Lava is not only grounding, it's a way to have aromatherapy all day long. Simply add a drop to a single lava bead and it will absorb into the lava, releasing a mild relaxing or stimulating scent all day long. Create your own scents by adding new oils to the beads.
This kit gives you a chance to try out a few of our favorite premium essential oils. Each kit includes an adjustable necklace with 3 beads, 7 drams of essential oils in a cute easily transportable tin, and a bar of our Autumn Fig Soap so we can introduce you to the wonders of our handmade, artisan soaps.
Note: Essential oil selection may vary from photo. Necklace and bracelets will be randomly selected unless otherwise requested.
Lava rock is a stone of strength, protection and stability in times of change. Some believe that they can help disperse anger, provide guidance in decisions, and guide you in times of change.
Each lava bead and bracelet is completely unique - no two are exactly alike.
How to use lava beads with essential oils:
Since lava rock is porous, it is a natural way to enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy all day long. Gently place a drop of essential oil to one of the beads (you can use your finger or a Q-tip as well). Choose a single oil or create your favorite blend by applying more than one oil to a single bead or color coding your favorite oils with different colored beads. The beads will absorb the oils fairly quickly but may appear wet for a short time.
About the Materials
Arizona is known for five things: cattle, citrus, climate, copper and cotton. We've incorporated a few of these elements into our jewelry.
Turquoise - This precious stone holds a long history in the Southwest. Believed to bring strength to the wearer and help them overcome illness, turquoise has long been valued throughout the region.
Copper - We use copper to represent Arizona, the "Copper State". Even today, there are many working copper mines in the state.
Silver - In the 1800s, Navajo (Diné) artists began working silver after learning the art from Mexican silversmiths. The Zuni soon began trading their livestock for silver-smithing instruction; and by the late 1800s, Zuni smiths had taught the Hopi.
About the Colors
Represents peace, winter and calm
Purity, light, sharing and mourning
Represents night, victory, a full life and a valiant death
Victory, success, power, strength, life
Represents thunder and the sunset
Faith, beauty, energy, blood, Courage
Represents nature and being one with the earth. It represents a healer and is a protective color
Harmony, healing, nature, endurance, protection
Represents water, which is the lifeblood of the Southwest. It is a giver of life, wisdom and intelligence
Intuition, trust, wisdom, critically important
Represents mysticism and things unknown. Purple is a sacred color, one used only in religious ceremonies due to its reverence.
Magic, mysticism, power,
Represents the determination to fight to the death or do what is necessary to win.