Ideal for creating a space of calm and balance when sprayed into the air or onto clothing prior to or following stressful encounters. Spray onto bed sheets to encourage deep sleep and colorful dreams.
Distilled water, denatured alcohol plus pure essential oils of lavender, rosemary, neroli and vetivert.
Spray directly into the air, on clothes, linens, bed sheets or directly onto the skin as a body cologne. Shake well before using and be sure to close eyes when spraying directly onto the skin.
|Product Type||Syrups & Sprays|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
Earth Solutions founder Dr David Epstein, D.O., a practicing holistic osteopathic physician, began with environmental product, distributing a natural oxygenating solution for soil conditioning. Influenced by his interest in natural remedies, the nutrient rich oxygenating solution was formulated into DermAlive, the predecessor to Cell Food which was developed after the supplier sold the company.
The ScentBall and CarScenter aromatherapy diffusers were developed by Earth Solutions in collaboration with Hubmar in 1995 and 1997. Earth Solutions were the pioneers that offered a natural plant-derived aroma alternative to an industry of artificial fragrances. On the heels of that and with the creative genius of folk artist Eric Legge, Earth Solutions took on a new look. The collection of five Scent Inhalers grew to twenty and became a best, all-time and ongoing product. The convenience and concept of affirmations associated with scents in a pocket-sized inhaler was a hit.
Earth Solutions launched the Jeffrey David 1999 when Jeff Boast brought his talent in computer aided jewelry design to help create a unique line of aromatherapy jewelry. Since then, the line expanded to over 500 jewelry designs. Collections range from aromatherapy to music, flower of life, new age, sports and many custom designs in pendants, earrings and charms.
With a passion for aquaponics and help from friend Dav Frayne, Dr. Dave designed the Farm in a Box. This first-commercially-available aquarium aquaponic garden mounts onto a standard glass fish tank became a media sensation. Articles appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and featured the Farm in a Box on Good Morning America for the 4th of July garden special in 2010.