Mor veHadas Duo Set 5 ml each
Tell a deeper meaning of Purim by these two essential oils.
"The sense of smell is the most spiritual of all senses. The Hebrew word for “smell” (רֵיחַ) is cognate to the word for “spirit” (רוּחַ). The sages teach us that smell is the one and only sense that “the neshama -soul enjoys and not the body- haguf.” As noted, in Hebrew, “soul” is a permutation of Menasheh. The name Menasheh (מְנַשֶׁה) permutes to spell “soul” (נְשָׁמָה). Menasheh represents the sense to reveal the Divine soul in Israel.… In one place in the Torah, Moses is called Menasheh, for Menasheh is Moses (מֹשֶׁה) with an additional Nun.
The sense of smell is the only sense (of the five senses) that did not participate, and thereby was not blemished or polluted, in the sin of man in the Gan Aden. It is the sense which saved the Jewish people in the time of Mordechai and Esther, who are called Mor veHadas (“Myrrh and Myrtle-Hadas,” the two primary sources of fragrance).
Furthermore, it is explicitly stated that the sense of Mashiach is the sense of smell. “And he shall smell with the awe of God”—”he shall judge by smell” (rather than by sight or hearing. Isaiah 11:3; Sanhedrin 93b). By his sense of smell (his “neshama-soul”) the Mashiach will know how to connect each Jewish soul to its Divine root, and thereby identify its tribe (branch) in Israel.” R.S. 2011 ©
Myrtle 5 ml Organic
Leaf & Flower
Comes with Purim theme items also so you can give as a gift….Good Purim!