Nag Champa Oil
The slightly heady, but sweet fragrance of this flower is very popular with many Ashrams and Holistic centers in India, from where it spread out all over the world.
How to use?
Apply 1 to 2 drops only on your solar plexus chakra (it is located at the hollow area between the ribs) or burn it.
How does it work?
Nag Champa is one of the flowering trees of the Magnoliaceae family with bright Orange Yellow flowers.
Michelia Champaka Alba is a close relative of Michelia Champaka producing white flowers with more or less the same aromatic compounds.
Champaka is a holistic flower with hundreds of references in the folk lore & legends of Hindu mythology.
Nag Champa is arguably, the most popular incense in the world. The extracts from this plant is widely used by the Perfume industry, and the various traditional and tribal medicine systems of India. Some popular brands of perfumes in the market such as "Joy", "J`adore" and "Dior" make use of the fragrance essence which is extracted from the flowers of Nag Champa.
The slightly heady, but sweet fragrance of this flower is very popular with many Ashrams and Holistic centers in India, from where it spread out all over the world. As the new age life style became more popular the west, Nag Champa incense took its fair share. As a result, it is THE MOST popular and (hence) the most faked incense in the world.
It is also referred to in many classical medical textbooks of ancient India.
It is Diuretic, Anti Rheumatic, Stimulant, Purgative & Expectorant.
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