At Thistle Farms they know that love heals. Women who come from a life on the streets find a new start at Thistle Farms making a line of beautiful bath and body care products. These five unique blends of essential oils are as healing for the women who make them as for those who use them. Long known for potent healing qualities, essential oils from native plants were some of the first medicine. With many uses, these essential oils are great to add to your bath, for massage or acupressure, to steam, or as a perfume scent.
AHIMSA - Sow seeds of universal love and non-violence. Made from cinnamon, clove, sweet orange, cedar in olive oil.
MITZVAH - Encourage acts of human kindness. Made from lavender, ginger root, mandarin, vanilla in sweet almond oil.
COMPASSION - Open the heart to prayer and mindfulness. Made from geranium, myrrh, chamomile, lavender in jojoba oil.
INSPIRATION - Uplift the spirit and invite new dreams. Made from bergamot, cardamom, sweet orange in coconut oil.
CONTEMPLATION - Restore mind and body for reflection. Made from jasmine, grapefruit, frankincense, and myrrh in olive oil.
- Glass bottle with roll-on applicator
- 0.22 oz
- Made in the U.S.A.
- August 17, 2017
I got Ashima oil and it is very pleasant-- a light orange-cinnamon scent. Very nice.
- July 18, 2016
- November 23, 2015
I purchased Compassion and I can say it smells wonderful. The scent is intense, but for me that is a good thing; I can tell it's going to last awhile on my skin, unlike some other oils I've used. The various essences blend well together. The scent isn't as pleasing when you sniff it directly from the bottle- test some on your skin before you think it's no good. Very happy with this purchase, thank you.
- March 5, 2015
I love these oils!
- May 29, 2016
I bought Inspiration, which has a lemony citrus scent, with a sweet under note, and a hint of spice. I keep it in my purse and roll it on pulse points to perk up blah or dreary days at work. The scent is pleasing and useful for what I mentioned but it does not last long, which is why I give it 4 stars instead of 5.
- March 5, 2015
Again, I hate to say it, but it is repulsive. The scent "Mitizvah" I threw away. I would not give this to my worst enemy let alone regift it to a friend..