Provenance: Maharashtra State, India
An invitation to escape! This bright and voluptuous summery exotic is truly one of our most unforgettable classic fragrances. Accords of fresh guava flowers, monsoon rain, white peppercorns, laurel leaves and the warm skin-gripping embrace of clear floral musk. A succulent expression of tropical freshness – this delicious, mouth-watering fragrance is sure to inspire praise, curiosity and acclaim from friends (and strangers!) alike. So addictive!
Extract Process: Deg & Bhapka
Maturity: Fresh (Less Than One Year)
Aromatic Profile: Intensely Tropical and Rich; Sweet Guava Topnote with Slightly Musky and Peppery Herbal undertones; A Very Deep and Floral Tea-Like Drydown
Therapeutic Properties: Strengthens & Nourishes the Immune System; Improves Eyesight; Rejuvenates Skin; Anti-Viral & Anti-Microbial; Anti-Inflammatory; Anti-Cancer Properties; Super Rejuvenative; Rich in Anti-Oxidants; Strong Analgesic
Metaphysical Effects: Detoxifying and Cleansing; Boosts Passion and Romance; Remembering Past Lives; Sensuality and Charisma; Boosts Feelings of Self-Worth and Self-Respect; Instills Happiness and Carefree Joy; Balance, Inner Harmony & Peace of Mind; Inspiration and Creativity
Chakra Activated: Heart and Sacral
Did you know: The guava tree was first introduced to India in the early 1700’s by Portuguese settlers from Brazil.
Note: The ancient Mayans considered the guava tree and all its products to be sacred as so much of their everyday life was entrenched with it in one way or the other. Every noble family would have its own tree and having a guava tree was a sign of wealth and superior social status.
Why is that so noteworthy? The Mayans utilized every part of this fruit tree: its flowers, leaves, wood and, of course, its nutritious fruit. The wood was used to build sacred images and for ceremonial fires. The leaves were used in dyes and wrappers for tobacco (Mayan cigarillos). The fruit as food, teas and medicine. Lastly, the white flowers were used in medicinal tinctures and as offerings to the altar of Goddess Ixchel, deity of the Moon, Water, Sexuality and Good Health.
Rest Assured: The flowers and leaves in this oil are responsibly wild-harvested. The oil is free of all pesticides, glycerin, alcohol, chemicals and all other fillers.
More Info? Go to the Do’s & Don’ts Tab Above!
This essential oil is super concentrated and is meant to be applied neat in a very minute amount. Please exercise caution.
Apply minutely to wrists, bare shoulders, behind knees and your hair. Your choice!
Don’t want to wear it? No problem. Even by simply breathing the fragrance of the oil right from the bottle can have amazing therapeutic effects on the psyche! Try it!
Do dilute this essential oil in a carrier oil. Try our Organic Apricot Kernel Oil. It is great for scent dilution. We suggest 2-3 drops of this essential oil with one ounce of Apricot Kernel Oil. However, if you think that the fragrance is still not as strong as you’d like, then go ahead and add more drops of the essential oil to the carrier until you have it just right.
Do use this essential oil in an oil diffuser to fragrance your living space. Consider our Copper Aromatherapy Burner. This burner requires very little oil to create an amazing aromatic experience. Simply add some water to the copper bowl, light a candle underneath and add a touch of oil to the water. You’re in scent heaven!
Keep away from small children and pets.
We highly recommend exercising caution when applying any oil to your skin if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or on certain medications. Please consult a physician.
Do not apply oil on mucous membranes, broken skin, cuts and/or open wounds.
Do not ingest this oil. It is for topical use only and for adding to an aromatherapy diffuser. If ingested, consult a physician or poison control center immediately.
Although this oil is made to be worn on skin it may still cause skin irritation in some individuals; a skin test is highly recommended prior to use. Contact with eyes should be avoided. For external use only.