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All Natural, Pure Essential oils, "Healing Oil",
Smudge sticks,
Charcoal Disks, Champa, and Resins

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Essential Oils

All of our oils come in a

dram size (1/8 oz.) glass vial.

Almond

Amber

Anise

Catjaput

Cedar-wood

Chamomile

Cinnamon

Cinnamon orange

Citronella

Clove

Cranberry

Egyptian Geranium

Eucalyptus

Fir Needle

Frankincense

Gardenia

Grapefruit

Honey

Honeysuckle

Hyacinth

Jasmine

Kush

Lavender

Lemon

Lemon Eucalyptus

Lemon Grass

Lilac

Lilac and Lavender

Lilly of the Vally

Mandarin

Mango

Mango Kiwi

Marjoram

Musk

Myrrh

Nag Champa

Patchouli

Penny Royal

Peppermint

Rose Wood

Rosemary

Sandalwood

Somalian Rose

Spearmint

Sunflower

Tea Rose

Tea Tree

Thuja

Vanilla Bean

Violet

Yule Tide

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Nag Champa

The worlds most popular scent. Very good for meditation.

We offer the essential oil, stick and cone incense.

Essential oil $4.50/dram

Stick incense $2.50

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Our All natural "Healing oil" is the perfect remedy for cuts, bruises, acne, psoriasis, eczema, flea bites on animals, diaper rash on babies, sore noses, ingrown nails, ant bites,  Really anything that needs to be healed.
1 Ounce bottle is $7.95
4 Ounce bottle $24.95

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Smude info-
The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves.The ceremony of "cleaning" people, places, and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky insects away, certain plant smoke could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts.To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge, a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan.
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay pot, dish, or shell.
Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, feelings, or influences. The leaves are val;ued for their aromatic properties, and is used as a natural moth repellent. Native Americans of the plains nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breath through a small bundle of sage and at times rub sage on their bodies.
Some tribes commonly wrapped their pipes in sage before they bundled them up. They believed that objects wrapped in sage were purified. Sage wreaths are still placed around Sundancers heads, wrists, and ankles during ceremonies.
"Sage makes the bad spirits sick. They run away from it. It does not make the good spirits sick, they will not leave when it is burned.Sweet grass is pleasant to all spirits, good spirits like it, bad spirits like it, all like it. The smoke of sweet grass is pleasant to the good spirits, they come to the smoke. They will listen to what one ask's. Bad spirits also enjoy the smoke, and will also come. So, sage must be burned to make them sick. Then sweet-grass to make the good spirits come."
Traditional stories and myths tell of the power of sage in that where
ever sage is present, negitive energies cannot enter. 
Small white Sage smudge sticks $3.50
White sage bundle $3.00
White sage incense $2.95

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Charcoal disks and an assortment of resins.

Three Kings Charcoal disks $3.50

Myrrh $3.50/oz

Frankincense $3.50/oz

Dragons Blood $8.00/oz

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