Egyptian Narcissus Oil

Egyptian Narcissus Oil

$29.00
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Egyptian Narcissus Oil .5 fl oz / 15 ml size in clear bottle with white dropper top.

This is Egyptian Oil, not steam distilled.

Narcissus calms nerves and helps release stress and tension while bringing harmony, relaxation and sleep. Narcissus supports self-love and treat frigidity and impotence derived from emotional imbalance.

The name narcissus was derived from the Greek word ‘narke’, later adopted by Romans as ‘narce’, meaning ‘to be numb’, what referred to calming effects of narcissus. In Greek mythology, the hero, Narcissus, was punished by the Goddess of Vengeance, Nemesis, who turned him into a narcissus flower. In India, the oil of narcissus, as well as fragrant oils of sandalwood, jasmine, and rose, is applied to body before prayer. In France, Narcissus is used to treat epilepsy and hysteria. In China narcissus is associated with good fortune and gain. And today narcissus is a symbol of awaking and hope. The care and handling of these oils are done in a sacred, conscious way.

Aromatherapy is a 5,000 year old therapy discovered by the ancient Egyptians to remedy an array of ailments and illnesses, to use in ritual and offerings, and mummification of the body after death. Plant extracts were widely used and recorded in the hieroglyphs in the temples of Egypt where you can find their cures today. Egyptians extract the essential oil by pressing the plant or flower between wood, then storing in alabaster jars beneath the earth for six months before bottling, a process that brings the essence of the plants extracted, Mother Earth energies, and the properties of alabaster which coalesce in a perfect fusion of healing oil to promote clarity of thought, raise your vibration and clear and balance the physical and energy bodies.

This oil is safe to use directly on the body or in your own creation. Flower extracts may be used in different ways: For perfumes: it may be diluted with the ratio 1:9 adding pure alcohol. For Eau De Toilette: it may be diluted with the ratio 1:20 (10 alcohol, 10 distilled water). For Bath Oil: Add 5-10 drops of essence directly to bath water. For room scent: add alcohol to essence and leave the bottle open to radiate into the room.

How do I care for my aromatherapy? Keep the bottle tightly sealed and out of prolonged heat, and light. These oils are the precious life force of the plants they were extracted from.