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The Benefits of Vetiver

Vetiver Essential Oil


Vetiver has a rich history of medicinal and folk remedies across various cultures. Some of its historical uses include:

Perfume and Scented Oil: 

Vetiver’s aromatic roots have been used for centuries in perfumes and scented oils. Its earthy and woody fragrance is prized for its pleasant scent and fixative properties.

Cooling Agent: 

In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, vetiver was used to cool the body and alleviate heat-related conditions. It was applied topically or used in cooling drinks.


Vetiver was used as an anti-inflammatory agent in traditional medicine to reduce swelling and inflammation associated with injuries or skin conditions.

Wound Healing: The roots of vetiver were sometimes ground into a paste and applied topically to wounds and cuts to promote healing and prevent infection.

Sedative and Relaxant: Vetiver has been traditionally used to soothe the nervous system and promote relaxation. It was used in remedies to treat anxiety, stress, and sleep disorders.

Digestive Aid: In some cultures, vetiver was used as a digestive aid to alleviate indigestion, bloating, and stomach discomfort. It was often consumed as a tea or infusion.

Antiseptic: Vetiver’s antiseptic properties made it valuable for disinfecting wounds and preventing infections.

Aphrodisiac: In certain traditions, vetiver was considered an aphrodisiac and was used to enhance sexual desire and performance.

Fever Reducer: Vetiver was sometimes used to reduce fevers by applying a paste made from its roots to the forehead or as a cooling bath.

Diuretic: In folk medicine, vetiver was used as a diuretic to promote the removal of excess water and toxins from the body.

Dental Care: Chewing on vetiver roots or using them as toothbrushes was believed to have dental benefits, including freshening breath and maintaining oral health.

These historical uses of vetiver highlight its versatility in traditional medicine and folk remedies. While modern scientific research has provided insights into some of its potential health benefits, it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional before using vetiver or any herbal remedy for medicinal purposes, especially for serious health conditions.

  • Used as a body tonic to relax the body, reduce tension, and gently strengthen the immune response
  • Enhance a goodnight’s sleep with a Vetiver salt bath
  • A few drops internally can relax the the muscles of the gut while rehabbing a stress plagued digestive tract
  • Ointments and neat applications can be helpful for strained muscles, arthritis, and chronic pain syndromes
  • Applied in a rollerball to the base of the skull can unwind the neck and improve the breath
  • Sustained inhalation can help anxiety


Insomnia, nervous tension, prevention of stress, effects of stress, stress headaches (apply to the base of the skull,) incredibly relaxing (physically, emotionally, and mentally.), calms sensory nerves and hypersensitivity, balancing effect on the two sides of the brain


gently stimulates immune function, great oil to use with autoimmune issues in small doses


stimulates circulation, stimulates production of red corpuscles 


Increases circulation in muscle tissue, relaxes tight muscles, aches and pains, arthritis, sprains, strains, pulled muscles, stiffness in joints, rheumatism.


Calming and Relaxing: 

Vetiver’s earthy and woody scent is often used to induce a sense of calm and relaxation. Inhaling vetiver can help reduce feelings of stress and anxiety, promoting a more peaceful state of mind.

Grounding and Centering: 

Vetiver’s grounding properties can help individuals feel more centered and connected to the present moment. It can be especially useful for those who feel scattered or overwhelmed.

Stress Reduction: 

The aroma of vetiver essential oil is believed to lower cortisol levels, the hormone associated with stress. As a result, it may help individuals manage stress and experience a greater sense of tranquility.

Focus and Concentration: 

Vetiver’s calming influence can improve mental clarity and concentration, making it a useful aid for tasks that require focus, such as studying or working.

Emotional Support: 

Some people use vetiver to address emotional challenges, including feelings of insecurity, anger, or grief. It may help individuals process and release these emotions.

Sleep Aid: 

Vetiver’s relaxing properties can assist those struggling with sleep issues. Diffusing vetiver essential oil or using it in a bedtime routine may promote better sleep quality.

Confidence and Self-Esteem: 

Vetiver’s grounding qualities can help individuals feel more secure and confident in themselves, reducing self-doubt and insecurity.

Mood Enhancement: 

While vetiver is often associated with calmness, it can also have an 

uplifting effect on mood by reducing anxiety and tension.

PTSD and Trauma Support: 

Some studies suggest that vetiver essential oil may be beneficial for individuals dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and trauma-related symptoms due to its calming and grounding properties.


Grounding and stabilizing: 

Vetiver is often associated with grounding energy. It can help individuals connect with the Earth’s energy and find stability, making it useful for people who feel scattered or ungrounded.

Calming and soothing: 

Vetiver’s earthy and woody aroma has a calming and soothing effect on the mind and emotions. It can be used to reduce stress, anxiety, and restlessness.

Balancing energy: 

Vetiver is believed to balance the body’s energy, making it valuable in practices such as yoga, meditation, and energy healing.

Root chakra alignment: 

Vetiver is associated with the root chakra, which is the energy center related to physical stability, security, and basic needs. Using vetiver can help balance and align this chakra.

Spiritual protection: 

Some people use vetiver as a protective tool, creating a shield of positive energy around themselves or their spaces to ward off negative influences.

Enhancing focus and concentration: 

The grounding qualities of vetiver can help improve mental clarity and focus, making it beneficial for tasks that require concentration.

Promoting sleep: 

Vetiver’s calming properties can be useful for those who struggle with insomnia or sleep disturbances. It can be diffused in the bedroom or added to a bedtime routine.

Emotional support: 

Vetiver can assist in releasing emotional blockages and supporting emotional healing and self-awareness.

Meditation aid: 

Many individuals find that vetiver’s grounding energy enhances their meditation practice by helping them stay present and centered.

Aura cleansing: 

Some energy workers use vetiver to cleanse and purify the aura, removing stagnant or negative energy.


Vetiver, an aromatic grass, is often used in spiritual practices and aromatherapy for its grounding and calming properties. Some common spiritual uses of vetiver include:

Grounding and centering: 

Vetiver essential oil is believed to help individuals connect with the Earth’s energy, promoting a sense of grounding and stability during meditation and spiritual rituals.

Balancing chakras: 

Vetiver oil is associated with the root chakra, which is related to feelings of security and stability. It can be used to balance and align this chakra, helping individuals feel more grounded.

Cleansing and purification: 

Some people use vetiver to purify their spaces, promoting a sense of spiritual cleanliness and positive energy flow.

Anointing or blessing: 

Vetiver oil can be applied to the body or sacred objects as part of rituals or ceremonies to bless or anoint participants.

Remember that the spiritual uses of vetiver can vary depending on cultural and individual beliefs. Always use it with mindfulness and respect for your specific spiritual practices and traditions.

Planetary Influences:


Vetiver is frequently associated with the Earth element due to its strong grounding and stabilizing properties. It is believed to connect individuals with the Earth’s energy and provide a sense of stability and security.


Vetiver is sometimes linked with the planet Saturn, which is associated with discipline, responsibility, and structure. Vetiver’s grounding qualities align with Saturn’s influence on discipline and structure in one’s life.

Root Chakra: 

While not a planet, the root chakra (Muladhara) is associated with vetiver due to its connection to basic survival needs, stability, and the physical body. Vetiver is used to balance and align this chakra.

What are the Brain Wave Oils?

Greg has taught a handful of classes that utilize the different Brain Waves.

Previous Class: Brainwaves for Psychological Healing – Plant Prana Essential Oils ( has all the Brain Wave Oils in the kit.

Previous Class: Working Brain Waves For Materialization – Plant Prana Essential Oils ( does not include the Brain Wave Oils but if you have them you can utilize them.

These are definitely some of my favorite oils to work with throughout the week.






We also have them available in 5ml kit: Kit; Brain Waves – Plant Prana Essential Oils (

What are the Chakra Oils?

Chakra Oils can be found in a few different classes.

Most recently

Previous Class: Mystical Approach to the Chakras – Plant Prana Essential Oils (


Previous Class: The Eight Materializations of Metatron – Plant Prana Essential Oils (

The Chakra Oils are:

Crown Chakra

Forehead Chakra

Side head Chakras (used in inner teachings for the mental permanent seed)

Back Head

Ajna Chakra

Throat Chakra

Back Throat Chakra

Jaw Minors Chakras

Heart Chakra

Back Heart Chakra

Solar Plexus Chakra

Back Solar Plexus Chakra

Navel Chakra

Navel Minor Chakra

Spleen Chakra

Back Spleen Chakra

Meng Mein

Sex Chakra

Basic Chakra


Greg also taught individual classes delving deep into one chakra and their aspects at a time. Here is a link to the list of those classes: Previous Classes – Plant Prana Essential Oils (

The Benefits of Sentinel

Sentinel Essential Oils:

Ingredients:  Sandalwood, Basil, Kashmir Lavender, Anise, Lime Kaffir, Kava Kava, Dark Amber Clary Sage

  • Firms up emotional body to make it less reactive to negative stimuli
  • Diminish the effects of negativity being projected at you
  • Relaxing and fortifying to the central nervous system
  • Regenerating to the autonomic nervous system
  • Soothes disruptions in the homeostasis mechanisms facilitating greater levels of balance
  • Has an impact on cognitive processing
  • Helps cultivate inner strength 
  • Has a grounding effect which can be helpful when challenges arise
  • Allows the mind to calm due to its protective qualities
  • Best used neat (applied to wrists), as a spray, or a salt bath
  • Great applied to the Ajna

The Benefits of Emotional Elevation:

Emotional Elevation Oil

  • Regenerating to the Will Centers due to trauma and prolonged periods of stress
  • Great for stress management and dealing with difficult situations
  • Harmonizing effect on the glands and glandular system
  • Enhances communication between the glands
  • Improves mood, emotions, and thought processes
  • Tempers over excited instinctual responses 
  • Useful for conditions that leave you stuck in lower emotions
  • Activating to the heart
  • Best when used with sustained inhalation, neat (applied to the wrist), or in a salt bath
  • A nice way to shake off a bad day

The Benefits of Larch:

Larch Essential Oil

Immune Support: 

Larch is used to stimulate the immune system and may be used to support immune health.

Digestive Health: 

Larch may also have prebiotic properties, promoting the growth of beneficial gut bacteria and aiding in digestive health.

Antioxidant Effects: 

Larch wood and bark contain antioxidants, which can help combat oxidative stress and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.


Some traditional remedies use larch extracts to reduce inflammation and alleviate symptoms of conditions like arthritis.

Cough and Cold: 

Larch gum or resin has been used historically as an ingredient in cough syrups and lozenges to soothe sore throats and coughs.

Salt Baths

Calms and soothes an agitated body and mind 


Applied to the wrists it fortifies the immune system


As a spray it stimulates the protective qualities of the aura


Applying Larch to the chest is incredibly helpful for respiratory conditions 

Sustained inhalation 

One of the best oils to regulate and elevate the instinctive responses. These responses can become very agitated by difficulties that we experience in life that eventually effect our mental processes (and the heart). This would manifests as negative and self critical inner dialogue.


Colds, poor immunity, flu’s, melancholy due to illness


bronchitis, coughs, bronchiole spasms, sinus issues, shallow breathing 


Imbalances of healthy bacteria in the gut


arthritis, deposits in the joints and tissues, tension


debility, fatigue related conditions, psychosomatic imbalances, sleep issues related to pain syndromes, soothes the homeostasis mechanisms bringing balance in the body


the intercostals (the small muscles between the ribs which are involved in breathing), anterior tibialis (muscle along the shins)


Regulates instinctive responses (especially when conditioning has made them hyper reactive), regenerating to the mind, may be helpful with negative inner dialogue 


Protection, improves circulation of energy throughout the body, balances chakras


Rebirth and Renewal: 

In some spiritual traditions, larch trees are seen as symbols of renewal and rebirth. This is due to their unique characteristic of shedding their needles in the fall and regrowing them in the spring. This cycle can be seen as a representation of the eternal cycle of life, death, and rebirth.

Protection and Purification: 

Larch resin, which is often aromatic, has been used in some mystical practices for protection and purification rituals. Burning larch resin as incense or using it in smudging ceremonies is believed to cleanse and purify the energy of a space or an individual.

Connection to Nature Spirits: 

Some indigenous cultures and modern paganism associate larch trees with nature spirits or tree spirits. They may view larch trees as sacred and believe that they house or are inhabited by spirits that can be communicated with or honored in rituals.

Meditation and Grounding: 

Larch trees, with their deep roots and tall trunks, are sometimes seen as symbols of grounding and stability. Meditating near a larch tree or visualizing oneself as a larch tree can be used as a means of connecting with the earth’s energy and finding inner stability.

Divination and Symbolism: 

In some divination practices, particularly those related to Celtic traditions, specific trees, including larch, were assigned symbolic meanings and used in divinatory rituals.

Sacred Grove: 

In certain cultures and spiritual traditions, groves of larch trees have been considered sacred spaces for rituals, ceremonies, and gatherings. They are seen as places where individuals can connect with the natural world and the divine.

It’s important to note that the spiritual and mystical associations with larch can vary widely depending on cultural and individual beliefs. These interpretations are not universal and may differ among different spiritual traditions and practitioners.


The larch tree thrives in elevated environments, seeking out open spaces where it can freely extend its branches, unobstructed by shade. As a denizen of high mountain regions, it exhibits remarkable resilience, enduring temperature extremes ranging from bone-chilling minus 40°C to scorching summer heat. Remarkably undemanding when it comes to soil and water requirements, its robust roots delve up to four meters deep into the earth, tapping into subterranean water reserves and securing stability during turbulent weather. The larch makes its home in high places, seeking light, and open spaces where it can spread its branches unhindered by shade.

The Romans encountered the larch approximately two millennia ago, dubbing it “larix,” a name passed down from the Gallic Alpine populace. Its scientific moniker, “decidua,” stems from the Latin “deciduus,” signifying “falling off,” alluding to the unique habit of the larch to shed its needles in autumn.

Despite its seemingly delicate needles, larch wood is notably weighty, highly resinous, and exceptionally resistant to the elements. In bygone eras, excavated larch trunks were repurposed as conduits for well water. Its hardy wood made for enduring and trustworthy roofing shingles, as well as various other uses like railway sleepers, fence posts, window frames, stairs, and floorboards. Notably, the city of Venice is supported by larch poles, and in Zermatt, Switzerland, a thousand-year-old house stands proudly, constructed entirely of larch wood.

Larch wood held ancient appeal as a source of “Venice Turpentine,” a resin still utilized in contemporary industry for manufacturing paints and adhesives for glass and porcelain.

Some plants, including the Flowering Ash (Fraxinus ornus) and oak manna species like Quercus vallonea and Quercus persica, exude a fluid that contains 80% mannitol, a sugar alcohol used as a sugar substitute. This sap, known as manna, is also found in the larch. Larch needles produce the “Manna of Briançon,” known for its laxative properties. Notably, the biblical manna is believed to be a different substance, potentially a secretion from scale insects or an edible lichen called Lecanora esculenta.

Symbiotic relationships exist between the larch and various fungi, including the edible and delectable larch bolete. Remarkably, the larch resists pathogenic or wood-destroying fungi.

Throughout history, the larch has been revered as a sacred, protective tree. In many regions of Germany, larch twigs adorn doors and windows, known as “Hexenrüttel” or witches’ wands, believed to ward off malevolent spirits and lightning strikes. Southern Slavs hang larch bark pieces around their children’s necks to avert the evil eye. It is said that benevolent wood fairies find sanctuary in larch groves, assisting lost travelers in finding their way.


Larch trees are associated with the planet Saturn due to their enduring and resilient nature. Saturn is often linked to qualities like discipline, structure, and endurance. Larch trees’ ability to withstand harsh mountain climates and their strong, long-reaching roots could symbolize the enduring qualities associated with Saturn.

The Benefits of Violet Healer:

Violet Healer Essential Oil

  • contains the properties of all other energies
  • Prepares the body for spiritual energy
  • Increases conductivity of the body, emotions, and the mind
  • Increases the body’s ability to process spiritual energy
  • Increases connection to the higher soul
  • Strengthening, toning
  • Energetically cleansing
  • Fortifying to the chakras
  • Amplifies the effects of other colored energies
  • Helps to reduce inflammation
  • Helps to heal wounds
  • Regenerating to nerve function
  • Regenerating to the internal organs
  • Reduces the physicalization of mental stress into the body
  • Incredibly helpful for chronic and severe conditions and symptoms
  • Improves proper mental functions
  • Stimulates higher emotions and the activation of the heart
  • Increases potential for transmutation of lower emotions and instinctive responses 
  • Increases potential for inner experiences
  • Diminishes energetic blockages within the body
  • Undoes the effects of agitation in the body

Also In Body Tonic 2oz, Body Tonic

The Benefits of Bay Laurel:


Bay laurel (Laurus nobilis) is an aromatic evergreen tree native to the Mediterranean region. It has a long and rich history dating back thousands of years. 

Ancient Greece and Rome: 

Bay laurel has its roots in ancient Greek and Roman cultures. It was considered a symbol of honor, victory, and achievement. Ancient Greek poets and scholars, including Apollo’s priestesses at Delphi, wore wreaths made of bay laurel leaves. In Rome, victorious generals and emperors were often crowned with laurel wreaths during triumphal parades and celebrations.

Medicinal and Culinary Uses: 

In addition to its symbolic significance, bay laurel was used for its medicinal and culinary properties. It was believed to have various health benefits and was used in ancient remedies. Bay leaves, dried from the tree, are still used today as a culinary spice, imparting a unique flavor to soups, stews, and sauces.

Medieval Europe: 

Bay laurel was introduced to medieval Europe, where it became a popular ornamental and medicinal plant. It was cultivated in monastery gardens and often used as a symbol of wisdom and learning.

Botanical Discoveries: 

In the 18th century, bay laurel was classified and described by the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus as Laurus nobilis.

Cultural Symbolism: Over the centuries, bay laurel continued to be associated with honor and achievement. It was used in academic settings as a symbol of scholarly accomplishment, leading to the term “bachelor’s degree,” derived from the Latin “baccalaureus,” meaning “laurel berry.”

Cultural and Folklore:

In various cultures, bay laurel has been associated with protection, purification, and divination. It has been used in rituals and ceremonies to ward off evil spirits and negative energy.

Bay laurel’s enduring presence in history and culture reflects its versatility, symbolism, and cultural significance. It continues to be a valued plant with both practical and symbolic uses in various parts of the world.

Herbal Remedies: In medieval and Renaissance Europe, bay laurel was used in herbal medicine to treat various ailments, including digestive problems and respiratory issues.

  • taken internally it is useful in a wide range of bacterias, viruses, and candida
  • Excellent for prevention 
  • Strengthening and toning to the body
  • One of the best single oils for treating lymphatic conditions
  • Helps reduce and expel mucus
  • Gargling with bay laurel helps to reduce sore throats
  • Salt baths are both energetically cleansing and strengthening which helps with improving immune function and the prevention of contagious conditions
  • Sprains, strains, and injuries are greatly helped by liberal use of bay laurel
  • One of the best antivirals
  • Energetically cleansing
  • Activates the crown
  • Stimulates intuitive function
  • Protective qualities 
  • Strengthens and regenerates a fatigued endocrine system

GENITOURINARY: promotes menstruation 

IMMUNE: prevention of contagious conditions, colds, flus, viral infections, tonsillitis, sore throats, bacterial infections, fevers

  • one of the best remedies for a sore throat
  • Excellent for neutralizing viruses
  • One of the best oils for a wide range of bacterias including staphylococcus, streptococcus, E Colli, pneumococci, enterococci, gonococci, klebsiell
  • Excellent for treating candida


Lymphatic Tonic, strengthening, congested lymph nodes, sore throats, viscosity of lymph fluid, lymphatic stagnation

DIGESTIVE: indigestion, flatulence, loss of appetite, detoxifying to the digestive tract, colic


Mucus, expectorant, treating respiratory conditions including conditions due to infection, prevention of respiratory infections, sinus related issues, chronic sinus issues

MUSCULAR: sprains, strains, earache, dull achy pain

ENDOCRINE: Regenerative 

NERVOUS: hysteria, nervous tension, vital functions, regenerative, over stimulated sensory nerves (associated with poor lymphatic function, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, brain fatigue)

PSYCHOLOGY : stress, hysteria, dealing with difficult people 

Enhancing Concentration: Some individuals use bay laurel aromatherapy to improve focus and concentration. It is believed that the scent can help clear the mind and enhance mental clarity, which can be useful for tasks that require attention.

Emotional Balance: Bay laurel’s aromatic properties are thought by some to help balance emotions. It may be used to uplift mood and provide a sense of emotional stability.

Spiritual and Ritual Use: In various traditions and cultures, bay laurel has been used in spiritual and ritual practices. It is believed to have protective and purifying properties, which can be helpful for creating a sacred or positive mental space.

Personal Empowerment: 

Using bay laurel in rituals or ceremonies to set intentions, goals, or affirmations can be a symbolic way to empower oneself mentally and emotionally.

Memory and Learning: In folklore, bay laurel has been associated with improving memory and learning. Some people use it for mental exercises and studying, believing it may enhance cognitive functions.

ENERGETIC: protection, cleansing, soothing, psychic attack, raises the vibration of the lower chakras, activates the crown chakra

Conjunction of Opposites: 

Alchemists frequently worked with the concept of the “coniunctio oppositorum,” the union of opposites. Bay laurel, with its dual symbolism of success and purification, was sometimes used to represent this alchemical concept.

SPIRITUAL: intuition, conductivity, physicalizes spiritual energy, associated with prophesy

Ceremonial Cleansing: Bay laurel leaves are sometimes used in rituals and ceremonies to cleanse spaces, objects, or individuals of negative energies or influences. This practice is used to purify and prepare the spiritual environment for sacred work.


Bay Laurel is used for its protective qualities and is believed to create a shield of positive energy that can ward off negative influences, including psychic attacks and unwanted spiritual energies.

Offerings and Altar Decor: In some spiritual traditions, bay laurel leaves are placed on altars or used as offerings to deities, spirits, or ancestors. They are seen as a symbol of honor, respect, and devotion.

Divination: Bay laurel leaves have been used in divination practices, particularly in methods like scrying or dream interpretation. Some individuals use bay laurel leaves to enhance their intuition and receive guidance.

Spiritual Connection: Bay laurel is believed to enhance one’s connection with the spiritual realm. It is used in meditation and rituals to facilitate communication with spirit guides, angels, or higher consciousness.

Setting Intentions: Bay laurel leaves are sometimes inscribed with intentions or wishes, which are then burned in rituals. This practice is believed to release the intention into the universe and invite spiritual assistance in manifesting desires.

Harmony and Balance: Bay laurel is associated with themes of balance and harmony. It can be used to promote peace, serenity, and a sense of equilibrium in one’s spiritual and emotional life.

Empowerment and Achievement: Bay laurel is connected to qualities of success and achievement. It can be used in rituals to empower individuals and support their personal and spiritual goals.

Ceremonial Wreaths: Bay laurel leaves have been used to create ceremonial wreaths or garlands, which are worn or displayed during special occasions or rituals. These wreaths symbolize honor, victory, and accomplishment.

Protection Amulets: Some people carry bay laurel leaves or create amulets using bay laurel as a protective talisman. These amulets are believed to guard against negative energies and bring positive energy.


Solar Energy: 

The Sun is often associated with qualities of light, vitality, strength, and growth. Bay laurel’s bright, aromatic leaves and its connection to victory and achievement align with the Sun’s energy. It is believed to carry the solar energy that radiates warmth and positivity.

Success and Achievement: 

Bay laurel is considered a symbol of success and honor. Its association with the Sun’s energy relates to accomplishments, recognition, and the pursuit of personal goals. It is used to empower individuals and help them shine in their endeavors.

Purification and Clarity: 

The Sun is seen as a purifying force, and bay laurel is sometimes used for cleansing and clarity rituals. It can help remove obstacles, negative energies, and mental blockages, allowing the individual to shine with clarity.

Vitality and Health: 

The Sun is associated with vitality and good health. Bay laurel leaves, when used in rituals or as an herbal remedy, are believed to promote well-being and physical vitality.

Spiritual Illumination: 

The Sun represents spiritual illumination and enlightenment. Bay laurel is sometimes used to enhance one’s spiritual connection and inner wisdom, helping to illuminate the path of self-discovery.


The Sun’s energy is often seen as protective. Bay laurel can be used to create a protective shield against negative influences, helping individuals maintain their positive energy and vitality.

The Benefits of GALBANUM:

Galbanum Essential Oil

Respiratory Health: Galbanum has been used historically as an expectorant, helping to loosen and expel mucus from the respiratory tract. It was used to alleviate symptoms of coughs, bronchitis, and chest congestion.

Anti-Inflammatory: galbanum applied topically to reduce inflammation and relieve pain associated with conditions like arthritis and muscle aches is a great part of a multifaceted approach for pain management.

Wound Healing: Galbanum resin is used as an ingredient in salves and ointments for wound healing. It was believed to have antiseptic properties and promote the healing process.

Digestive Aid: Galbanum is used to aid digestion. It was believed to have carminative properties, helping to relieve digestive discomfort and bloating.

Pain Relief: Some traditional remedies included galbanum for its potential analgesic (pain-relieving) properties, which were used to alleviate various types of pain, including headaches and joint pain.

Menstrual Disorders: In some cultures, galbanum was used to address menstrual issues, such as irregular periods and menstrual pain.

Anti-Spasmodic: It was occasionally used as an anti-spasmodic agent to help relax muscles and relieve spasms.

Skin Conditions: Galbanum was used topically for various skin conditions, including wounds, rashes, and fungal infections. It was believed to have antifungal and antibacterial properties.

SKIN– Boils, abscess, skin inflammations, skin issues, acne, ulcer

IMMUNE– wound healing, may have an impact on chaotic cell growths

GENITOURINARY : antispasmodic, diuretic, aphrodisiac 

DIGESTIVE: diarrhea, indigestion, digestive complaints

CIRCULATORY: Lymphatic function (detoxification process), blood pressure

RESPIRATORY : antispasmodic, expectorant 

MUSCULAR– Aches and pains, rheumatism, inflammations, antispasmodic (smooth muscle of the respiratory, digestive, and urinary tract)

NERVOUS– Tonic, restorative, Stress-related complaints, nervous complaints, body tension associated with pain syndromes, polyneuritis (inflamed nerves over a large area, muscle losing tone, paralysis), stress, pain, epilepsy, psychosomatic conditions, tension in body caused by injury or pain

* one of the best additions to any pain management program 

PSYCHOLOGICAL – one of the best oils for reducing worry, Stress, fear, higher mental faculties (intuitive mind), restorative to the emotional body, shock, glamours

ENERGETIC– activates the heart, activates the crown, cleansing, fortifying 

SPIRITUAL– transmutation (mental), conductivity, expansion within the form, ceremony, ritual, prayer, transition, transcendence, 12th century used in the Jewish tradition for deliberate and unrepentant sinners, used in several anointing oils, given to Moses on Mt.Sinai, the ancient Egyptian “Green Incense” was Galbanum 

1. Mystical Transformation: Galbanum has been used as a symbol of transformation and spiritual growth. It represents the journey of the soul and the process of inner alchemy, where the seeker seeks to transmute base aspects of themselves into something higher and more refined.

2. Alchemical Symbolism: Galbanum has been used symbolically in alchemy to represent various aspects of the alchemical process, including purification, dissolution, and coagulation. It is often seen as a mysterious and enigmatic substance that embodies the mysteries of transformation.

3. Purification and Cleansing: Galbanum has been used in mystical and alchemical practices for its purification and cleansing properties. It is believed to have the ability to clear negative energies, both spiritually and energetically, allowing for a fresh start or a clean slate.

4. Sacred Rituals: Galbanum has been used in sacred rituals and ceremonies to create a mystical atmosphere. Its aroma is thought to elevate consciousness, enhance spiritual connection, and create a sacred space for mystical experiences.

5. Anointing: In some traditions, galbanum-infused oils or ointments have been used for anointing, symbolizing consecration and the marking of individuals or objects for a sacred purpose.

6. Enhancing Psychic Abilities: Some mystical practitioners believe that galbanum can enhance psychic and intuitive abilities, making it a valuable tool for divination, spiritual insight, and connecting with higher realms.

7. Astral Projection: Galbanum has been associated with practices related to astral projection and out-of-body experiences, aiding individuals in exploring other dimensions and realms beyond the physical.

8. Symbolic Correspondences: In mystical and alchemical symbolism, galbanum may be associated with specific planets, elements, or astrological signs, each carrying its own mystical significance.


Ancient Perfumes and Incense: Galbanum was a prized ingredient in ancient perfumes and incense, particularly in ancient Egypt and the Middle East. Its unique green, herbal, and slightly woody scent made it valuable in creating complex fragrances.

Ancient Egyptian Cosmetics: In ancient Egypt, galbanum was used in cosmetics and skincare preparations. It was believed to have beautifying properties and was used in perfumed oils and ointments.

Medicine in Antiquity: Galbanum was used in various ancient medicinal systems, including those of the Greeks and Romans. It was employed for its potential healing properties and was believed to help with respiratory issues, digestive complaints, and as a general tonic.

Embalming and Mummification: Like myrrh and frankincense, galbanum was used in the embalming and mummification processes in ancient Egypt. It played a role in preserving the bodies of the deceased.

Religious and Ritualistic Use: Galbanum was used in religious rituals and ceremonies in various cultures. It was often included in sacred incense blends, symbolizing purification and spiritual connection.

Ancient Trade: Galbanum was traded along ancient trade routes, including the Silk Road. It was a valuable commodity and was highly sought after in many parts of the world.

Traditional Medicine: In traditional herbal medicine systems, galbanum was used for its potential medicinal properties, including its use as an expectorant for respiratory conditions, as an aid for digestive problems, and for its perceived ability to alleviate pain.

Flavoring: In some culinary traditions, galbanum was used as a flavoring agent, particularly in ancient Persia and surrounding regions.

Scented Oils and Salves: Galbanum resin was used to create scented oils and salves for various purposes, including perfumery and medicinal applications.

Sacred Anointing: Galbanum was occasionally used in sacred anointing oils for consecrating individuals, objects, or sacred spaces.


Jupiter: Jupiter is often associated with expansive, benevolent, and optimistic energies. It is considered the planet of growth, abundance, wisdom, and spiritual expansion. The planet Jupiter is associated with the following attributes:

Expansion: Jupiter’s influence is seen as expansive, representing the growth of consciousness and the broadening of one’s horizons. It encourages openness to new experiences and opportunities.

Abundance: Jupiter is linked to abundance and prosperity, both material and spiritual. It is believed to bring blessings and good fortune.

Wisdom: Jupiter is associated with wisdom, higher knowledge, and philosophical pursuits. It promotes the search for truth and understanding.

Spiritual Connection: Jupiter is often linked to spiritual matters and the quest for higher consciousness. It encourages a sense of spirituality and connection with the divine.

Optimism: Jupiter’s influence is considered optimistic and positive. It promotes a positive outlook on life, hope, and faith.

Protection: Some traditions associate Jupiter with protective energies, shielding individuals from negative influences and harm.