Refreshing Body and Soul with Ancient Biblical Fragrances!
Delight yourself or someone special with this very popular bath & spa gift set. In ancient days, plants, trees and herbs were of extreme importance and value in every aspect of life. Their beneficial use for healing, for food, as well as for beauty is well documented. Each set includes essential oils from ancient bible times and dead sea salts so you can enjoy some of the same beautiful aroma's and feels from biblical days.
Each set includes travel size Body Lotion (2 oz), Body Wash (2 fl oz) & our fabulous Bath Salts (4 oz) all packaged in a perfect size travel pouch.
POMEGRANATE fragrance speaks of the blessings and favor of the LORD. In the beautiful love song of the Bible, Song of Songs, pomegranates are mentioned 8 times, twice comparing the beauty and desirability of the bride to a lush garden. It is as the garden of Eden, "...where the Lord God made to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight and good for food," (Gen. 2:9). "My sister, my bride, is a garden locked up…an orchard that puts forth pomegranates and other precious fruits, henna and nard..." Song 4:12-13. Our Pomegranate products are slightly fruity in aroma, but very subtle and not overwhelming.
MYRRH the fragrance of Queen Esther. Myrrh, an exotic Biblical spice, was used as a burial spice but also in purification and beautification rites. The Bible records the story of Esther, one of many beautiful virgins brought to the King of Persia's palace, who was bathed in Oil of Myrrh for six months and with other aloes and perfumes for another six months before her One Night with the King (Esther 2:12). As the story continues, Esther finds great favor with King Xerxes; "The king loved Esther more than all the other women, and she obtained grace and favor in his sight more than all the virgins; so he set the royal crown upon her head and made her queen..." (Esther 2:17). Song of Sol. 1:13: "A bundle of myrrh is my well-beloved unto me."
Frankincense & Myrrh: In temple days, sweet incense containing Frankincense was placed on the Inner Altar of the Tabernacle and burned morning and evening. Frankincense was also used in certain sacrifices, making them a "sweet smelling aroma to the Lord." Myrrh, an exotic Biblical spice, was used as a burial spice but also in purification and beautification rites.