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TAKE CARE AND TAKE STOCK Our bath bombs, beads, soaps and sage are the perfect supplements to a relaxed lifestyle. Pick up a few when you are in our office or we can bring a few with us to your in-home appointment.

The ingredient list and instructions for use are detailed below:

LOTUS PETALS SHOWER AND SOAK BATH BOMBS

Instructions: Place your Bath Bomb into warm bathwater. Enter bath slowly and with caution. Set an intention and express gratitude. Soak for up to 30 minutes while releasing stress and anxiety. Drain troubles down the drain. Rinse. Repeat as needed. Specifications:  Ingredients include Sodium bicarbonate (Baking Soda), Citric acid, Sodium sulfonate (Coconut Derivative), Sea Salt, Sodium carbonate, Glycerin, Organic cocoa seed butter, Organic Tapioca/Corn starch, Organic shea butter, Organic rose or lavender extract, naturally dried roses or dried lavender and water.  No colorants or preservatives. Disclaimer:  The information provided here is be used for educational purposes only and should not be construed as or a substitute for the medical advice of your healthcare provider. Caution: Do not use if allergic to any ingredients. Essential Oils may cause the bath surface to become slippery. 


GOATS MILK SOAP BAR

Instructions:  Lather up. When in use, soap should be kept on a soap dish that drains well or hung in a soap saver pouch and should be allowed to dry between uses. Ingredients: Sodium palmitate, sodium palmitate, glycerin, water, olive fruit oil (olive oil), shea butter fruit oil (shea butter), goat milk extract, grape seed oil, honey extract, tocopherol (vitamin E). Disclaimer:  The information provided here is be used for educational purposes only and should not be construed as or a substitute for the medical advice of your healthcare provider. 


ALL SAGE PRODUCTS

Instructions: Open window. Place in burning container or fireproof vessel. Let burn for several seconds before extinguishing the fire. Then Sage should smoke not burn. Caution: Did we say open window? Never leave unattended. Extinguish completely in sand or another fireproof vessel. Don’t’ use water unless necessary.  Do not use if allergic to any ingredients. Do not inhale directly. Disclaimer:  The information provided here is be used for educational purposes only and should not be construed as or a substitute for the medical advice of your healthcare provider.


TIGER’S EYE AND LAVA STONE BRACELET

Tiger Eye & Lava Stone Bracelet - Release Anxiety

Due to their molecular ability — and our electromagnetic fields — crystal vibrations are said to have an effect on the body and mind of those who wear them. The Tiger’s Eye crystal symbolizes courage, confidence and power and is believed to invite the wearer to embrace their inner strength and personal will-power. The Lava Stone is believed to cleanse negative thoughts, provide emotional protection and promote tranquility. Disclaimer:  As always, the information provided here is be used for educational purposes only and should not be construed as or a substitute for the medical advice of your healthcare provider. You are also welcome to research any information for yourself. We try to provide links to many of ours but we have others we will be happy to provide you.

ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS: We also recommend a set of MALA BEADS to supplement your meditation practice.

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Published by Dee

I blogged anonymously for many years, mostly about things others didn’t feel comfortable saying out loud. People would respond through comments using usernames, as usual. It seems that everyone does that these days but my topics have always been heart-centered but authentic, provocative yet thoughtful. Even before “safe spaces” were being discussed, I sense the need and always tried to project that in my writing. There is enough negativity in the world; we don’t endorse that behavior here. But there is definitely a need for facilitated spaces where we can have civil conversations about really tough subjects, Dee Dial Style.

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