YEMAYA- (Salty Sea Air, Driftwood, Sacred Floral Offerings)-Perfume, Cologne, Anointing, Ritual Oil

$ 4
(Salty Sea Air, Driftwood, Sacred Floral Offerings)

Yemaya also known as Yemoja, the Yorùbá Orisha of the ocean is considered the mother of all that is. Yemaya represents change, love, abundance and fertility. It is said that Yemaya gave birth to the stars, the moon and the sun. Yemaya is the keeper of feminine mysteries. She watches over women and protects the womb of mothers.

Yemaya is a fierce but nurturing blend of salty sea air, driftwood, ancient magic and sacred floral offerings.

When blending oils I use a variety of plant absolutes, essential oils, fragrances, resins, botanical oils and natural essences from plants and stones. The oils are blended into a carrier oil and are safe to use on the skin.
They can be applied to the pulse points and worn as a perfume or cologne or used to anoint the body before a ritual or ceremony.
All oils are cruelty free. 

By law I'm required to state that all of my products are handmade in my studio and have not been evaluated by the FDA. All of the information on my website is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. I am not a medical doctor. The information on my website is strictly what I have learned from personal experience and research. It is not meant to replace the advice of a medical professional. Please do your research before using herbs and essential oils. Especially if you are pregnant, have a medical condition or are using them on children or animals. I am not responsible for how you use my products or any possible results that may occur from using my products. All magickal/ritual items are sold as curios only and there are no guaranteed results. That being said, I fully believe in the power of thought, intention and manifestation and I believe that there is magick in everything when we are open to seeing it. May you use your intuition to find the natural magic that resides within you and within the world.
With Love, HagRoot


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