Bath Salts – Sage & Genko

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Sage and Genko bath salts – Clarity

Genko (dried herb), Sage (dried herb), New Zealand sea salt, Himalayan Rock salt,Epsom Salts

Vibration of Agate.  Made with the new moon in cancer

Colours; Yellow, Pink, Green and Purple

Sage; symbolises domestic virtue, wisdom, skill, esteem, longevity, good health and brings protection.To be “sage” means to be wise, this term comes from the belief that sage was thought to impart wisdom and improve memory.

Sage is prized in many cultures for its healing and medicinal properties, which include antiseptic, digestive and antibacterial uses

Sage contains relatively high levels of thujone but heating sage to make an infusion eliminates much of the chemical, so the risk from medicinal amounts is negligible.

Genko; Yellow first and foremost, this tree brings joy.  It is used to thin the blood thus improving circulation.  Genko is used to improve memory and helps open the lungs and clear aliments stemming from blockages associated with this area.

‘We accept the responsibility to cultivate the intention for living each day as a loving, heartful, mindfully, compassionate being.

We recognizing the sources of suffering is a compassionate act in itself.

We are clear, seeing of the causes of suffering leads us to the desire to end all forms of our own suffering and the suffering of others’

nb; not a bath for pregnant mama’s.

*image by ‘happychan’ at flickr (thanks so much Happychan)

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