“ A totally transporting experience! Hinoki essential oil is a very special and sacred oil, and this distillation is exquisite. Ever since my sample arrived, I have found that just sitting still and smelling it has been deeply grounding and mind-shifting. And the soft, smokey-like ethereal scent instantly calms away the constant static buzz of my day. I've really cherished carrying my little bottle with me everyday, and secretly knowing that I have a little sacred piece of this very ancient tree. ”
Topical use: Apply to your desired areas, chakras, and Vita Flex points as needed. When applied on your chest Hinoki oil stimulate your respiratory system to encourage a qualitative breath.
Haircare: Add 1–3 drops of Hinoki oil to your shampoo and/or conditioner.
For a bath: Use 2-3 drops.
For a diffuser: Use 3 to 6 drops. When using at home or in your office, it will create emotional balance, promote calm and energizing effects. It will also help to reduce feelings of anxiousness.
During meditation: When applied to chakras points it may enhance your spiritual awareness. Refer to the caution section on how to use topically.
To refresh the air: Apply 1-2 drops on tissues or handkerchiefs. Place it wherever your wish (bedroom, desk, car) and enjoy the refreshing scent. It is also a good way to repeal insects during summertime.
To prevent bacterial growth and odor: Add 1–2 drops of Hinoki Ritual to shoes, hats, and jackets.
Main components: α-pinene, D limonene, β-pinene Raw material name: Chamaecyparis Obtusa Family:Hinoki Country of origin: Yoshino Forest, Nara Prefecture, Japan Extraction Material: Lumber Extraction Type: Steam Distillation
Our Hinoki essential oil has been extracted from carefully grown cypress trees: our Japanese supplier has been working as a family-owned producer of Hinoki oil since 2008.
When applying the oil to the skin, it is best to dilute it with a carrier oil, such as coconut, almond, or jojoba oil to minimize skin sensitivity. Our recommendation is one drop of Hinoki Ritual for 1/2 teaspoon of carrier oil.
When used aromatically or topically, cypress oil is generally safe and non-toxic. Keep in mind that a potential skin sensitivity reaction can occur. Make sure to perform a patch test before using cypress oil directly on the skin.
If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician before to use.
As of now, there is not enough research to support its safety for children. Consequently, we recommend avoiding the use of our Hinoki oil for young children.
Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
Our Hinoki Ritual is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always discuss with your medical practitioner before using any alternative medicines such as our Hinoki essential oil. All information, content, and product descriptions contained within our website are for reference purposes and are not intended to substitute advice given by a pharmacist, physician, or other licensed healthcare professional. You should not use this information for treating a health problem or disease or to make a self-diagnosis.