and their accompanying accoutrements

    

Ancient Wisdom essential oils
High-grade essential oils in 10ml bottles (despite the slightly naff trade-name, these are very good quality). Available in the following scents:

Bergamot

4.20

Cedarwood Virginian

2.50

Cinnamon

2.50

Clary Sage

3.50

Eucalyptus

2.40

Frankincense (dilute)

2.95

Ginger

3.75

Ho Wood

2.35

Jasmine (dilute)

3.90

Juniperberry

4.35

     

Lavender

2.50

Lemongrass

2.50

Myrrh

7.75

Orange

2.50

Patchouli

2.50

Peppermint

2.50

Rose (dilute)

4.50

Rosemary

2.50

Sandalwood Amayris

3.95

Tea Tree

2.50


    

Ancient Wisdom base oils
High-grade base oils in 100ml bottles. Available in the following scents:

Almond

2.50

Fractionated Coconut

2.50


    

Ancient Wisdom blended/massage oils
High-grade blended oils in 100ml bottles, for massage, bathing etc.. Available in the following blends:

Joints Ease Massage & Bath Oil

4.50

Muscle Ease Massage & Bath Oil

4.50

Relaxing Massage & Bath Oil

4.50

Sleepy Lavender Massage & Bath Oil

4.50

Mr Cleancut Shaving Oil

4.50




    

Ancient Wisdom fragrant pumice stones
Granules of pumice impregnated with essential oils: use like a pot-pourri, i.e. place the stones in a bowl or other suitable open container and shake them periodically to renew the fragrance. Can also be dampened and then heated gently in an oil-burner.

Price:1.75 per 4oz. bag.

Available in the following scents:

Sleep Stones

Impregnated with lavender to encourage deep, restful sleep (they really work, at least for some people). Keep in a bowl by the bed.

Dream Stones

Impregnated with patchouli and jasmine to encourage dreaming. Keep in a bowl by the bed.

Romance Stones

A sweet, heavy scent to encourage a romantic mood.

Living Space Stones

A pleasant invigorating scent, sweet yet fresh, said to expand the mind.

Kitchen Refresh Stones

A fresh, fruity scent to combat greasy kitchen smells.

Ashtray Stones

Impreganted with lemongrass and cinnamon to combat stale tobacco odours. The instructions say to place them actually in the ashtray, but if you do that either you can't use the ashtray again or the stones end up full of ash!