“As the Earth once again rejoices in light and warmth...so do we."
Litha, also known as Midsummers Day (The Summer Solstice) is an ancient Solar Festival that revolves around abundance and protective energy that also brings forth healing, empowerment and revitalisation. It's recognised as the longest day of the year, when the Sun is at its highest and brightest and therefore the Divine Masculine is honoured as well as the connection of energies amongst ripe new blooms.
How To Use: In ceremonial rituals, on self, and altars. Roll this oil onto outer places of your body. Burn on candles. Add to your bath, ritual and/or magic practise.
Example - I use mine on the inner wrists and behind my neck during my practise. And burn the oil on candles.
Ingredients; Contains; Cocos nucifera Oil (Fractionated Coconut), Essential Oils: Abies sibirica (Siberian Fir), Juniperus virginiana (Cedarwood), Juniperus communis (Juniper). Hydrosol: Salvia apiana absolute (White Sage). Helianthus* (Sunflower), Sambucus* (Elderflower), Lavandula x intermedia* (Lavender), Tiger Eye and Citrine. (*Organic Ingredients.)
All products are cleansed with herb bundles during their creation.
Everything is recyclable and/or made from compostable ingredients/resources.
For external use only, avoid eyes. Patch test and discontinue use if irritation occurs. Possible sun or skin sensitivity, avoid direct sunlight and UV rays for 12 hours after application. DO NOT consume. Keep out of reach of children. Store below 30° Celsius. If pregnant, nursing or under care, please seek further medical advice. Use within 12 months from purchase.
PLEASE NOTE: "The Alternative Mumma" holds no responsibility over any possible negative reactions to all of the ingredients used within these products. Patch testing is always recommended and if irritation occurs, discontinue use. Please read all ingredients used. These holistic healing options are not to replace professional medical advice or intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If any further questions, please contact your medical professional.