Chaparral Absolute Essential Oil
Sticky semi-viscous dark deep rich green-amber brown oil
Its Aroma is the scent of crisp rain during and after a desert rainstorm. It has a slightly sweet scent that has this electric high energy smokey aroma to it that is alluring to envelop you to open your mind and senses. Chaparral received its nickname, creosote bush, due to the fragrant smell that comes from it which smells very much like rain and is also an earthy petrichor rain-drenched soil.
We are the first and currently the only producer of this extraordinary unique absolute oil in the USA.
Chaparral Absolute is extracted by Organic natural ethanolic extraction of the concrete, and is produced from fresh-picked Arizoa Chaparral resinous whole plant of leaves, stems, and sweet yellow flowers from the desert and is soaked for several weeks in a sugar cane extraction and then strained and the process is repeated 3 times, After straining the last time of soaking it is then placed in a high-pressure vacuum crucible chamber machine. Hours later you have a stunning absolute oil. Batches are small and oh-so-wonderful. This is a marvelous extraction process to behold.
I believe it is the high-quality Chaparral from Arizona that makes it so very special. The material is organically wild handpicked with care and integrity. There is so much time, money, and work that goes into this oil. I believe this is one oil you will want in your perfume-making aromatics collection.
Chaparral Absolute Essential Oil also known as Creosote Bush is a perfect smell of rain hitting the earth and can completely overwhelm you with its aroma giving you an unforgettable sensory experience of the true essence of the desert.
Chaparral Creosote bush is used for a wide variety of therapeutic purposes including, but limited to, acne, joint pain, dry feet, bug bites, burns, itching, small minor cuts and wounds, dry skin and scalp, fungus, hemorrhoid relief, muscle cramps, inflammation and more!
There are many therapeutic topical applications that are safe if used in moderation externally. Larrea tridentata, known as Creosote Bush, Créosotier, Greasewood, Hediondilla, Jarilla, and Larreastat, is a particular herbaceous woody shrub that is native to the deserts in the southwestern region of the United States and the northern region of Mexico, and Negev Desert of Israel. This Oil is made from Arizona Desert Chaparral`
It is said that Chaparral is one of the oldest, living plants on Earth. One specimen in the Mojave Desert is called the “King Clone,” it is believed it has been on earth since its creation. Quite possibly was an original plant found in the Garden Eden.
For centuries, it has been used by the Native American Indian tribes in Southwestern North America and the Amerindians from South America in herbal medical remedies through many different application methods. Rabbinical sources such as the Rambam briefly say the plants have many healing qualities too numerous to list. This herb does grow wild in the Middle East and Asia but in smaller quantities.
Recommended for not only its therapeutic value but also recommended to be used during prayer during the holiday at the end of Sukkot called Shemini Atzeret. This is a holiday which is a special time and season to pray for rain in the Land of Israel.
Prayer for Rain: Tefilat Geshem The Prayer for Rain consists essentially of two beautiful and moving prayer poems, composed by the famous paytan, Rabbi Elazar ha Kallir, who lived about 1300 years ago. The first of these begins with the word Af Bri, which is the name of the angel of rain.
Texts of Inspiration:
Joel 2:23 Be glad then, you children of Zion, and rejoice in Adonai your God: for He hath given you the former rain moderately, and He will cause to come down for you the rain, the former rain, and the latter rain in the first month
Isaiah 35:1 The Desert and the parched land will be glad; the wilderness will rejoice and blossom. like the crocus,
Hosea 10:12 Sow righteousness for yourselves, reap the fruit of unfailing love, and break up your unplowed ground; for it is time to seek Adonai, until he comes and showers his righteousness on you.
Leviticus 26:4 then I shall give you rains in their season so that the land will yield its produce and the trees of the field will bear their fruit.
Psalm 68:9 You shed abroad a plentiful rain, O G-d; You confirmed Your inheritance when it was parched.
This herbal oil has been described as Petrichor which is the smell from the rain as when rain water enters the earth pores the aerosol releases from the earth which is the causes of smell of rain.The word is constructed from Greek petra (πέτρα), meaning “stone”, and īchōr means the fluid that flows.
Traditional & Historical Therapeutic Uses of Chaparral.
Chaparral teaches us abundance in its aroma and healing properties! There is abundance of everything on this planet, yet we have been conditioned to believe otherwise and live in fear. Let go of your ego, your fear and it will dissolve. This plant can teach us that may look small, plain, and insignificant, but packs a powerful aroma will give so much healing.
Directions: 1 drop to 1 Tsp of olive oil, hemp seed oil, or pumpkin seed oil as a carrier. then apply
Not to be used by a person with a coagulation disorder such as Hemophilia, VWD, or is taking Warfarin blood thinners.
Warnings: For topical use only. Keep away from Eye area. Do not ingest. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if pregnant or lactating.
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Rambam Medical Writing Vol 2
Rambam Medicinal plants by Nissim Krispil
Talmud, Sukkah 28b
Excerpted from The Complete Story of Tishrei, published and copyright by Kehot Publication Society, Brooklyn NY
Published on: Mar 3, 2016 @ 22:38 at aytzchayim.com
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