What is it?
All the Tarocchi Spray blends are based on an essential oil recipe that dates back to the 14th century.
Legend has it that a group of spice merchants used a blend of oils and herbs to protect themselves as they stole from the dead during the Bubonic Plague.
Since then, herbalists around the world have mixed these ingredients together in various forms to cleanse, protect and enhance.
Tarocchi Sprays are based on that legendary combination of ingredients, yet each has also been custom blended in specific ways to to help improve your mood and energy.
Lemon Essential Oil is a completely natural ingredient that also serves as a home health remedy. It’s extracted from the peel of fresh lemons
using a “cold-pressing” process that pricks and rotates the peel as oil is released.
Lemon Essential Oil can be diluted and applied topically to your skin, as well as diffused
into the air and inhaled. Some people swear by lemon essential oil as an ingredient that fights exhaustion, helps with depression, clears your skin, kills harmful viruses and bacteria, and reduces inflammation.
Lemon Oil has protective properties such as anti-oxidants, and is used in aromatherapy as a natural analgesic, as it’s both stress relieving & rejuvenating.
Native to Southeast Asia, Clove Oil is an essential oil that’s derived from trees. We use only Clove Bud Oil as it has a stronger floral scent than Clove Leaf.
Clove Oil is produced by distilling the dried flower buds that are collected from the tree.
Clove Oil, which ranges in color from colorless to light yellow and has a strong, spicy aroma, has been used for centuries in a variety of applications.
Used to fight infections, Clove Bud Essential Oil is renown for it’s high anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties.
It has a cooling effect on nasal cavities and throat, relieves respiratory conditions like cough and asthma, and is an excellent pain reliever for muscles and joints, while being antibacterial & stimulating.
Eucalyptus oil is an essential oil derived from the oval-shaped leaves of eucalyptus trees, originally native to Australia. Manufacturers extract oil from eucalyptus leaves by drying, crushing, and distilling them.
More than a dozen species of eucalyptus trees are used to create essential oils, each of which offers its own unique blend of natural compounds and therapeutic benefits. It strengthens the overall metabolism, circulation, and immune system. It’s also a powerful antiseptic and analgesic that can be used to treat wounds, infections, and painful inflammation.
While eucalyptus oil’s evergreen scent and much of its medicinal effects are primarily thanks to a compound called eucalyptol, eucalyptus oil is packed with numerous natural compounds that work in synergy to produce a variety of health benefits.
Native to parts of South Asia, today cinnamon plants are grown across different nations throughout Asia and shipped around the world in the form of cinnamon essential oil or cinnamon spice. It’s believed that today over 100 varieties of cinnamon are grown worldwide
Throughout history, the cinnamon plant has been tied to protection and prosperity. It’s said to have been part of a mixture of oils used by grave-robbing bandits to protect themselves during the plague in the 15th century, and, traditionally, it’s also associated with the ability to attract wealth.
The cinnamon plant is used in a few different ways to produce medicinally beneficial products. Cinnamon Oil is a bit different because it’s a much more potent form of the plant that contains special compounds not found in the dried spice.
According to research, the list of cinnamon benefits
is long. Cinnamon is known to possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and Immune-boosting protection against colds and the flu. It also repels bacteria, parasites and bugs.
Rosemary is a fragrant herb that is native to the Mediterranean and receives its name from the Latin words “ros” (dew) and “marinus” (sea), which means “dew of the Sea.” It also grows in England, Mexico, the USA, and northern Africa, namely in Morocco. Known for its distinctive fragrance that is characterized by an energizing, evergreen, citrus-like, herbaceous scent, Rosemary Essential Oil is derived from the aromatic herb Rosmarinus Officinalis, and It’s appearance is similar to Lavender with flat pine needles that have a light trace of silver.
In the Middle Ages, Rosemary was believed to be able to ward off evil spirits and to prevent the onset of the bubonic plague. With this belief, Rosemary branches were commonly strewn across floors and left in doorways to keep the disease at bay. Rosemary was also an ingredient in “Four Thieves Vinegar,” a concoction that was infused with herbs and spices and used by grave robbers to protect themselves against the plague.
Used throughout the civilizations in cosmetics for its antiseptic, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-oxidant properties and in medical care for its health benefits.
Despite being unaware of the concept of germs, people of the 16th century used Rosemary as incense or as massage balms and oils to eliminate harmful bacteria, especially in the rooms of those suffering from illness. For thousands of years, folk medicine has also used Rosemary for its ability to improve memory, soothe digestive issues, and relieve aching muscles.