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Organic natural incense handmade with Leaves and flowers of Italian cypress.
The harvest was done at the peak of flowering to benefit to the maximum of its balsamic properties.

The use of cypress dates back to the oldest herbal medicine. The cypress, as well as being a vasoconstrictor useful for promoting microcirculation, is traditionally used to promote the well-being of the upper respiratory tract thanks to its intense and persistent balsamic and resinous essence. Twigs and leaves are rich in balsamic, anti-inflammatory, disinfectant, antiseptic, decongestant, expectorant and cough sedative substances.

Already present in Egyptian medicine that attributed magical properties to it, it has always been a symbol of spirituality and meditation. The Egyptians used cypress wood in the mummification process and it was often used for the construction of the mummy sarcophagus.

Among the Greeks it was considered a sacred tree and was never lacking in the thickets around the temples. According to tradition, the cypress originates on the island of Crete, home of the Great Mother Rhea, and in particular on the slopes of Mount Ida, adorned with beautiful centuries-old cypresses. Its botanical name in fact (Cupressus sempervirens), derives from the Cretan cuparissuss and refers to an ancient myth, taken up by the poet Ovid in the quot;Metamorphosesquot;, from which derives the double value life / death attributed to the plant, and the use of planting it in cemeteries as a guarantee of future rebirth.

The cypress tree is sacred to Apollo, Hera, Athena, Hades, Pluto, Hecate, Artemis, Asclepius, Astarte, Persephone, Cronus, Cybele and Aphrodite.

Cypresses were often linked to mourning, to grief for the loss of loved ones; in fact they have a calming power and can help overcome such losses.
In aromatherapy it is used for its relaxing, calming and rebalancing effect of the nervous system. It gives serenity, relieves stress and anxiety and makes us more pragmatic, allowing us to focus on the essentials.

The transcendent nature of the plant makes this smudge precious for meditation, for the purification of environments and ideas, gives calm and serenity in mind and spirit and is a good aid for spiritual growth.

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