Patchouli Earth – Patchouli, Frankincense, Lavender & Myrrh


Great for Hair, Skin, Grounding, Earthing

Everybody’s favorite when it comes to grounding with yet an earthy fragrance. This little succulent morsel is favored by Patchouli’s Earthy tones. It has a natural way to make your skin look youthful and rejuvenated. Patchouli essential oil has properties that help in toning            and tightening the skin, thereby slowing down the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of aging. Along with Frankincense, Lavender & Myrrh is a win, win combination.

Frankincense is one of my favorite go to oils. It’s derived from the Boswellia carteri Trees in Africa and Asia. Frankincense smells aromatic, slightly resinous, citrusy, and peppery.  It features rosemary and pine undertones mixed with a slightly smoky odor. It smells sweeter when turned into essential oil.  But upward and onward, Frankincense is the King of Oils hands down! With a vibrational frequency of 147 MHz, it is truly a powerhouse passed down through the ages.  Internationally revered and used as a bartering commodity, Frankincense has also been used for centuries throughout many lifetimes for medicinal, beautifying, spiritual & meditating practices.  It tends to help reduce arthritis as an anti-inflammatory, while reducing stress, boosting the immune system and help to reduce cysts.

Scriptures: Exodus 30:34; Leviticus 2:1, 1, 15, 16: 5:11, 6:15 & 24:47 Numbers 5:15; 16:46-50, Matthew 2:11 (Three Wise Men’s visit), Revelations 18:13

Frankincense, a Monoterpene, reprograms cellular memory, promoting permanent healing. Holy Anointing Oil, Frankincense is used to enhance meditation and elevate spiritual consciousness. It has been said to have been used to anoint the newborn sons of kings and priests, which may have been why it was brought to the baby Jesus.

  • Promotes Cellular Regeneration
  • Immune Builder
  • Stimulates body’s production of white corpuscles.
  • Helps with fine lines, wrinkles, herpes, cancer & skin conditions.


Myrrh is a gum-resin extracted from several small, thorny tree species of the genus Comephora. Myrrh resin has been used throughout history as a perfume, incense and medicine which smells like a woody aromatic tree resin. It has a medicinal smell that is typically sweet, smoky, and astringent. Myrrh has a spicy quality to its smell, unlike other resins which means it has a cooling scent even when smelt in high heat. Myrrh is often associated with spiritual healing, protection, and purification. With a Vibrational Frequency of 105 MHz, it has been widely used in many religious and spiritual traditions for prayer, meditation, and rituals, often in the form of incense, resin, or essential oils.  In ancient Egypt, Myrrh was used to embalm the dead along with linen and natron. The resin both perfumed and preserved the body of the deceased.

Myrrh has many magical and spiritual powers that include 5 main properties:

  • Purification, Consecration
  • Cleansing
  • Protection
  • Banishing

Scriptures:  Genesis 37:25, 43:11, Exodus 30:23, Ester 2:12, Psalms 45:8, Mark 15:23

  • Also anti-inflammatory, Myrrh promotes hair growth, stimulates the hair scalp while promoting hair growth by improving blood circulation.
  • It can strengthen the roots and strands of hair, reducing hair fall and breakage.
  • Myrrh oil has anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties, which can help maintain a healthy scalp by combating dandruff and other scalp conditions.
  • It can help to moisturize and condition the hair, making it softer and more manageable.
  • Myrrh oil can add a healthy shine to hair, making it look more vibrant and healthier.


Myrrh is so very thick, rich, and gooey, I love the richness of Myrrh!


Lavender is Universally known for its calming properties, improving mood, sleep, and mental health, reducing stress, anxiety, pain, inflammation, nausea, and headaches, killing bacteria, funguses, and viruses.       Its vibrational frequency is 118 MHz, and widely known for healing or rapid restoration from minor burns, bug bites, and acne. Will also assist in treating hair loss, depression, and chemotherapy side effects.

In addition to its practical uses, lavender also has a rich spiritual history and symbolism. In many cultures and traditions, lavender is seen as a sacred plant with spiritual significance and deep spiritual meaning.

Ancient texts tell us that Lavender is a plant that has been used for centuries for its medicinal properties. It contains several bioactive substances, including terpenes, polyphenols, and flavonoids, which are thought to have health benefits. Here are some of the potential health benefits of lavender:

  • Insomnia: Lavender has been used to help people with insomnia or other sleep disorders. Research suggests that breathing in lavender’s aroma could improve sleep quality.
  • Anxiety: Lavender may provide support for people with anxiety. A large meta-analysis from 2019 found that people with anxiety disorders who took 160-milligram lavender oil capsules experienced significant decreases in anxiety.
  • Headaches: Inhaling lavender essential oil may help relieve headaches.
  • Chemotherapy side effects: Some studies suggest that inhaling lavender essential oil may help reduce chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
  • Acne: Lavender oil may help reduce acne.
  • Burns: Applying lavender oil to burns may help promote wound healing and reduce inflammation.
  • Eczema and dry skin: Lavender oil may help soothe eczema and dry skin.
  • Note: Spiritual traditions, lavender is associated with the divine feminine and the goddess. It is often used in rituals and ceremonies that honor the goddess, and it is said to promote a connection to the feminine energy of the universe. Lavender is also associated with the third eye chakra, which is associated with intuition and spiritual awareness.


Oh, My Goodness! Patchouli is a full bodied earthy, sweet, resinous oil, which is warm, radiant, and inviting to the senses. Naturally grown & in either Indonesia or India, has been prized throughout the centuries for being a powerful attraction oil with sensuous notes. A sedative in low doses and a stimulant in higher doses, inhalation of patchouli oil can leave you feeling breathless and overstimulate your senses. Use it sparingly as a little goes a long way!

Patchouli Earth is an excellent shea or oil for grounding and/or making big decisions.

It’s therapeutic benefits, such as promoting relaxation, reducing stress and anxiety, and improving mood. …

Patchouli is a flowering plant in the deadnettle family that has been used for centuries in spiritual rituals. It is believed to have physical healing capabilities as well as a multitude of spiritual benefits.

Here are some of the spiritual benefits of patchouli:

Grounding and balancing: Patchouli is said to be a grounding and balancing oil that can help promote feelings of peace and calm.

  • Anti-inflammatory: Patchouli has anti-inflammatory properties that can help alleviate headaches, burns, and insect bites.
  • Aphrodisiac: Patchouli has been known to represent love and fertility since its origins in India.
  • Creativity booster: Patchouli is said to boost creativity and bring good luck.


  • Organic Raw Shea Butter
  • Coconut Oil
  • Cocoa Butter
  • Vitamin E
  • Mustard Seed
  • Castor Oil
  • Frankincense
  • Lavender
  • Patchouli & Myrrh Therapeutic Grade Essential

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