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Witches Wheel Of The Year Ritual Blends

  • $18.00


Ritual Oil

10ml in a black glass bottle with dropper cap.

Clinical aromatherapist created blends to honour the natural cycles of the year. Use to anoint yourself, candles or spaces to help draw in and harness the energy.

Reflective of both southern and northern hemisphere localities. 

10ml = approx 200 drops

LUGHNASADH | Reflection - Transformation - Harvest

Southern Hemisphere 1-2nd February  // Northern Hemisphere 1-2nd August

Pronounced loo-nah-sah, this is a harvest festival honouring and accepting the Inevitable changes and transforming into a wiser version of ourselves.

Ingredients: Organic Jojoba Oil, Australian Lemon*, black pepper*, coriander*, cardamom*, Australian Mandarin*, everlasting*. *Essential Oils.

 

MABON | Autumn Equinox - Shadow Self - Balance

Southern Hemisphere 19-22nd March // Northern Hemisphere 21-24th September

A time for introspect, preparation and regaining a sense of balance and working through any regrets of summer an finding equilibrium.

Ingredients: Organic Jojoba Oil, Australian Orange*, Australian Manuka*, cardamom*, ginger*, nutmeg*. *Essential Oils.

SAMHAIN | Death + Rebirth - Ancestral Connections - Supernatural Veil

Southern Hemisphere 30th April // Northern Hemisphere 31st October

Use to call upon your ancestors or when wishing to connect with the other side. Embodies the energy of the Crone, the wisdom keeper. The veil is thin between realms.

Ingredients: Organic Jojoba Oil, Neroli*, Lavender*, Red Myrtle*, Thyme*, Australian Sandalwood*. *Essential Oils.

YULE | Winter Solstice - Restoration - Light in Darkness

Southern Hemisphere 20-23rd June // Northern Hemisphere 20-23rd December

Yule is about bringing back some warmth and light into the darkness of winter, and beginning the restoration and recovery process.

Ingredients: Organic Jojoba Oil, Red Myrtle*, Australian Sandalwood*, Australian Kanuka*, Australian Nerolina*, Dried Cinnamon. *Essential Oils.

 

IMBOLC | Innocence - First Light - Rebirth + Growth

Southern Hemisphere 1-2nd August// Northern Hemisphere 1-2nd February

A celebration where the Sun is emerging, growing stronger and the rebirth of maiden energy.

Ingredients: Organic Jojoba Oil, Australian Lemon*, black pepper*, coriander*, cardamom*, Australian Mandarin*, everlasting*. *Essential Oils.

 

OSTARA | Spring Equinox - Creation - Balance

Southern Hemisphere 21-24th September // Northern Hemisphere 19-22nd March

Ostara celebrates new life, fertility of the Earth, feelings of renewal, balance and creation.

Ingredients: Organic Jojoba Oil, Pink lotus, Australian grapefruit, frankincense, neroli, ylang ylang, Australian boronia, Australian Lemon.

 

BELTANE | Unions of Love - Sensuality - Passion

Southern Hemisphere 31st October // Northern Hemisphere 30th April

Spring festival of sacred sensuality and union. Spiritual veils are thin between realms.

Ingredients: Organic Jojoba Oil, Leptospermum petersonii Variety CT Geraniol (Australian Rose)*, Melaleuca ericifolia (Rosalina)*, Citrus paradisi (Grapefruit)*, Citrus reticulata (Australian Mandarin), Jasminum sambac (Jasmine)*. *Essential Oils.

LITHA | Summer Solstice - Joy + Fulfilment - Faerie Realms

Southern Hemisphere 20-23rd December // Northern Hemisphere 20-23rd June

A Fire festival marking the fulfilment of earth’s creations. A time of warmth, happiness and connection with elemental realms.

Ingredients: Organic Jojoba Oil, Lavandula angustifolia (Australian Lavender)*, Jasminum sambac (Jasmine)*, Boronia megastigma (Australian Boronia)*, Michelia alba (Magnolia flower)* *Essential Oils.

Blends created by Aromatherapy With Sarah for The Spiritual Toolbox

Safety Information

Each blend has been carefully designed with essential oil safety in mind by a clinical aromatherapist Aromatherapy With Sarah (DIP), with guidance from Tisserand, R., & Young, R. (2014). Essential Oil Safety. London: Churchill Livingstone and Salvatore Battaglia. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy (2017).

Beltane

Australian Rosalina essential oil : No contradictions. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 404) . Considered non- toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising (Battaglia, 2017, p. 495).

Rose Australian essential oil : Relatively new essential oil (2018). High in geranial which gives cautionary to sensitivity. Patch test first for sensitive skin. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 358) maximum dermal 0.6%.

Australian White Grapefruit (Cold pressed) essential oil : Contradictions : low risk phototoxic. Skin sensitisation if oxidised. Max dermal use level 4% (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 297) . Considered non- toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. Max dermal use level 4%. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 335).

Australian Mandarin (Cold pressed) essential oil : Very low risk skin sensitisation if oxidised. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 342) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 399).

Jasmine essential oil : Moderate risk of skin sensitisation. Max dermal level 0.7% (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 312) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and sensitisation can occur in some people (Battaglia, 2017, p. 348).

Lughnasadh (Lammas)

Australian Mandarin (Cold pressed) essential oil : Very low risk skin sensitisation if oxidised. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 342) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 399).

Organic Lemon (distilled) essential oil : No contradictions. Max dermal use level 20% (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 330) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and sensitisation can occur in some people (Battaglia, 2017, p. 382).

Black Pepper essential oil : Skin sensitisation if oxidised. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 385) . Considered non-sensitising and non-irritant. No contradictions known. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 180).

Coriander essential oil : No contradictions. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 260). Considered non-sensitising and non-irritant. No contradictions known. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 180).

Cardamon essential oil : High in 1,8-cineole can cause CNS and breathing problems in young children. Do not apply to or near the face of infants and children. Note: can be used topically up to 0.5% dilution for children under 3 years old. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 232). Plant therapy website states this is safe for kids. Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 202).

Helichrysum essential oil : No contradictions. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 309). Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non- sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 290).

Imbolc

Organic Lemon (distilled) essential oil : No contradictions. Max dermal use level 20% (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 330) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and sensitisation can occur in some people (Battaglia, 2017, p. 382).

Organic Palmarosa essential oil : Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 460) Low risk skin sensitising. Maximum dermal level of 6.5% (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 379).

Australian True Lavender essential oil : No contradictions (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 326) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 370).

Organic Juniperberry essential oil : Hazards : Skin sensitisation if oxidised. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 314). Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 354).

Violet Leaf essential oil : No contradictions (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 467). Considered non-toxic, non- irritant. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 593).

Mabon

Sweet Orange essential oil : Hazards : Skin sensitisation if oxidised (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 372) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 452).

Australian Manuka essential oil : No contradictions. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 344) . Considered non- toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 403).

Cardamon essential oil : High in 1,8-cineole can cause CNS and breathing problems in young children. Do not apply to or near the face of infants and children. Note: can be used topically up to 0.5% dilution for children under 3 years old. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 232). Plant therapy website states this is safe for kids. Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 202).

Organic Ginger essential oil : No contradictions. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 295) . Considered non- toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising (Battaglia, 2017, p. 332).

Nutmeg essential oil : Possible carcinogenic based on safrole and methyleugenol content. No contradictions. Max dermal level 0.5% for age 2 and over. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 367). Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising (Battaglia, 2017, p. 441).

Yule

Australian Kanuka essential oil : No contradictions. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 316) . Considered non- toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising (Battaglia, 2017, p. 355).

Red Myrtle essential oil : No contradictions. Maximum dermal level 1.9%. Do not ingest. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 358) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising (Battaglia, 2017, p. 426).

Australian Sandalwood essential oil : Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 532).

Australian Nerolina (linalool) essential oil : No contradictions. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 365) .Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 436).

Samhain

Red Myrtle essential oil : No contradictions. Maximum dermal level 1.9%. Do not ingest. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 358) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising (Battaglia, 2017, p. 426).

Thyme (Linalool) essential oil : No contradictions. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 451) . Considered non- toxic and non-irritant. Possible skin sensitising to some people (Battaglia, 2017, p. 572).

Australian Sandalwood essential oil : Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 532).

Australian True Lavender essential oil : No contradictions (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 326) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 370).

Neroli essential oil : No contradictions (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 363) . Considered non-toxic, non- irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 432).

Ostara

Organic Frankincense essential oil : No contradictions (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 288) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 310).

Australian White Grapefruit (Cold pressed) essential oil : Contradictions : low risk phototoxic. Skin sensitisation if oxidised. Max dermal use level 4% (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 297) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 335).

Organic Lemon (distilled) essential oil : No contradictions. Max dermal use level 20% (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 330) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and sensitisation can occur in some people (Battaglia, 2017, p. 382).

Ylang Ylang essential oil : Moderate risk of skin sensitisation. Cautions: hypersensitive, diseased or damaged skin , children under 2 years of age. Maximum dermal level 0.8% (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 477). Considered non-toxic and non-sensitising. Excessive use may cause headaches. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 604).

Neroli essential oil : No contradictions (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 363) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non- sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 432).

Boronia Absolute essential oil : No contradictions (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 219) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 182).

Pink Lotus Flower essential oil : No information found.

Litha

Magnolia Flower essential oil : No contradictions. (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 342) . Considered non- toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 227).

Australian True Lavender essential oil : No contradictions (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 326) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 370).

Boronia Absolute essential oil : No contradictions (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 219) . Considered non- toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitising. (Battaglia, 2017, p. 182).

Jasmine essential oil : Moderate risk of skin sensitisation. Max dermal level 0.7% (Tisserand & Young, 2014, p. 312) . Considered non-toxic, non-irritant and sensitisation can occur in some people (Battaglia, 2017, p. 348).

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