history: the coastal marshes, dunes and wetlands along the New England shore fill with tall grassy purple flowers known as Salt Hay that sway in the salty breeze. Its sweet scent when it is cut and dried in October smells like the sun. Salt Hay grows in such abundance and thrives in even the saltiest marsh conditions that it is traditionally associated with fertility and strength. It has all the qualities of the New England autumn peak of harvest, bright red and yellow foliage, blue skies, bright sun and the fresh salty air that feels like optimism.
origin: new england salt marsh
essential oil blend: salt hay, sea lavender, bayberry and wild beach rose
aromatherapy: abundance, strength and positivity
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