Essential oyls have long been used to comfort and soothe under various circumstances. From relaxing and de-stressing after a long day to an extra boost of alertness, there are many uses for essential oyls that can contribute to a feeling of well-being and improved levels of self care, not to mention just plain smelling good. These roller blends are made with pure essential oyls mixed into a base of MCT fraction of coconut oyl giving them a weightless non-greasy feel and an extremely long shelf life when properly stored.
10ml amber glass roller bottle with stainless steel roller ball
when you are ready to create a space for joy & love, just apply to pulse points, neck, slope of shoulders or even over your sternum. The aroma is a sparkly blend of exotic florals, a touch of citrus and sensual smokiness
*a blend of clary sage, litsea cubeba, patchouli, vetiver & ylang ylang*
when your head feels stuffed up, apply to pulse points, neck & chest and breathe deep. The aroma is icy cool to clear and soothe
*a blend of cajeput, black pine, eucalyptus & lime*
when you feel hot or flushed, cool off by applying to the nape of your neck and shoulders. the aroma is cooling and fresh. Surly herself uses this to cool off during a hot flash or hot summer day.
*a blend of peppermint & clary sage*
when you need a little extra help to settle down and focus on the task at hand, apply to shoulders, neck and upper arms and get back to the task at hand! The aroma is a balanced blend of earth, herb and flower.
*a blend of petitgrain, rosemary & vetiver*
when you feel anxious or blue, just apply to pulse points, neck and tummy. The aroma is grounding, balancing and comforting
*a blend of clary sage, pink grapefruit, patchouli, nutmeg & ylang ylang*
very soothing when a headache tries to put a damper on your day
*a blend of lavender, lemon & peppermint*
when you decide to ditch the cigarettes, a little aroma support can go a long way! You can do it! Apply to the back of the hand and raise to your nose when craving a cigarette. The motion mimics the action of smoking to help you avoid lighting up that cigarette!! The aroma is spicy, uplifting and grounding.
*blend of lemon, black pepper & sweet basil*
for when you just want to unwind before bed or simply relax after a rough day, apply to temples, shoulders & wrists. The aroma is relaxing and gentle with a subtle earthy base
*a blend of lavender, mandarin, gingergrass & vetiver*
another soft relaxing roller for your bedtime or relaxation routine. The aroma is a little more lavender forward but not overpowering and with a soft & subtle earthy base
*a blend of lavender, rosewood & frankincense*
**Slumber v2 contains only essential oyls which are considered safe during pregnancy
for when you want a stimulating and warming pick-me-up, apply to neck, chest and pulse points. The aroma is spicy and head clearing.
*blend of cinnamon bark, clove, eucalyptus, lemon & rosemary*
when the "tummy goblins" pay you a visit, apply to the neck, wrists, forehead and belly. The aroma and mellow and settling and is the perfect compliment to some ginger ale or ginger lollipops..
*a blend of lemon, mandarin & ginger root (known to be settling for nausea & morning sickness)*
**contains only essential oyls which are considered safe during pregnancy
when your zing has waned, get some zang with this energizing and uplifting roller by applying to pulse points, neck & shoulders. The aroma is zesty and a little spicy!
*a blend of pink grapefruit, black pepper & niaouli*
**Zang contains only essential oyls which are considered safe during pregnancy
All blends are diluted in MCT oyl and ready to use. Store out of extreme heat and tightly capped. Blends using oyls that are considered safe for use during pregnancy should still be used only after the first trimester and under the supervision of your primary medical caregiver.
These blends are not intended to treat, diagnose or cure anything. All rollers should be used sparingly, only on healthy, unbroken and un-irritated skin. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.
From the earliest of times there was the role of the healer. The herbalist. The "Wise Woman". She possessed knowledge of healing herbs and botanicals which was handed down from previous generations back. As a healer, the wise woman was usually the first stop for the average person when they were sick or had a health issue to address. Of course in the Medieval and Renaissance era, the wise woman may have been called a witch or a heretic and discouraged from practicing her art as women were not allowed a profession in that time. This of course would make any herbalist surly as hell!
It is up to us to cultivate our garden.
the Surly Herbalist herself
After 6 years of creating vegan skin care products I decided to launch in a new direction to incorporate my love of herbs in cosmetic products and my passion for Ren faire. Enter the Surly Herbalist. Come find me at faire and make merry while you explore the delightful treats I have prepared for you.