Barbara Kahn has been concocting alluring scents with pure essential oils for over three decades. She discovered aromatherapy after having an allergic reaction when sprayed with a fragrance in a department store. These cloying invasive fragrances, mostly made with artificial chemicals, can cause a string of allergic reactions. So, making 100% pure and natural aromatherapy products is her passion.
Essential oils are highly concentrated volatile extracts of leaves, flowers, roots, stems, resins, barks and seeds; they are the heart and soul of the plant. In her Liquid Incense formulas, Barbara combines aromatic essential oils to create a smokeless way to clear a space. Ancients used these fragrant scents to purify an area for ritual and meditation. Now you can do the same in your own home, without lighting a match!
Sacred Spaces Liquid Incense is a blend of essential oils known for protection, purification and awareness including sage, spikenard, frankincense, benzoine and myrrh, combined with pure alcohol and distilled water. That’s it!
Clearing Mist Liquid Incense has the scent of an ancient forest, Spray this woodsy blend to clear the air and uplift the spirit. Includes essential oils of cedar, juniper, rosemary, and orange in pure alcohol and distilled water.
These mists are made with the finest aromatherapy essential oils, artfully blended and hand made in small batches. Always shake well before use since oils tend to float to top. New blends may have a slight variation due to yearly harvest and distillation practices.
Suggestions: Spray once or twice low in the air or into a corner but not near eyes. Wait a moment and the air will fill with an uplifting scent. They can be used in your car or when traveling. Anywhere you want to have a fresh clean scent.
Crafted in The Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Enjoy!
Besides being an aromatherapist Barbara is also an artist, muralist, teacher, herbalist, and author of “The Organic Gourmet” cookbook and The Ancient Oracle Deck and Handbook. She is also an ordained minister and ceremonialist. See more of her work on her website www.barbarakahnfinearts.com