Contraindications... Do not use with children under five years of age, with epilepsy, during pregnancy, or the elderly
This powerful oil is high in cineol helping to combat germs with antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial benefits. Saro is an evergreen whose fragrance is similar, but a little less medicinal, to Eucalayptus and Tea Tree oil. She sings the top note of a soprano with a slightly more floral & citrus dry down for all of our perfumers and formulators out there.
Saro is called "Mandaravasarotra" by the indigenous people of Madagascar which translates to "that which keeps evil, or disease away. It is listed as protection from the "evil eye" in many mystical studies.
Spa Salon Uses
To my delight I came across information that Saro Essential Oil research has determined that it helps increase collagen production. It is a great anti-inflammatory for distressed skin.
Due to its anti-inflammatory properties a variety of blends can be created for individualized massages. Along with the benefits of muscle manipulation and absorption through the skin the sense of smell is also engaged via inhalation. The scent is not as overwhelming as eucalyptus is to some people. Saro is refreshing and uplifts emotional fatigue. It may help ease depression and anxiety.
THIS LISTING IS FOR: 1 10ml dropper bottle of 100% Saro Essential Oil
SAGE & FEATHER
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When your order includes a crystal or spa stone we send you a tiny feather and sage leaf to clear the energy of your stone when received. Join us to use your tiny feather in our release meditations during our Full Moon Celebrations online.
~ Patrina ~
Hey There Spa Beauties!
Would you like to have a more peaceful perspective in your lifestyle? Learn how to use spiritual spa enhancements to bring you to a place of overall wellness and balance.
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It was a time to gather together in order to celebrate each month by learning how to integrate the use of crystals, essential oils and meditative techniques into our lives.
*Consultant your physician before incorporating the use of any integrative, vintage, complementary therapy into your lifestyle. This newsletter is an informational guide and collection of uses from clients, friends, family and books. It is not a substitute for professional medical care or treatment.