Magic Water

4oz. Magic Mist & Myrrh Magic Set

Purchase 4oz. Set HERE

Complete Set has an 8oz., 4oz., and 2oz. bottle of Magic Mist & Myrrh Magic
Purchase Complete Set HERE

Magic Mist is a water-based skin conditioner. Filtered water is infused with shungite and frankincense to create the magic mist which clears the air in your aura of EMFs and helps to calm your skin’s reaction to negative ions. 432Hz frequencies are also infused into the water from an aquamarine crystal singing bowl. Perfect for after the beach! It may also help:

•relieve dry skin and redness.

•alleviate itching from rashes and bug bites

•alleviate eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea.

•skin healing from cuts and scratches, acne issues

Myrrh Magic is a water-based, natural cleanser that helps kill microorganisms and some parasites. Use on acne and blemishes. It is a powerful antioxidant that helps sores heal and may help with gum health. May help to alleviate pain and inflammation. Refresh the feet and alleviate Athlete’s Foot.

Myrrh oil can be inhaled, applied topically, or used for oral care. Mist your mask to clear the build up of bacteria. Shake before use.

~Available here in Waipahu and in Kaimuki on 12th Ave. at Aloha Elixir by House of Intention Marketplace.

Save your bottles! Refills available in Waipahu. Refresh your bottle in the sun for 15-20 minutes when necessary.

FORK YOU
2 – 4oz. bottles of shungite water for aura and room clearing of EMFs, negative ions, and bad juju. Purchase HERE

Shungite water is bottled with a nice piece of shungite to refill for clearing rooms and auras of EMFs, radiation, negative ions, & bad juju. Refill at the end of the day and let sit overnight to recharge.

Articles about Shungite water:

All You Need To Know About Shungite Water And It’s Benefits

More information about Frankincense & Myrrh:

Seeing the Unseen of the Combination of Two Natural Resins, Frankincense and Myrrh: Changes in Chemical Constituents and Pharmacological Activities

Frankincense: Therapeutic Properties (Review)

Health Benefits And Risks Of Myrrhhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27117114/

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