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Magic in a pot

We have been using this cream for years, and we are one of those families who refer to it as our magic cream!!
We have even posted it to our relatives in the UK. We all swear by it, and use it on just about everything!!
It really is magic!

Smells so good!

These soaps are so luxurious and creamy and such a pleasure to use!

Moisture Creams

Divine!

In love with these bath bombs!

Amazing! (when used with a vinegar rinse)

This shampoo bar lathers well, smells lovely and calms my flaky scalp. A vinegar rinse is definitely necessary though (as true of many shampoo bars), but with the vinegar rinse my hair feels silky smooth and I don't need a conditioner! A great price point too considering how long a bar lasts, and I'm happy to be supporting local business - win win win!!!

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Magic in a pot

We have been using this cream for years, and we are one of those families who refer to it as our magic cream!!
We have even posted it to our relatives in the UK. We all swear by it, and use it on just about everything!!
It really is magic!

Smells so good!

These soaps are so luxurious and creamy and such a pleasure to use!

Moisture Creams

Divine!

In love with these bath bombs!

Amazing! (when used with a vinegar rinse)

This shampoo bar lathers well, smells lovely and calms my flaky scalp. A vinegar rinse is definitely necessary though (as true of many shampoo bars), but with the vinegar rinse my hair feels silky smooth and I don't need a conditioner! A great price point too considering how long a bar lasts, and I'm happy to be supporting local business - win win win!!!

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Patchouli Oil

Regular price $23.95 Sale

Botanical Name: Pogostemon cablin

Plant Part: Leaves

Extraction Method: Steam distilled

Origin: Indonesia (there was a general  failure of patchouli crops this year and so prices have risen substantially)

Description: Patchouli is a very fragrant herb with soft oval leaves and square stems. It grows from 2 to 3 feet in height
Colour: Deep Golden Brown to Red
Common Uses: Recognized by aromatherapists as being effective for combating nervous disorders, helping with dandruff, sores, acne, skin irritations and acne. Properties include use as an antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, anti-emetic, antimicrobal, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, antitoxic, antiviral, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, carminative, deodorant, digestive, diuretic, febrifuge, fungicidal, nerving, prophylactic, stimulating and tonic agent.

Patchouli is an excellent fixative that can help ground other lighter oils.

Patchouli improves with age, and that the aged product is definitely preferred over freshly harvested. In fact Leonie has some aged patchouli in her personal supplies that is so old it is thick and resinous..with a superb aroma.  Needless to say this precious aged oil is used sparingly. So why not put some patchouli aside and let it age gracefully...keep it in a dark box in a cool, dry area and revisit it in 5, 10 or even 20 years time.  Your nose will appreciate the quality.
Consistency: Medium to Thick
Note: Base
Aroma Strength: Medium
Blends well with: All the Citrus oils, Sandalwood, Bergamot, Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Lavender, all the wood oils.
Aromatic Scent: Warm, earthy aroma with fresh fruit - like tones.

 

History: One interesting point is that patchouli was used to scent fabric and cloth sent form India to Europe and so the scent was associated with the Far East.  Another is that in the Flower Power era patchouli was used to hide the scent of Marijuana...quite unsuccessfully I am told by reliable sources...as where there was a whiff of patchouli in the air then our officers of law and order would immediately look for drug use!

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Extremely helpful

Could not have been more helpful, a fantastic shopping experience.

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Patchouli Perfume.

Bought the patchouli perfume yesterday and love it. Reminds me of the heady 70ies in Fremantle.

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Patchouli oil

I've always loved the heady, exotic scent of patchouli and bought some to use as a personal fragrance. It's definitely a slow-burn type of essential oil for this use: as the day goes on, the scent develops more and more on the skin. Don't know if I could actually put some aside like a good wine to revisit in several years - gotta use it now!