Aromatherapy Candles

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Aromatherapy Candles

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These candles are made from therapeutic grade essential oils and soy wax.

Soy wax is a cleaner burning alternative to paraffin candles; emitting no toxins, carcinogens or pollutants, which means it's less likely to trigger allergies. Soy wax also burns cooler and thus lasts longer than paraffin candles (30+ hours on medium & large sizes)!

Reiki charging of the candles is done per request for no additional cost. Please just send along a message if you would like reiki charging! Intentions can also be woven into the candle as it is made, so please feel free to send along any special requests you'd like the candle to be for.

See below for more info on the different scents and their benefits!

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CEDARWOOD: Cedarwood has a comforting, reassuring and warming scent. It’s known to bring people together and improve personal outlook and self-esteem. Aside from its many amazing physical properties, cedarwood is a more grounding, earthy scent that can help you relax and feel more connected to yourself and others.

CINNAMON: Cinnamon is a strong and familiar scent, used often in potpourri and perfumes. It is a warming and comforting scent, often associated with calming the senses while increasing brain function. Studies have shown that cinnamon can help with memory retention. A very warm and delicious scent, these candles are sure to uplift and envelop a space.

EUCALYPTUS: Eucalyptus is an essential oil most often used for its clarifying and refreshing effects. As an aromatherapy, it is often used to help combat mental fatigue, invigorating the mind and senses. It is a mental stimulant, helping to battle mental sluggishness. It is also known for its affinity with the respiratory system. As a cooling decongestant, eucalyptus is often used to help stimulate mucous movement.

LAVENDER: Lavender is a calming and relaxing scent. Lavender is often known for its ability to uplift moods, relax the body and mind as well as function as a mild sedative. Its scent helps to calm and disperse thoughts and put the nervous system at ease. Helping to relax and unwind, lavender is also best known for its ability to encourage sleep.

LEMON: Lemon essential oil is calming in nature and therefore helps in removing mental fatigue, exhaustion, dizziness, anxiety, nervousness and nervous tension. It has the ability to refresh the mind by creating a positive mindset and removing negative emotions. It is also believed that inhaling lemon oil helps in increasing concentration and alertness.

PATCHOULI: Patchouli is a very grounding and centering scent. Known best for its ability to uplift mood, drive away disappointment, and relax tension, patchouli oil is often used in the treatment of depression. By stimulating the release of pleasure hormones like serotonin and dopamine, feelings of anxiety, anger, and sadness begin to fade away. Also used as an aphrodisiac, patchouli can help calm the body and mind and shift both physical and mental spaces to those more open to sensuality.

PEPPERMINT: Peppermint is a very uplifting and rejuvenating scent. Often known for its stimulating and cooling qualities, peppermint essential oil is used to awaken the senses and combat depression, anxiety and mental fatigue. An invigorating scent, peppermint is sure to give you a refreshing jolt!

PINE NEEDLE: Pine needle, similar to white fir, has an energizing quality and can be effective for removing mental stress. Promoting mental clarity, it can also help remove anxiety and nervous tension. Finally, it has been shown to be quite useful for people suffering from weakened concentration and memory loss.

SAGE: Sage is a cleansing and clearing scent. Often used to stimulate the mind and "clear" out mental fatigue and depression. Sage has a dispersing quality and thus is often associated with moving energies; using sage to smudge a space involves clearing the stuck or negative energies out of a room or area in order to start fresh. Burning a sage candle can help clear out mental chatter, stuck energies in both bodies and spaces, as well as uplift the senses.

TEA TREE: Tea Tree is an essential oil most often used for its dispersing and antibacterial properties. As an aromatherapy, tea tree is a moving scent. Often used to help with focus, tea tree can help clarify and refresh the mind and senses.

WHITE FIR: White Fir is an uplifting, energizing and stress relieving scent. It has the double benefit of providing stimulation while also helping to calm frayed nerves. Great for when you're feeling unstable or tried, white fir can help you come back into focus.

WHITE THYME: White Thyme is often used in aromatherapy to stimulate the mind, strengthen memory and concentration, and calm the nerves. It has an invigorating aspect that disperses scattered thoughts while helping to relax the nervous system.

WINTERGREEN: Wintergreen has an uplifting and dispersing effect and is known to relax while uplift mood. It has powerful, mentally stimulating effects that increase attentiveness and the vibration of one's body. Its strong aroma can also open, influence, and elevate the awareness of the senses, particularly the sensory system.

VANILLA LAVENDER: Vanilla and Lavender are both calming and relaxing scents. Vanilla is often known for its ability to uplift moods, relax the body and mind as well as function as a mild sedative. It's warming scent helps to calm and disperse thoughts and put the nervous system at ease. Similarly, lavender has an affinity for the nervous system; helping to relax and unwind, lavender is also best known for its ability to encourage sleep.

YLANG-YLANG: Ylang-ylang is a very sensual and relaxing. Most widely known for its anti-depressant qualities, ylang-ylang has been used to combat depression, anxiety, sadness and chronic stress. Also used for its aphrodisiac qualities, ylang-ylang is a wonderful scent to have in the bedroom.