Patchouli (India)

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Commonly used for - Mostly aroma, fondly remembered by some as the hippie oil of the 60's. Recorded in historical medicinal uses as a great antiseptic, anti inflammatory, and was used to prevent the spread of fevers, to soothe sore, cracked skin. It's earthy calming scent can help some feel steady and grounded during depressed times, helps you get in touch with physical body. This Patchouli is Hydro diffused, and is lighter and milder than most.

Aroma — Warm, earthy, spicy, musky

Energetics — Neutral, balancing, dries.

Latin Name — Pogostemum cablin

Country of Origin — India

Cultivation Method — Organic

Extraction Method - Hydro distilled leaves

Cautions — Non toxic, non - irritating, non sensitizing to most individuals when used in appropriate dilutions.

Recipe - Personal fragrance

  • 2 drops patchouli
  • 1 drop vetiver
  • 3 drops rose otto
  • 1 drop jasmine

Add to 1 tsp jojoba oil. Wear as desired, or try this as a diffuser blend for mood setting at night.

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1 Review

Susan 25th Jul 2012

Sweet Hippie Come Hither

I have worn Patchouli for over 20 years, and am here to tell you that not all Patchoulis are the same. In fact, I consider myself a Patchouli connoisseur, and Jodi's Patchouli is 1 of only 2 I currently buy on a regular basis. I have a "dirt Patchouli" that I wear on my own time, but for work, this Patchouli is the answer. This is not your typical stinky hippie juice, but rather a sweet light Patchouli that I just cannot live without. It is very nice mixed with Jodi's Lavender or Anxiety Rescue (couple drops of each), or is also lovely just worn alone. I have had people chase me down (literally) when I wear this Patchouli, and I always lead them back to Jodi's website. Go ahead. Get your hippie on!

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