Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Blue Horse Balm

This was created as a remedy for a horse’s scaly, possibly fungal skin infestation—The ingredients needed to be gentle for a horse’s skin, but effective. It worked amazingly well. Wayfarer sniffed and then nibbled at the bottle, which is unusual for his reaction to essential oils. Usually, he sniffs and turns his head in disgust. This one’s a winner. It can be added to olive or other carrier oils for a skin treatment for everyone, not just horses. Beautiful color, intriguing fragrance. Contains: Castor oil, Lavender, Carrot seed, Tea Tree, Patchouli, German Chamomile, Tansy

Monday, April 27, 2009

Angel Essence Field Organizer

( Attune)
Beautiful floral blend to possibly take you nearer the angels wherever that may be. For transition and meditation. Hydrosols are the "distilled waters" that are created as plants are distilled for their oil. They carry the energetic imprint of the oils. This particular combination is extremely effective in dissolving negativity. Relieves stress, frustration, anxiety, depression, fear. It elevates the mind, enhances the frequency of every cell, and brings everything into focus at the moment, Creates sense of peace and well being. Also supports mental clarity, intuition and memory. It is especially effective in calming hyper children (or adults). Contains: Hydrosols of Neroli, Rose and Roman Chamomile

2 oz. spray bottle=$12

This is similar to a formula originated by Layers of Light International, but discontinued. I loved it so much, I created my own.

Stones:  Moonstone, Amethyst, Blue Lace Agate

Stalking Nail Fungus

As a Toe Reader, I see many toes and I am amazed at how prevalent Toe fungus is. There is an interesting article at http://www.toenailfungus.org/

Some I know have tried various oils, such as Tea Tree and Oregano, but with limited success. All essential oils are anti-fungal to a degree because that is one of their functions in the plant.

When creating a blend, I use a combination of research and intuition. My Stalking Leopard blend was created to help stalk and eliminate fungal infestations on the feet and toes and so far the results have been remarkable.

Contains Powerful anti-fungal and antiseptics. Use with great care as these are POTENT oils. Do not use anywhere except feet or toes. DO NOT use in the bath or before bathing or showering. Apply with a clean Q-Tip each time, at least once a day after bathing. Dry feet thoroughly before applying.
Contains: Equal parts of Tea Tree, Clove, Lemongrass, Lavender in a base of Castor Oil. 15 ml (1/2 oz) bottle=$15

It's worth a try! It does make a great addition to your liquid hand soap for general antiseptic action, but keep it away from mucus membranes. Use only 1-2 drops! If you want to make your own, request the recipe free of charge by e-mail.
2 ml sample=$4 plus shipping.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Sitalpu (Hopi Flower World)

About a year and half ago, I had what is called a "clairaliant" or "clairfragrant" experience. I was in the waiting room of a Life Coach. She had a small water fountain, which I enjoyed. As I got closer to it, I could smell a great blend emanating from the fountain. I inhaled it, and felt a great rush of emotional healing. Wow, I thought, this is a great blend. She is a genius! Having this blend in the fountain of her waiting room. I tried to identify the blend in my experience. I could tell it had palmarosa, geranium, rose and many other components. I sat there and memorized the smell, so I could put it in context with one of my 90 plus blends. When she came out, I asked what blend she had in the fountain. She was surprised, as she had put some Eucalyptus in it several hours ago, but that it should be gone now. I told her what I could smell. She tried, but couldn't smell anything. After going home, I asked for  heavenly help in re-creating that blend. Got a basic recipe, came close, but didn't quite make it. I set that project aside, but kept it in the back of my mind. Last month, as I got involved in making all my blends again, I brought out the recipe and tweaked it, worked on it. I had a few new oils, including Muhuhu (African Sandalwood) and Frangipani. I came up with a recipe, tried it for a while, but it still wasn't quite right. I took turns combining it with previous blends, to see if I could come up with the "right" one. Finally, I came up with the recipe, that is as close as possible, close enough to perfect. Then, I needed a name. Nothing seemed right. I was reading in Craig Child's book, House of Rain, and came across a description of Siitalpu. That was it! Here it is.

Sitalpu (See-Tal-poo)
This is a Hopi word referring to the Flower World, a luminously colored spirit realm that exists along side this one. They believe it allows ancestors to move out of the ground they are buried in and flow into clouds, flowers and stars, where they are free to follow their children on long migrations. This fragrance was manifested to me through the gift of Clairalience, afterwhich, I was able to create a version of it literally. It is for emotional release and meditation and is rich in oils that allow reaching for angelic realms. Use for massage, on perfume points or diffusing. Anoint the Ether Toe.

Contains: Rosewood, Geranium, Bergamot, Frankincense, Palmarosa, Muhuhu, Ylang-Ylang, Frangipani, Neroli, Opopanax, Patchouli, Rose, Linden, Jasmine, Spike Nard, Myrrh, Sandalwood, Spruce, Hyssop, Melissa, Angelica, Lemon myrtle

10 ml=$30 diluted only.  5 ml=$16