HEKATE-(Rose, Vanilla, Amber, Cinnamon, Frankincense)-2021 Recipe-Perfume, Cologne, Anointing, Ritual Oil
(Sugared Rose Petals, Vanilla, Amber, Cinnamon, Frankincense)
Hekate is the Queen of the Night and the goddess of the crossroads. She is skilled in the art of divination, magick, shapeshifting, sorcery and rebirth.
In Greece, she was a Moon Goddess and was associated with the phases of the moon. During the middle ages she became known as the Queen of the Witches and she offered guidance to midwives, witches, healers and seers. Hekate is said to represent the Maiden, Mother and Crone. In her Crone aspect she's symbolized by the dark moon.
When I work with Hekate it is always a time of shadowwork,, releasing, wisdom and increased feminine power.
Hekate takes you deep into your personal underworld so you can know, honor and grow from your darkness. When you make peace with your darkness is when you can live your authentic life and claim your power.
Hekate is a beautiful potion of sugared rose petals, warm vanilla, rich amber resin, spicy cinnamon and ceremonial frankincense.
The oils that I create take you on a journey through the senses, the soul and the imagination.
All of the oils that I create are made with plant absolutes, essential oils, fragrances, resins and botanical oils and are blended into a soy and nut free carrier oil.
All of my oils are intuitively created. Due to the nature of this process I only make one batch of oil at a time and I don’t keep recipes or attempt to duplicate blends once they have sold out.
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 before a ritual or ceremony.
All of the oils that I create are cruelty free and vegan. When taking from nature I always express my gratitude to the plant or stone for it’s medicine and I try to keep as many of my ingredients organic and sustainably harvested as possible.
The majority of my shipping and branding materials are recycled or reclaimed.
I hope that you can find creative ways to reuse or recycle them.
With Love, HagRoot