Wintergreen Essential Oil
Pure, steam distilled essential oil of Gaultheria procumbens
Hex-breaking, counter-cursing, protection, healing.
Your glass oil vial is 8 mm X 45 mm and holds 5/16 of a dram (about 25 to 30 drops). Plastic lid and applicator seals tight.
Many Ways to Use Your Oils:
You can use essential oils to bring the potent energy of the plant to your workings. This is a powerful way to incorporate the pure essence of plants into spells, lotions, shampoos, your own oil blends, creams, oil burners (diffusers), incense blends, etc.
All PaganPath oils and blends make excellent anointing oils for candles or altar tools, can be used to add energy to spell bags or mojo pouches, and make excellent personal fragrances. You can use any of the oils in a diffuser as you would incense. When worn as a perfume or added to your bath, you incorporate the energy of the oil into your personal power, and carry your magickal working with you, releasing the spell along with the fragrance.
About Essential Oils:
PaganPath essential oils are 100% pure, undiluted, natural oils. These are the pure essence of a plant, steam distilled and quality guaranteed.
PaganPath oils are intended for serious practitioners and are pure concentrates. This means that you will probably only want to use one drop at a time. One vial contains between 25 to 30 drops, so you will be able to anoint as many candles, or wear a scent for about a month.
You may also dilute your oils at home with a half ounce of any quality base oil such as olive, almond, avocado, etc. You might also enjoy using some oils in your personal care items. For example, a vial of Tea Tree E or Rosemary E can be added to about 12 ounces of shampoo, or a vial of Prosperity M can be added to 16 ounces of unscented body lotion.
PaganPath Essential oils and absolutes are premium quality, undiluted, “aromatherapy” grade. You may request a Certificate of Analysis (C of A) or a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any of our essential oils, absolutes and resinoids.