Like Clay therapy, the use of aromatic plants for religious, medical, cosmetic and magikal purposes have been used by various civilizations throughout history. Aromatherapy today is a well-known holistic therapy assisting with physical and emotional health and well-being.
Essential oils can affect us physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. The TL Collection has created a range of body sprays using pure essential oils. Please Note: essential oils should be used with caution during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Clove, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Lavender
This is our take on the medieval blend that according to folklore was used to protect people from catching the plague! Our blend is perfect as the winter is now upon us – it is great to spray in a sick room, on bed linen and, of course yourself, to help ward off or minimize the effects of colds and flu.
Heaven’s Scent – Lavender
The use of Lavender has been documented for thousands of years and may be one of the Western World’s most popular plants. Lavender is also gaining in popularity as being the herb of love, maybe because it encourages deep relaxation.
The TL Collection spray has many uses, for example spray some on your pillow to aid meditation, stimulate dream recall, and assist with sleep. Lavender is a natural disinfectant and its scent masks many house-hold smells as it cleans, freshens and deodorizes.
Uplifting Ylang Ylang, Rosewood, Bergamot
This is a wonderful spray to help lift your spirits, clarify your mind, and assist confidence and inner strength. Ylang Ylang is used to attract love, enhance sensuality, and helps to let go of guilt and other negative emotions. Spray some in the morning and have a happy day.
Anti-Depressant Bergamot, Lime, Jasmin, Grapefruit
A wonderful blend to elevate your spirit, revitalise your mind, and help overcome despondency. Keep a bottle handy to spray when you need to increase your inner strength, reawaken lost interest, restore mental and emotional peace, and overcome self-doubt, insecurities and negative emotions. © Linda Philip