An exotic hand-rolled blend of flora, spices, and resins from India. Nag Champa offers a sweet, slightly woodsy smell that many people describe as calming, warming and dewy. For some, the smell is reminiscent of jasmine or magnolia flowers, the forest, or even tea. This aromatic incense with its sweet, yet earthy fragrance will enhance any mood or environment.
Nag Champa perfume ingredients vary with the manufacturer, though generally they include Sandalwood and Magnolia which, as the plant is related to star anise, it gives the scent a somewhat spicy note. The finished product and scent are dependent on the ratios of these aspects within the blend. The variability within each derivative of Nag Champa makes our specific blend within the CBD Candle bespoke and original.
Lemongrass & White Patchouli
Lemongrass looks a little like an oversized spring onion with the same swollen base, but with a woodier stalk and composed of tightly packed grey-green leaves. The fragrance and flavour are unique - lemony, but sweet - and is quite subtle until the stalk is cut or bashed, at which time the oil is extracted.
It is used by healthcare providers to treat digestive problems and high blood pressure. In fact, lemongrass is popular in helping to relieve stress and anxiety. Primarily it is utilised to relieve digestive issues and to reduce bodily aches and pains. Due to its ability to reduce fever, Lemongrass earned the name “fever grass” and in some cultures its renowned for its use within “fever teas”.
Originating from tropical climates within South Asia, White Patchouli is a strongly scented shrub. The essential oil is extracted from the Patchouli plant which sports highly distinctive flowers in an almost cone shape, that blossom up between its leaves. This plant comes from the same family of other, more well-known herbs, such as mint, sage and lavender. It helps easing symptoms of conditions like colds, headaches and even helps relieving damped periods of anxiety. One other interesting effect of White Patchouli is the repressing of appetite and hunger, diffusing that craving for a slightly unhealthy treat.
Is a one of forty-seven known species of flowering plants in the mint family. It is native to Africa, Asia and Europe and has been used in herbal medicine dating back to ancient Egypt. During this period lavender oil played a role in the mummification process then in later times, became a bath additive in several regions, including Persia, ancient Greece and Rome. These cultures believed that lavender helped purify the body and mind.
Since ancient times, lavender has been used as a pain relief. It can be used to help relieve stress and anxiety, improve moods, and even help with insomnia. Studies have even suggested that consuming lavender as a tea can help digestive issues such as vomiting and gas, as well as an upset stomach.
Neroli comes from the blossom of the bitter orange tree, it is extracted by the process of steam distillation whereby steam is passed through the plant biomass. The steam breaks up the plant micro particles and separates the volatile and non-volatile organic compounds as they rise.
Neroli offers a distinctive, spicy aroma with sweet and flowery notes combined amongst citrus and honey. It is said the oil has a balancing effect on those that wear it. Neroli can help quiet the mind and ease stress. Some evidence suggests it has benefits around depression, anxiety, high blood pressure, PMS and menopausal symptoms.
It's also said that it can reduce the levels of cortisol in the brain. Cortisol is the principal hormone secreted from the adrenal gland- it’s a major component of our bodies inbuilt alarm system. By reducing levels of Cortisol, you simultaneously bring down your own levels of stress and anxiety.
This classic scent contains a blend of Cedar Wood, Sage, Patchouli, Bergamot, Tree Moss, Geranium, Lavender, Vasil, and Vetiver. Sandalwood, which comes from mature East Indian sandalwood trees. This scent has a long history in ancient cultures for its scent and health benefits.
Sandalwood is known to calm your mind and body and put you in a meditative state where you can find inner peace. Because of these properties, it is known to be a natural healing option for those who may have anxiety, nervousness, and depression, helping those in search of mental clarification.
Besides calming your mind, sandalwood is known to have sedative effects that are perfect for those with insomnia. Because of these sedative effects it can also be used to help with headaches and migraines.