Why is Jasmine, in Ritual 1, Intention-Based Aromatherapy™?
“Pikake” is the Hawaiian word for jasmine. I first fell in love with jasmine’s transporting fragrance in Miami Beach. It wafted through the air one romantic summer evening and thrilled my senses into life and my love affair with it was born. It is an essential ingredient of my product my flagship product “Ritual 1, Intention-Based Aromatherapy™”.
According to Marie Neal, author of In Gardens of Hawaii, even the Hawaiian Princess, Kaiulani was fond of jasmine, as well as the pikake bird (peacock).
“Pikake” is adapted from the word peacock. Jasminum sambac is known as “sampaguita” in the Philippines, where it is the national flower, “gunda mallige” in India, “mo li” in parts of China, and “Arabian jasmine” in the mainland USA. The flower is grown in India, Thailand, China, and the Philippines commercially, and used to make perfume and tea flavoring. In Hawaii, “pikake” is grown in landscapes and gardens and by commercial producers of lei flowers and it grows everywhere naturally like weeds.
I put essential oil of jasmine in my flagship product “Ritual 1, Intention-Based Aromatherapy™” to remind me of the sensations of being on vacation and being in love. Such wonderful sensations could be integrated into our future ways of being, a part of our future selves, in essence our future memories as designed in our Mind, Mist, Manifest ritual to shift us there the moment Ritual 1 wafts through the air to our noses. Let jasmine transport you back to the future as it does me. Buy Ritual 1, Intention-Based Aromatherapy™ here!
Updated 12/16/19 by admin