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BOTANICAL INFORMATION SHEET

       

  • Relaxes and Relieves Stress. These flowers are famous for their enchanting fragrance. ...

  • Great for Skin. ...

  • Neutralizes and Purifies Air. ...

  • Offers Hair Benefits. ...

  • Has Antiseptic Properties. ...

  • Helpful in Muscle Spasms. ...

  • Helps in Weight Loss. ...

  • Relives Menstruation Pain

  • Jasmine has a divine scent which invigorates and inspires

  • The flowers we use have a pale, yellow colour and are a exquisite addition to bath salts and soaps

Jasmine Flowers

Peppermint Leaf

       

  • Peppermint is a hybrid of watermint and spearmint, and is widely used in beauty products not only for its refreshing scent, but for its  benefits on the heart and mind.

  • as a tea, peppermint soothes the digestive tract, aids digestion in general, reduces symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome

  • this mint has antibacterial properties and may improve allergy symptoms, headaches and clogged airways

  • Peppermint can have notable effects on the human brain by enhancing cognitive functions. Recent research has found that simply the aroma of peppermint essential oil could improve memory, reasoning, concept formation, attention span, and problem solving if inhaled through the nose.

  • peppermint also has antimicrobial properties. This is part of the reason we put it in our Peppermint Foot lotion.

  • In addition, peppermint oil vapor is sometimes inhaled to treat symptoms of colds and coughs

Whole Rosemary

       

  • Rosemary has been known throughout the ages as one of the go-to  cooking herbs (like oregano and sage) used to season soups, sauces, salads and stews, However, rosemary was also well known to ancient practitioners. It was an herb known for strengthening the memory and helping the brain.In spellwork, rosemary can be used as a substitute for other herbs such as frankincense.

  • Acutally, Roman priests used rosemary as incense in religious ceremonies, and many cultures considered it a herb to use as protection from evil spirits and witches. In England, it was burned in the homes of those who had died from illness, and placed on coffins before the grave was filled with dirt.

  • Rosemary is very fragrant and pairs well with mint. Manna Skin Labs uses whole rosemary in our Spell Caster Soap  which acts as a gentle exfoliator. We also use in in our Ritual Bath Salts since it has powerful metaphysical properties as well.

  • Rosemary is a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, which are thought to help boost the immune system and improve blood circulation.

  • Rosemary is considered a cognitive stimulant and can help improve memory performance and quality. It is also known to boost alertness, intelligence, and focus.

  • Smudging and Purification: Use dried bundles of rosemary to smudge your home and help create sacred space.

Hibiscus Flowers Whole

       

  • These flowers have a deep burgundy colour to them, we use them in our Milk Baths, Bath Salts and as a soap decoration/exfoliator.

  • Many people drink hibiscus tea due to the fact that it contains antioxidants, it lowers blood pressure, it lowers blood sugar and is beneficial for overall heart health. It is actually used as the ceremonial tea in many cultures

  • Hibiscus is the ultimate flower of passion. Its other magickal properties include love, divination, and freedom.

  • Hibiscus is a flowering plant in the Malvaceae family. There are a few hundred different species of hibiscus which grow in tropical, subtropical and warm temperate climates all over the world. This genus of plants has both annual and perennial plants, along with small trees and shrubs.   

  • SKIN BENEFITS:

  • It  slows doown collagen degradation.

  • It could prevent elastin breakdown, too.

  • It can help ease inflammation from the inside out.

  • It has AHAs, which exfoliate the skin.

  • It supports wound healing.

  • It supports your body's natural collagen production.

     

Rosehip Powder

       

  • It is typically red to orange, but ranges from dark purple to black in some species. Rose hips begin to form after pollination of flowers in spring or early summer, and ripen in late summer through autumn.

  • Wild rose hip fruits are particularly rich in vitamin C, containing 426 mg per 100 g.

  • This is rosehip powder. Rich in nutrients and disease-fighting properties, rose hips have gained attention for their role in health and beauty. Rosehips contain Vitamins A, B5, E, and, C which plays a key role in collagen synthesis and immune health.⁠

  • Rosehip oil is a popular anti-aging substance in the beauty community, though research supporting its benefits is limited. It’s made by cold pressing rose hips and extracting their natural oils.⁠

  • ⁠Rosehip seeds are high in polyunsaturated fats, which support a healthy skin membrane and protect your skin from inflammatory compounds, such as ultraviolet (UV) rays, cigarette smoke, and pollution. ⁠⁠

  • Manna Skin Labs uses rosehip powder in our plant-based soaps, lotions, the "Manna from Heaven" daily moisturizer. It also gives these products, a colourful, earthy tone.