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Wild Meadows Body Oil

Wild Meadows Body Oil

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Our Wild Meadows body oil is infused with homegrown Calendula, Meadowsweet, Comfrey root and organic lemongrass then gently spiced with a synergistic blend of Lavender, Ylang Ylang and Vetiver essential oils. Perfect for daily body oiling or adding to your bath for an uplifting self care ritual.

Our gardens are our kin. We nurture every plant with respect and care before using in our offerings. We hope you feel the magic we do in these plants.


+Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil (Sunflower), *Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract (Calendula), +Cymbopogon Citratus Extract (Lemongrass), *Spiraea Ulmaria extract (Meadowsweet), +Symphytum Officinale Root Extract (Comfrey), Lavandula Angustifolia Oil (Lavender), Cananga Odorata Flower Oil (Ylang Ylang), Vetiveria Zizanoides Root Oil (Vetiver), Tocopherol (Vitamin E).
+Organic. *Homegrown


Meadowsweet is also known in folklore as Queen of the Meadow and is of the three herbs held to be sacred by the Druids, the other two being Vervain and Water Mint. The beautiful sweet smelling white flowers are a delight to be in the presence of in the warm summer moths.

The plant’s name, “comfrey” is derived from the Latin “con firma” meaning “grow together” referred to the plant’s purported ability to knit bones back together and the Greek word, “symphyo” which is the root of the generic name, Symphytum which means “to unite.” Comfrey is associated with Saturn and water and is sacred to Hecate.

Lemongrass with its uplifting natural lemon scent is known for clearing energy, purification and fostering focus in ritual or ceremony.

Calendula is one of the best herbs for all purpose skin care, especially folks with hyper sensitive skin but also has some interesting folk lore and magic ! Calendula is an important herb in all kinds of light, fire, and sun magic, giving strength to spells and enchantments. As a sun herb, it brings confidence and respect to ritual. Noted this beautiful flower also has connections to the moon after which its name derives. The name Calendula originates from the Latin word "Calends", indicating the plant’s characteristic to bloom at the beginning of every month, an interesting note that connects Calendula with the menstrual cycle.

We combine the wild harvested and homegrown herbs in oil and let this infuse in warmth and darkness for minimum of 6 weeks. This process, called maceration, allows the herbs to slowly extract their healing properties into the carrier oil.


Massage into skin or add to bath to deep moisturizing skin and ease muscle and joint pains. Best used after shower for hydrating skin and deep penetration. Best kept in a dry spot out of sunlight.

For external use. Not for use if pregnant or breastfeeding. Not for use if allergic to salicin or plants in the aster family.


Exotic floral notes, with sweet citrus and fresh bloom notes.

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