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Cedar smoke purifies the home and ritual space. Use it in smudge sticks, incense, and sweat lodge ceremonies. The scent is said to enhance psychic powers.
An evergreen native to North America and Europe, thuja (also known as white cedar) can reach a height of 66 feet and is distinctly pyramid-like in its shape. This coniferous tree boasts a rich history and is recognized as the Tree of Life (Arborvitae) across cultures for its myriad benefits that people around the world have relied on for generations. Now available in its essential oil form, thuja oil makes the perfect addition to any aromatherapy routine looking to add a touch of fresh camphor to any fragrance profile!
Aroma: Fresh and fruity, with notes of camphor and pine.
The Tree of Life has earned its nickname from traditional wellness practices across cultures. Its name is derived from the Greek word “thuo,” meaning “to sacrifice,” as the wood was ceremonially burned as a sacrifice to the gods. Its leaves, wood, sap and oils have been used in various applications by the Chinese, Native Canadians, American Indians, and in Ayurveda. The Ojibwa people in particular revered the tree as sacred and considered it a gift of nature.
Instills feelings of heightened spirituality. A popular meditative aid.
5ml, 10ml, 50ml, 100ml
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