Sage and Citrus Synergy Essential Oil Blend
MADE IN ISRAEL
Aroma: Herbaceous, citrus, woodsy, powdery aroma with deep complex notes.
Ingredients: Dalmation Sage, Jerusalem Sage, Clary Sage, Lime, Grapefruit, Bergamot (FCF) Juniper, Etrog Citron, Geranium, Frankincense Boswella Sacra, Cedar Atlas, Wild Israeli Lavender Nard, Patchouli Heart Note, with just a hint of Jerusalem Mint, and Spearmint. This is a Proprietary blend so ingredients will only be listed here on our website, not on the bottle label.
Blended for Peace, Harmony, and Purification in the environment and remove negative energy. Sage and Citrus Synergy Blend is a complex aroma that captures the clean fresh essences of deep earthy sage, Israeli lemon, and Israeli lime with other citrus aromas that give it a luxurious powdery deep cleansing fresh aroma. Sage and Citrus are made up of only pure essential oils, making a purifying harmonious aroma. Also makes a perfect “Welcome Home Gift.”
Benefits are warming, bright, relaxing, peaceful, purifying, fresh, rejuvenating. Help eliminate negative energy, thoughts, and feelings. It opens the heart and mind to release stress and anxiety as well as fear. Slows anger, increases joy, and serenity. Gives you a sense of purpose, focus, and direction. Useful for prayer and meditation time to help keep your focus. Mix with Carrier Oil and apply for pain relief and headache relief.
Biblical Meaning of Ingredients:
Sage means Solitude, Citrus means Joy, Frankincense means Purity, Cedar means Strength, Nard to Lift Up, and Mint means to Soothe.
Biblical Inspiration for this Synergy Blend:
Genesis 22:2, Psalms 141:2, Exodus 25:6, Exodus 30:7-8, Prov 30:4
Interesting to note the search of the countryside, on hillsides, in valleys and in the desert of Israel for a likely plant model for the menorah as described in Exodus was found by Ephraim and Hannah Hareuveni came up with likely floral candidates as the model for the menorah. In their conviction that the plants of the Bible could be found growing in the soil of Israel.
They discovered that Israel is rich in salvias or sages (over twenty types), and that several among them bear a remarkable resemblance to the basic design of the Temple described menorah, not only when dried and pressed (when the calyxes, the envelope that holds the blooms, are very prominent), but even when the plants are growing in the ground. The interesting part is sage grows and is native to Israel and grows many parts of the middle east so it would be hard to imagine how this plant could be the inspiration to carry out the command to make the Golden Menorah according to G-d’s instructions and measurement. I personally love the aroma of sage and its many beneficial healing properties for both emotional and physical aspects.
Salvias are members of the mint family, which means they have square-sided stems and are usually strongly aromatic, their leaves rich in essential oils. The menorah salvias are perennial small shrubs, growing from two and a half to three feet tall, and are often heavily musk-scented, attracting bees to their blooming flowers. These are small and two-lipped, ranging in color from light yellow to pinks, lilacs, and violet-purple, growing prolifically around the plant’s stem in showy whorls from distinctive calyxes. Leaves, usually rough in texture and tapered, occur mainly at the base of the plant.
This allows the branches to show off their esthetically pleasing menorah-like design without distractions. The Hareuvenis gave the native salvias the Hebrew name Moriah for the hill country, land of Moriah in the Bible, where they flourish and where Abraham went with Isaac.