Reed diffusers are the perfect way to naturally scent your home without having to use a flame. Simply set your reeds in the bottle and walk away for endless all natural scents. Remember to occasionally flip the reeds to keep your scent throw going.
Use plant properties from the diffuser for rituals by making runes, bindrunes or sigils on your altar or body
comes with 6 reeds
All natural replacement for chemical home sprays
Fine fragrance oil, can be used as a perfume as well
Library - Put on your smoking jacket, grab a leather bound novel and flip through the pages. This scent brings on the atmosphere of a historic library.
Leather - It really smells like leather, we promise.
Frosted juniper - This scent brings on the atmosphere of an evergreen forest and is our best seller.
Campfire - This scent brings on the atmosphere of an evening around the campfire. It is very masculine smelling.
Cypress & bayberry - Cypress and Bayberry brings the the ambiance of pristine woods into your home and gives off the essence of a foggy forest, perfect for any outdoors enthusiast.
Fraser fir - This scent creates the perfect ambiance of a fir forest.
Frankincense & myrrh -This blend was created to help calm and sooth before and during meditation. It is a mixture of both frankincense & myrrh.
Idun's apples - It's like smelling the apples right from Idun's hands. This is one of the store owner's favorite scents.
Blue spruce - Ever hike out and cut your own Tree? With our Blue Spruce, you'll feel like you did just that. More complex than a typical Fraser or Douglas Fir, it has a punchy, brightness that is really pleasing. Capture the spirit of the forest with this strong, true, and enchanting scent.
HOW TO USE -
-Insert rattan reeds directly into bottle and flip weekly or as needed to refresh the scent.
-To create a heavier sent - just add more reeds.
-Keep away from direct sunlight or other heat sources to avoid drying out the reeds.
-Do not consume and keep away from children or pets. If the oil spills, clean up immediately, as the oils and resins can cause damage to some finishes.