The Grounding Roots Collection includes three essential oils:
(two ½ oz (15 mL) oils and one Dram (3.75 mL) oil
Vetiver Essential Oil:
Of all essential oils, few capture the aromatic complexity of the earth's botanical bounty as completely as vetiver grass. Organically grown in Haiti and used for therapeutic, meditation, and perfuming purposes, this sweet, rooty, deeply relaxing oil, reminiscent of woods and marshland, is grounding, cooling and nourishing. Many aromatherapists and perfumers alike would not dream of an essential oil collection without this cherished bottle.
Jatamansi Essential Oil:
Jatamansi or spikenard is among the most famous and important Ayurvedic herbs and is highly revered for its ability to support deep sleep and help one work with and release subconscious trauma. Spikenard (jatamansi) oil is one of the most effective essential oils for supporting a calm mind and balanced nervous system. It is similar in quality to valerian, but is less dulling in its effects with a sweeter and more pleasant fragrance.
Ruh Khus Essential Oil:
One of the most complex oils known, at least 150 aromatic compounds have been identified in ruh khus, with many more unidentified. Wild vetiver essential oil has nervous system stabilizing and uplifting properties, making it a good choice for relaxing and uplifting. Its balancing effect helps ease nervous tension and excessive energy. It also helps to concentrate and organize scattered thoughts and overcome intellectual fatigue.
Safety Guidelines for Vetiver Oil:
Non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. Use with caution during pregnancy (small amounts, diluted). Do not take vetiver essential oil internally.
Safety Guidelines for Jatamansi Oil:
Do not take jatamansi essential oil internally. Do not apply directly to the eyes or mucous membranes. Pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should not use this product without first consulting a licensed healthcare practitioner.
Safety Guidelines for Ruh Khus Oil:
Ruh Khus oil is non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. Do not take wild vetiver essential oil internally. Use with caution during pregnancy (small amounts, diluted).
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