong aroma, it has a fresh, camphoraceous aroma. Lemongrass is a top note with a strong aroma, it has a fresh earthy, citrusy scent. 
Intentions For This Product

Infuse Restore energy into your space + field. Connect to your own sensory awareness, allowing invigoration of your body, mind and soul. Feel refreshed to better shield you from external energy.

Mist to expand, brighten, lift limitations and clear your energetic field.

Mist and affirm "I choose to focus on my health and vitality"

Essential Oil Information

-Eucalyptus Essential Oil-

First used by the Aboriginal people of Australia, they made leaves into elixirs and ointments called “kino” and used it to heal wounds, Eucalyptus leaves were made into infusions and used to treat body pains, colds, sinus congestions, and fevers, hence their nickname "Fever Tree."

Aromatic Notes: a top note with a strong aroma, it has a fresh, camphoraceous aroma.

Essential Oil Effects: purifying, uplifting, energizing, and soothing. Helps to stimulate and decongest the respiratory system.

Topically, it has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties helping to rejuvenate stiff and sore muscles.


-Lemongrass Essential Oil-

Lemongrass is native to tropical regions such as Africa, Asia, Southeast Asia, and Australia where it has been used traditionally for medicinal, cosmetic and culinary purposes. In countries such as India, China, and Thailand, it is used as a flavoring agent in beverages and food for its ability to promote better digestion as well as boost circulation and immunity, Due to its ability to reduce fever, Lemongrass earned the name “fever grass” in some cultures.

In East India and Sri Lanka, Lemongrass was historically used to make soups, curries, and a local drink called “fever tea,” 

Aromatic Notes: a top note with a strong aroma, it has a fresh earthy, citrusy scent.

Essential Oil Effects: purifying, uplifting, energizing, and soothing. Helps to stimulate and decongest the respiratory system.

Topically, it has warming and analgesic properties that have been found to relieve muscle and joint pains caused by overexertion of muscles

Crystal Information

Our Restore Mist is is paired with microcrystals of Selenite and Turquoise. Each stone carries a different energy, some have historical symbolism, energetic intentions and are thought to carry certain effects. We clear and amplify set intentions on all stones for the highest good.

-Selenite-

Purification, clearance, emotional stability, connection to higher frequencies,

Selenite was named after Selene the Greek goddess of the moon, meaning literally the stone of the Moon. The Greeks also used selenite to make widows and other ornamental items due to its ability to seemingly "glow" from light exposure.

Some of the largest crystals ever discovered are selenite, one of the largest single formations is approximately 55 tons and over 36 feet in length.

 

-Turquoise-

Peace. tranquility, rejuvenation, and protection

Turquoise is one of the world’s most ancient and widely used gems.

Archaeological excavations revealed that the rulers of ancient Egypt adorned themselves with turquoise jewelry and integrated it into burial masks as early as 3000 BC. The oldest known turquoise mines are located on the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt.

Ancient Persians used the stone to decorate daggers, turbans, jewelry and horse bridles. Their name for turquoise, pirouzeh, meant “victory.”

Chinese artisans were carving it more than 3,000 years ago. Turquoise is the national gem of Tibet, and has long been considered a stone that increases health, good fortune, and protection from negativity.

In Native American tribes it was a ceremonial gem and a medium of exchange. The Apaches believed that turquoise attached to a bow or firearm increased a hunter’s or warrior’s accuracy. Further south, the Aztecs used turquoise for protection power and used it to decorate ceremonial masks, knives and shields.