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Ritual herbal blend - Aether - Purifico, 15ml

Ritual herbal blend - Aether - Purifico, 15ml

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Ritual herbal blend - Aether - Purifico

Semiphoras' first-class ritual herbal mixtures are made using traditional methods from pure and organic raw materials; from herbs, seeds, roots, berries and flowers. Carefully selected and consecrated ingredients rich in symbolic meaning are carefully dried, ground and mixed into ready-made herbal mixtures. We recommend using herbal mixtures as part of altar and ritual work and during the Purifico, Dedico and Ascendo phases. Ritual herbal mixtures are also suitable for use as potpourri.

In ancient Greek mythology, Aither was the primordial god (protogenos) of light, space and the brightness of the sky. In Hesiod's Birth of the Gods, Aither is the son of Erebus and Nycs and the brother of Hemera. His mother Nyks (personification of night) pulls the dark mist from Erebos across the sky, bringing night below him, while his sister Hemera (day) pulls away the mist to reveal the radiant glow of Aither and brings day. In Greek mythology, the ether was imagined to be pure essence, the upper air in which the gods lived and breathed. It was thus distinguished from the ordinary air breathed by mortals.

Symbol meaning

The most important ingredients of the heavenly and luxurious Aether - Purifico herbal mixture are:

  • Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) leaves. The raspberry symbolizes femininity (Venus), blood and love. In the scientific name of raspberry (Rubus idaeus), "rubus" means red and "idaeus" means growing on Ídavuori. According to Greek mythology, the raspberry was originally a white berry. A raspberry bush appeared on the island of Crete, on the slopes of Mount Ída, and the Olympian gods fell in love with the plant. The nymph Ida (Idē), daughter of the Cretan king Melisseus and one of Zeus' nurses, wanted to pick raspberries to comfort the young child Zeus. As she picked berries from the bush, the nymph's chest was pricked by the sharp thorns of the branch. Blood leaking from Ida dyed the bush's white berries bright red, and since then the raspberry's berries have been red. In African American Hoodoo, raspberry leaves are added to bath water in the hope of gaining a lover and keeping him faithful.
  • Lamium album (Lamium album) leaves and flowers. White pipe is also known as "white archangel" because of the plant's pure white flowers in Europe, often at the beginning of May, around Archangel Michael's Day. White pepper has been used to treat women's ailments in particular, such as vaginal bleeding, uterine bleeding and menstrual pains. According to the English physician Nicholas Culpeper (1616–1654), white pipe "makes the heart and head rejoice". In accordance with humoral theory, Culpeper considered the plant dry and hot. He considered it to be the herb of Venus and recommended its use especially for women.
  • Myrrhis odorata (Myrrhis odorata) leaves. As an herb, milk thistle has been used to promote digestion, purify the blood, trigger spasms and increase mucus secretion. In the Middle Ages, the hatchet was used together with angelica to fight the plague. In Finland, ax has been used together with tea made from fennel to ward off witch arrows. It has also been considered an herb that strengthens the "gift of sight".

Ritual use

Ritual Herbal Blend - Purifico: Mix a pinch of Ritual Herbal Blend into consecrated water to increase and target a symbolic, purifying effect. Fill a flat container, for example a sounding bowl, with water and sprinkle in the herbal mixture. You can use the ritual herbal mixture to cleanse a sacred area or space by mixing the herbal mixture directly with the washing water. The trial mixture can also be used like incense. Sprinkle a pinch of the herbal mixture over glowing embers or throw it directly into an open fireplace or campfire.

Ritual Herb Mix - Dedico : Use the Ritual Herb Mix to build an altar or complement and enrich an already existing altar. Strengthen the altar candles by rolling them in a herbal mixture. Sprinkle the ritual herb mixture directly onto the altar, grid, or open container, such as a ritual bowl or seashell. You can also sanctify the desired space by sprinkling the ritual herbal mixture in four different corners of the room. The herbal mixture is also excellently suitable as an ingredient of portable pendants, amulets and Talismans, to remind about the aspirations and the things they represent.

Ritual Herbal Blend - Ascendo: Mix a pinch of ritual herbal blend into the oil. Oil enhanced with a mixture of herbs can be used in anointing, where an object is anointed with oil to symbolize blessing, sanctification, completion or preparation for something important.

Product description

Content about 15ml

Ingredients: Rubus idaeus, Lamium album, Myrrhis odorata

Manufacturer: Semiphoras Oy, Espoo

Made by hand in Espoo.

The ingredient list is subject to change. Please check the up-to-date list of ingredients on the side of the cardboard package.

Note! For ritual use. Store in a dry and cool place protected from light. For external use only. Not suitable for consumption. Some ingredients, such as herbs and spices, can irritate the skin or be harmful if swallowed. Do not use the product if you are allergic to any of its ingredients, have ulcers or other damage to the skin. Do not use the product on children or pets and keep out of their reach. If you use the product as incense, pay attention to fire safety.

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