Spikenard (Nardostachys jatamansi); also called nard, nardin, and muskroot is a flowering plant of the Valerian family that grows in the Himalayas of Nepal, China, and India.
Botanical Name - Nardostachys grandiflora.
Spikenard Essential Oil***
Nepal Jatamanshi grandflora
earthy, rooty, pungent aroma
Offering the finest quality therapeutic grade essential oils - poured into the bottle size of your choice.
Aromatherapy uses of Spikenard oil include:
an anointing oil used in ancient times; calming, assists in reducing stress, tension, and insomnia; anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, sedative, laxative; also aids in relieving migraines and nervous indigestion
*** triple the regular price essential oil
Nahziryah Monastic EcoVillage Aromatics offers an oasis of pure essential oils. Over 50 essential extracts from flowers, herbs, resins, spices and more. These aromatherapy grade oils are offered in colored glass bottles to preserve the therapeutic value of the oil, as well as convenient clear glass bottles with applicator tops.
Essential oils can be used a variety of ways. Some essential oils may be too potent to be used directly on the skin - apply a small amount to see it's effect. There are an unlimited number of ways to use and apply essential oils. Massage oils, which have the essential oil added to a base carrier oil, can be applied directly on the skin. Other methods include adding a few drops directly into bath water or in epsom salt to make bath salts; inhaling by adding a few drops to steaming water, aromatherapy diffuser, humidifier, light bulb or lit candle; in laundry or dish washing water.