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Ginger Spice Latte Candle ~ Essential Oils Only ~ All Natural ~ No Fragrances~ Chemical Free ~ Soy Free*

Ginger Spice Latte Candle ~ Essential Oils Only ~ All Natural ~ No Fragrances~ Chemical Free ~ Soy Free*

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Ginger Spice Latte Candle ~ Essential Oils Only ~ All Natural ~ No Fragrances~ Chemical Free ~ Soy Free*

Essential Oil Candle ~ All Natural

Ginger Essential Oil, Nutmeg Essential Oil, Cinnamon Essential Oil, Cassia Essential Oil, Vanilla Essential Oil w/ Pumpkin Spice Whole Coffee Beans
in Amber glass with lid

Organic Beeswax & Organic Coconut Wax Blend ~ for superior scent throw *

Mantra: β€œMother Earth, I pay homage to the fullness of your beauty and divine perfection. You are abundant with Life, always rebirthing from season to season. I respect your land, waters, air, and all inhabitants. May all align with your perfect regenerative power.”

β€œMy being here is the greatest miracle of all. The fact that I'm alive right now, on earth as I am, with people I love around me... this is a gift. And I am grateful for it.
My cells respond to everything I tell them. Today I tell them loving thoughts, helpful thoughts, grateful thoughts. My body responds with healing.”

β€œThe rhythm of the body, the melody of the mind and the harmony of the soul create the symphony of life.” – B.K.S. Iyengar

~ Ginger is used in aromatherapy to bring on feelings of courageousness and self-assurance, which is why it's known as β€œthe oil of empowerment.” It helps address feelings of powerlessness, patterns of fears of victimization, and creating an inner fire and strength to step into a role of leader in one's own life.

~ The Nutmeg tree (Myristica fragrans) originates from the secluded Banda Islands of Indonesia. The Arabs are thought to be the first to chance upon the obscure spice, and, in an attempt to hide its location, began to narrate stories and legends about its roots. Nutmeg later entered European trading, and only the well-off could afford to spend lavishly to experience its earthy, spicy-sweet taste and scent. Then, when medieval doctors claimed that it could be the only antidote to the Black Death pandemic, prices for the already-expensive spice soared exorbitantly. The battle over Nutmeg only intensified in the 1600s, when the Dutch began the infamous 'Nutmeg Wars' on the soils of the Banda Islands, only ending after the English invaded the region and successfully re-distributed the seeds towards East Asia.
Nutmeg essential oil has a long reputation as being helpful for a variety of physical and psychological conditions, and is thought to exhibit anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant, carminative, energizing, cleansing, and pain-relieving properties. Its chemical composition is comprised mainly of monoterpene hydrocarbons (roughly 80% or more), including Sabinene, Pinene, and Limonene.

Used in aromatherapy, the warming scent of Nutmeg oil is well suited to promote sleep, calm the senses, and induce a sense of relaxation. It can be inhaled at the end of a long, tiring day to alleviate fatigue and revive one's mood and energy levels.

~ Vanilla is a member of the orchid family. The plant is native to South and Central America and the Caribbean. Vanilla is the second most expensive spice in the world because its production is so labor-intensive. The yellowish-green flowers of vanilla grow as a clinging vine, reaching heights of up to 300 feet.
The first people believed to have cultivated vanilla were the Totonac tribe of Mexico. The Aztecs were introduced to vanilla when they conquered the Totonacs in the 15th Century. The Spanish later attained it when they conquered the Aztecs. The Aztecs considered vanilla a sacred herb and used it in ritual offerings, as a perfume and for medicine.
Vanilla is associated with water and Venus, and is commonly found in soothing, calming, personal empowerment, good luck, and love rituals. Vanilla incense is burned to attract love, increase desires, and to improve the powers of the mind

~ Cinnamon has a long medicinal and religious history, dating back to ancient times. In Egypt, the spice was used in the mummification process to preserve the body. In China, cinnamon was used for healing. Medieval physicians used cinnamon in medicines to treat coughing, hoarseness, and sore throats. Cinnamon was also valued for its anti-bacterial properties.
The spice is found in the inner bark of the cinnamon tree. Cinnamonum verum is considered the purest of the cinnamon species, while other species are more accurately referred to as "cassia." Their flavors are subtly different, but there is no magical difference between the two.
Both Cinnamonum verum and cassia species are associated with fire and the sun.
Cinnamon a native of Ceylon, cinnamon is a member of the laurel family. The tree grows about 30 feet high with clusters of yellow and white flowers. It’s very fragrant bark yields a golden yellow oil, which was used as an ingredient of the anointing oil
Seeing that, cinnamon originated in Ceylon in the fourteenth century A.D., that mentioned in the Old Testament (cinnamon) is native to China and was transplanted to Palestine and surrounding countries 1650 B.C. Its bark contained a very aromatic oil used as a perfume
Cinnamon is one of the most delicious and healthiest spices on the planet. It can lower blood sugar levels, reduce heart disease risk factors and has a plethora of other impressive health benefits
Cinnamon oil has a variety of health and beauty benefits. It can be used as an antibacterial and antifungal agent. It can also be used in aromatherapy as a relaxant.

~ Cassia derived from Hebrew "quddah", meaning "amber" or "quetsioth", meaning "bark like cinnamon". Greek work is "kasia" meaning trees that resemble acacias. Cassia was contained in the recipe for the Holy Anointing Oil given to Moses? The blend included Myrrh, Cassia, Cinnamon, Calamus and olive oil! Cassia's properties are Calming and relaxing.
Although Cassia oil is considered a hotter oil than Cinnamon, I find the energy vibration of the oil softer. I would consider cinnamon an oil that is more of a purgative on an energetic level, while Cassia takes a quieter more gentle approach.

Cassia essential oil helps to release the energy of worthless, unimportant and suppression that keeps us separate from our higher self and our divine source, which is why it was used in the Holy Anointing Oil given to Moses.

This oil helps us know that each of us are free and have an important part to play in our own and others spiritual journey. But we need to recognize this for ourselves. It is only our self that really suppress’ our connection to God and our spiritual freedoms.

Premium Quality Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils
All Natural
No Chemicals
No Perfumes
Organic Ingredients
Palm Oil Free
Lead Free Wicks
Soy Free
~ Soy is genetically modified poison, please omit from your diet, do not burn it and allow your family to inhale it’s chemicals all day, and do not support it’s use*

Also Offering A Vegan Wax Alternative option*
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*Trim Wick to 1/2 inch before burning and trim 1/4 inch before relighting when needed*
Never leave candle unattended or near other items.

Handmade by an Old Soul
~ The Birdcage ~
Beauty Botanicals

(all of our products are made in dark glass jars to avoid deterioration and protect the aromatic and therapeutic properties of our premium quality essential oils)


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