Plant medicine for nourishing sleep. An aromatherapy mist formulated to restore the nervous system & quiet the mind. Soft floral notes fold into grounding Cedarwood for a scent that is both ethereal & reassuring. An alluring bouquet picked to entice sweet slumber.
Ylang Ylang: Energetically cool & moist, helps to cool down states of nervous agitation to promote peaceful sleep. A known aphrodisiac, it’s voluptuous aroma soothes & entices, opening our pleasure centers.
Cedarwood: Has a fortifying action on the will, reassuring the ego & steadying our consciousness even in times of persistent external forces. It’s transformative action encourages our minds to find strength & wisdom in times of crisis.
Lavender: Intrinsically soothing, Lavender works to calm any strong emotions that threaten to overwhelm the heart. Often used in the treatment of nervous tension, insomnia & high blood pressure.
Floral tea notes meld into deep forest for a scent that is both ethereal & reassuring.
Ylang Ylang: Bright floral top notes, heady & a touch spicy.
Cedarwood: Woody, grounding, like fresh forest in the rain.
Lavender: Soft floral, balsamic, herbaceous & bittersweet.
Ideal for nighttime use. Shake well before. Spray rhythmically into your sleep space & inhale deeply. To set an ethereal tone to your surrounding, mist the space with intention.
This mist is always created with pure essential oils. The amber color of our glass bottles helps to protect these oils from oxidation, but best to store them out of direct sunlight. Avoid transferring our mists into plastic containers as some plastics can be broken down by our oils & seep into the mist. Kindly return her cap after each use.
2 oz/60 ml
Aqua, vegetable Glycerin*, Cedrus Atlantica (Cedarwood) Oil*, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Cananga Odorata (Ylang Ylang) Oil*. *Organic Free of parabens, silicones, synthetic colors, alcohol, flavors & fragrances. Color & scent may vary slightly. Those with highly sensitive skin may have an adverse reaction to some essential oils. We recommend doing a patch test prior to be sure.