If your cramped spaces and commute is making your OCD tendencies flare up, this support and protection blend is for you. Intended to purify the space around you and bannish any unwanted bacteria and/or smells, this protective blend of 27 essential oils is a must-have on the go. Comprised of rosemary, clove bud, eucalyptus, fennel, tea tree, niaouli, and british myrtle.
Essential Oil Composition
Leading with: Laurel, Grapefruit, English Peppermint, Tea Tree, Sicilian Lemon
Centred with: Niaouli, Neroli, Bay, Juniper, Sage, Eucalyptus, Thyme, Rosemary, Myrtle
Grounded with: Cistus Labdanum
Carrier Oil: Coconut Oil
How to use
Apply topically to any of the recommended exterior sensory points including top of the head, brow, throat, elbow, wrist, and palm of the hand.
About The Brand
Anatome is a London-based apothecary, and one borne out of a similar philosophy as OMSA – to provide a respite in our daily, hectic lives. With mental health issues, anxiety and sleep disorders at epidemic levels, anatomē’s founder Brendan Murdock realised that traditional health food stores offered little to nourish the mind and soul in the way of experience, products or services. This provided the inspiration for anatomē to combine the best of science and nature. OMSA currently carries therapeutic oils from Anatome’s range of products.
OMSA is not liable for any individual reaction to any particular ingredient. Remember to read our labels and ingredient lists carefully and follow the appropriate directions for use. If you have a specific allergy or sensitivity, do not use ingredients that may trigger a reaction. An allergy patch test is recommended if there is any doubt or history of skin reactions. Discontinue use if a reaction occurs.
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