Patchouli Essential Oil: .5 fl oz – Aura Cacia 100% Pure

$20.00 (USD)

Aura Cacia Essential Oil: PATCHOULI, .5 fl oz.

pogostemon cablin from Indonesia

Description: 100% Pure Essential Oil by Aura Cacia. “Patchouli: pogostemon cablin” – 1/2 fl. oz. from Indonesia. Product Dimensions: approx. 3 x 1 x 1 inches ; approx. 1.8 ounces – jar, lid, and oil. Shipping weight: approx. 7 ounces.

Aroma: Rich, Earthy, sweet, balsamic, woody and spicy.

Aspects / Astrology / Powers / Folklore: Feminine; Planet: Saturn; Element: Earth; Powers: Money, Fertility, Lust. As the essence is a rich earthy smell it also invokes Earth magic, especially that in stability, prosperity, and money spells, incense, and mixtures. Sprinkle it on money, add to purse and wallets, and place around the base of green candles to lure money into your life. It is also used in fertility talismans and a substitute for graveyard dust in spellcraft. It can be added to love sachets, spells, and baths. In modern American voodoo-based ritual it is used for “separation” (historically not used as such) as traditionally patchouli is used to attract people and promote lust. This is a difference of belief systems.

Cautions: If Pregnant, injured or ill with any medical condition or if taking other medications, consult a doctor or adviser before use. Dilute properly, may irritate skin. This product is not for internal use. Keep out of reach from children.

Indications: Sensualizing, romantic, soothing, exotic, sensual.

Ingredients: pogostemon cablin pure essential oil.

Suggested Uses: Add a few drops of oil to your favorite lotion, massage oil or aromatherapy diffuser. For free thoughts: Add 10 drops patchouli to 1/4 cup of water in a candle lamp diffuser. To moisturize skin: Use 1 drop each of patchouli, carrot seed oil, and rose oil per 1sp. unscented lotion.

UPC: 051381911300

To learn more about Patchouli, visit ourPatchouli page. (note: page pending, expected publication by May 2014)

Recommended Reading / References:

  • Aura Cacia undated Product Labels. Product Labels referenced 2/11/14.
  • Cunningham, Scott 1992 Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs. Llewellyn: St. Paul, Minnesota. ISBN: 0-87542-122-9
  • Worwood, Valerie Ann 1991 “The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy”. New World Library:
    San Rafael, California. ISBN: 0-931432-82-0.

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