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Coyote Mint Essence

Coyote Mint Essence

 “My perfume stimulates the hunger of the inner mind.”

Botanical Name: Monardella odoratissima

Link to Chakra: Brow Chakra

Origin:  United States.  A low growing plant with purple puffballs, a strong aromatic odour can be detected from the plant.

Traditional herbal uses: In the past, the plant was used as a tea to treat colds and headaches.

Energetic properties:

  • Enjoyment of food
  • Calming
  • Enhance intuition
  • Intellectual pursuits
  • Opens the third eye
  • Detached analysis/understanding of situations
  • Clarity of Purpose

Every time I smelled this ground-hugging little plant, my stomach would growl – even if I’d already eaten!  It not only stimulated physical hunger, but a mental need for nourishment – the need to know.

“I am a place of rest from the storms of life.”Latin Name: Coccoloba uviferaLink to Chakra: Heart ChakraOrigin: Tropical AmericaTraditional
“I am a shelter from life’s storms.”Latin Name: Serenoa repensLink to Chakra: Base ChakraOrigin: North American Atlantic coastTraditional
“I am overflowing with love.”Botanical Name: Microlepia strigosaLink to Chakra: Heart ChakraOrigin: Northern India, naturalised in BrazilTraditional
“I heal the creative heart.”Botanical Name: Hibiscus rosa-sinensisLink to Chakra: Sacral ChakraOrigin:  The China rose or hibiscus is
“I gently protect the sweetness within.”Botanical Name: Opuntia ficus indiaLink to Chakra: Solar Plexus ChakraOrigin:  MexicoTraditional
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