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Cosmic Essential Oils

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A blog in the realm of Holistic concepts, wellness lifestyles, therapeutic effects and properties via the Tree and Plant kingdom, "Mother Nature - Gaia" with a passionate heart.  Focusing much within the field of Aromatherapy, an emerging medicinal way to treat many concerns for the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual body.  Indulge your inner fairy with this informative and delightful blog.  

All articles are copy-written by Robin Michaels unless otherwise noted.

En-Joy!  Robin

Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all. 
In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.
  - Aristotle

Nurturing the Self via the Plant Kingdom

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 Nurturing the Self via the Plant Kingdom

The most important relationship we will have in this 3-D life experience is with our self.  Realization of a right relationship with our self requires mindfulness and self-awareness of our individual needs within the realm of nurturing our body, mind, emotional and spiritual levels of being.  There is one essential oil within the plant kingdom that comes to mind as the Grand-Mother of ALL, speaking Love with high vibration and nurturing qualities with gentle self-assurance.  So below I will share my writings on Rose however feel it important to mention; all flowers speak to our deepest emotional concerns and various levels of LOVE.  Wishing you the Joy of remembering what makes your heart sing.

 Rose

Latin Name: Rosa damascena - Family: Rosaceae

Plant Part: Flowers

Plant origin: China, Crimea, Bulgaria, and Turkey

Rosa damascena exceeds over 500 chemical components with the main constituent being citronellol.  The complex chemical nature of rose in itself is quite phenomenal and indeed explains the ubiquitous restorative and medicinal applications of rose on all levels of being. 

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Ylang Ylang

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Ylang Ylang

Latin name: Cananga odorata

Family: Annonaceae

Plant Part: Fresh Flowers

 

Cananga odorata physical description

Cananga odorata is a tropical Asian tree of the custard-apple family; it is medium sized, approximately 39 Feet tall at maturity. The main trunk is generally bent to some degree, and the bark is smooth and grayish white to silvery. The branches are slightly erect with a bit of drooping, giving the Cananga tree an asymmetrical appearance. It is a fast-growing tree that can exceed 16ft within a year and has the ability to regenerate rapidly when damaged. 

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