HADES-(Charred Wood, Tobacco, Amber, Leather, Myrrh)-Perfume, Cologne, Anointing, Ritual Oil
Hades was the god of the dead and the Underworld in Greek mythology. His name means unseen, invisible or hidden. As god of the Underworld, Hades owned all the gold, silver, and precious stones which lay under the earth.
Hades is depicted as dark featured and somber looking. He wears a helmet of darkness that makes him invisible. In one hand he holds a bird-tipped scepter and in the other hand he holds a magical key to the Underworld.
Take a journey to the Underworld with this smoky blend of haunted woods, warm spices, ceremonial resins, tobacco leaves and aged leather.
This oil would be beneficial when doing shadow work or journeying to the lower realms.
When I'm creating oils, I listen to the story, the deity, the purpose and the healing that wants to come through. I then tap into and dance with the spirits of the plants and the stones that want to be used. I take into consideration the season and the phase of the moon as well.
I only make one batch of oil at a time and due to the intuitive nature of the process I don’t keep recipes or attempt to duplicate blends once they have sold out.
The oils that I create are made with plant absolutes, dried herbs, flowers, crystals, high quality essential oils, fragrances, natural resins and botanical oils. The oil is strained before the final bottling so no dried material or crystals remain in the blend that you will receive. Only the energy of these ingredients remain. The oils are blended into a soy and nut free base oil and arrive ready to use. No dilution is necessary.
These oils can be applied to the pulse points and worn as a perfume or cologne. They can also be used to anoint the body or ritual items before a ritual or ceremony. You can add them to your bath to create a sacred bathing ritual or you can add a few drops to a diffuser to add some magick to a room.
All of the oils that I create are cruelty free. When taking from nature I always ask for permission before taking something and I always leave an offering to thank the plant or stone for it’s medicine.
With Love, HagRoot