Essential Wellness: Magnolia

MAGNOLIA

In the spirit of education and my passion for holistic health and natural living I will be highlighting one essential oil/plant medicine each week. As I get ready to place my monthly order to keep my medicine bag fresh, I am excited to get my hands on Magnolia, so I decided to share her with you this week. It may be winter, but magnolia is an evergreen and her blossoms remind me of a lotus and the blooming soul.

The magnolia flower is said to be a well-traveled flower with species scattered throughout South Asia, the Pacific, and North America. Also called white champaca or white jade orchid tree, magnolia flowers have been used in Chinese traditional health practices to help create a sense of balance within the body. Steam distilled from the sturdy petals of the magnolia flower, Magnolia essential oil has a fruity and floral aroma that helps promote a relaxed atmosphere.

Like Lavender and Bergamot, Magnolia is primarily Linalool, which may help with feelings of stress or anxiousness. Expertly combined with Fractionated Coconut Oil, Magnolia Touch is moisturizing and soothing to the skin. Add to your daily routine to help keep skin clean and hydrated. As a personal fragrance, Magnolia Touch gives a constant comfort to your mood while uplifting and refreshing.

Uses

Use Magnolia Touch daily as your new signature personal fragrance.

When your skin is in need of comfort, roll on Magnolia to provide a soothing touch.

Combine topically with Bergamot or Ylang Ylang to promote healthy-looking skin and to customize your daily fragrance.
Roll onto the bottoms of your feet to create feelings of calm and relaxation.

To get your hands on this beautiful oil and discover more essential oil wonders go to the Essential Oils Page or link on the side bar!

xo

Cassandra

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