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Dandelion oil, often derived from the flowers of the common dandelion plant (Taraxacum officinale), has been used in traditional medicine for various purposes, including metaphysical and healing applications. It's important to note that while there is some anecdotal evidence supporting these benefits, scientific research on the metaphysical aspects of dandelion oil is limited, and its healing properties are still being explored. Here are some potential metaphysical and healing benefits associated with dandelion oil:

  • Metaphysical Properties:

    • Spiritual Cleansing: In some belief systems, dandelion is associated with purification and cleansing. Dandelion oil may be used in spiritual practices to purify a space or as part of rituals aimed at removing negative energies.

    • Divination and Psychic Abilities: Some practitioners believe that dandelion oil can enhance intuitive and psychic abilities. It may be used as an aid during divination practices or meditation to promote clarity and insight.

    • Protection: Dandelion is sometimes thought to have protective qualities. Using dandelion oil in rituals or applying it to objects or oneself may be believed to create a shield against negative influences.

  • Healing Properties:

    • Anti-Inflammatory: Dandelion oil is rich in compounds that have anti-inflammatory properties. It may be used topically to soothe skin conditions such as eczema or dermatitis.

    • Analgesic (Pain-Relieving): Some people use dandelion oil for massage to relieve muscle aches and joint pain. The anti-inflammatory properties of the oil may contribute to its analgesic effects.

    • Skin Health: Dandelion oil is often used in skincare for its potential benefits. It may help nourish the skin, improve its elasticity, and promote a healthy complexion.

    • Massage and Relaxation: The act of massaging dandelion oil into the skin may have a calming effect, promoting relaxation and stress relief.

  • add a few drops to unrefined cocnut oil and massage on body! 

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