Fields for Flora

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This floral blend was created with the intent to relax your body and mind by transporting you to a natural garden of blue cornflowers. While you soak allow the energy of the embedded Blue Storm Agate to infuse your water. Feel an awakening and activate the divine that is within each one of us. Use this stone to bring you higher frequencies of awareness and enhanced perception. They are also known as the stone of Freedom, as they provide support while you choose and manifest your hearts desires and dreams.
 
Soak your body in the healing benefits of Naturally Harvested, non-GMO Cornflower, Organic Lavender and Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oils. Cornflower contains biotin which helps to revitalizes the skin and lock in moisturize. The Organic Lavender essential oil has been named as one of the most useful of the essences for the relief of anxiety and stress. Eucalyptus has invigorating properties that boost mental clarity and promote relaxation of tense facial muscles, which is helpful when you are suffering from a headache caused by stress or exhaustion. Clear your mind the multiple relaxing and healing benefits of Fields for Flora. 

Benefits

  • Organic Coconut Oil will providing a luxurious, moisturizer bath, excellent for nourishing healing dry skin.
  • Naturally Harvested Cornflower is rich in biotin to revitalize the skin and lock in moisture. 
  • Organic Lavender Oil aids in relief of anxiety and stress.
  • Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil relaxes tense muscles. 

 

Ingredients 

UPS Pure Sodium Bicarbonate, Non GMO, UPS Citric Acid, Natural USP Magnesium Sulfate, Organic Coconut Oil, Naturally Harvested Non-GMO Cornflower Petals, Organic Eucalyptus Oil and Organic Lavender Oil. (Click to Learn More about Each Ingredient)

 

Fun Fact

Cornflower were once worn by young men to indicate their marital status, cornflower is also commonly called bachelor's button and boutonniere flower. The genus name for the plant is a reference to the centaur Chiron, who taught humankind the healing virtue of herbs. The species name, Cyanus, comes from mythology for a youthful devotee of the goddess Flora (Cyanus), whose favorite flower it was.

 

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