Oak Moss

 
Oakmoss is really a lichen and what is sold as Oakmoss is probably a few different Lichen growing together on the bark of the tree. This is used primarily in perfumery because of the unique and earthy scent and because it is an effective fixative. Used for the depth it lends to spiritual work, Oakmoss helps in the visualization of the past and increases the prosperity one visualizes for the future. I have a customer that uses it topically (diluted) to treat clients suffering from congested sinuses.
Blend 1 part Pine, Oakmoss and Cedar, 2 parts Rosemary and 3 parts Patchouli to make an oil blend to wear and disperse to invoke and celebrate Pan.

  • Evernia Prunastri  
  • France 
  • Absolute