Rustic Cedar Soap
Vegan, small batch made, this soap lays on a bed of wildcrafted redcedar leaf on a wood slice soap dish, infused with redcedar leaf organic, pure essential oil, distilled on the Canadian West Coast by a small family owned business. Perfect to use as an everyday soap, it provides a gentle exfoliation with slowly ground black peppercorns & French green clay that gently removes dead skin cells from the skin’s outer surface, helping to naturally exfoliate the dry skin layer and increase circulation, leaving your skin looking and feeling soft and moisturized.
The cedar tree has been revered for its spiritual significance for thousands of years. Its wood was used for the doors of sacred temples and burned in cleansing ceremonies for purification. The tree was thought to house important gods and to be an entrance to higher realms. Also known as the Tree Of Life, it grows near freshwater; this specific infusion comes from the rainforest cliffs of the Pacific Ocean, where it is the Tree of British Columbia. One of the things the Canadian West Coast is known internationally for is their unbelievable old growth cedar. Abundant & glowing green, there are many areas where one can look up to the sky and see cedar almost touching the stars. Western Redcedar is immortal, these trees have been known to live over 1,500 years. Western Red Cedars grow significantly bigger than their Northern cousins, so they contain a larger ring of sapwood.
Medicinally, cedar is used for respiratory issues, anxiety, diabetes, insomnia & as a disinfectant. Magically, it’s used for confidence, strength, power, money, protection, healing and purification. Used for protection, purifying energy, balance, healing, contacting the spirit world, funerary rites & plant devotion. Whatever reason you’re drawn to cedar, we simply find this powerhouse plant ally divine!
Includes one handmade soap bar on cedar leaf & wood slice, beautifully wrapped and ready to gift to a loved one or for your own pampering self care.
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