The Archangel Apothecary

The Archangel Apothecary

Incense, Oils, Herbs, Potions, & Prayers for Everyday Life

eBook - 2016
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The use of herbs and oils has been in practice throughout history. In ancient times incenses, oils, and elixirs were used to heal the sick, soothe the emotions, banish evil energies, as well as to facilitate divine communication, through the subtle energetic properties of the herbs and oils used. Modern studies in herbology and aromatherapy have proven not only the medicinal soundness of herbs and essential oils to facilitate healing on the mind, body, and soul, but have also unlocked their metaphysical properties. For example, bergamot attracts prosperity, frankincense clears negativity, and Jasmine draws spiritual love. When you combine the healing and metaphysical components of herbs and oils with the energy vibrations of prayer, and with the assistance of the archangels, magic happens. The Archangel Apothecary; Incense, Oils, Herbs, Potions, & Prayers for Everyday Life by Dar Payment is a collection of over 240 original recipes, and 55 effective prayers designed to help you live a healthy, prosperous, and joy filled life. And more importantly, will serve to deepen your faith and trust in God's master helpers; also known as the Archangels. This compendium of herbal and angelic lore is a vital tool for every spiritual person on any spiritual path, free from the constraints of traditional religious dogma.
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby, 2016.
Made available through hoopla, 2016.
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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