Kamala’s Nectar Bliss CBD Bath Bombs
Kamala’s Nectar was created by Stacy Kamala Waltman. Her vision is to provide healthy and safe alternatives to the world-wide opioid epidemic. She is a Credentialed Wellness Instructor, Master Yogi and Yoga Therapist with numerous credentials including: Certified Stress Management Teacher, Certified Meditation Teacher, Certified Yoga of Recovery Teacher, and Certified Life Coach.
Each CBD bath bomb will have 108mg of CBD. Why 108??? Read about that further below.
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-These amazing CBD bath bombs allow yourself to be more open to receive the blessings of hemp, especially using the Abundance bath bomb. Powered by: Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils – Peppermint and Sweet Orange
-You can support your inner growth and awareness by immersing yourself in the Awakening bath bomb. Powered by: Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils – Sandalwood and Frankincense
-Recreate the outdoors in your tub with the Forest and the Trees bath bomb. Powered by: Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils – Pine and Tea Tree
-For those who prefer a bare bones approach without any scent nor essential oils, check out the Get Naked CBD bath bomb.
-Are you holding onto something you would like to not to? Letting Go is your answer! Also effective for colds, flu, sore muscles, workouts, clearings, itching, over-indulgence, detox, fasts, times of stress and traumatic grief. Powered by: White Clay, Organic Ginger Powder, Organic Nutmeg Powder, Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils: Eucalyptus, Lavender, and Peppermint.
-The perfect aroma for all body types, the Love Your Self bath bomb utilizes the aromatic rose flower to remind ourselves to love our self first, and to bring the highest vibration to the planet. Powered by: Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils – Bulgarian Rose.
-For those times that need a dash of brightness, give the Lighthearted CBD bath bomb a shot. Powered by: Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils – Grapefruit and Tangerine.
Immerse yourself in the pure joy of moisturizers and abundance.
The number 108 has held a multi-dimensional meaning throughout history. In geometric terms, it is a natural division of circle (108=36+72=9 X 12). In the Eastern part of the world, different traditions talk about the108 navamsas. The Shiva malas, or rosaries, both Tantric and Tibetan are composed of 108 beads. The number 108 is also one of great significance inside of the Rosicrucian order since it exemplifies the timeframe of some of their cycles. Interestingly enough, a leap year displays 366 days, and 3 x 6 x 6 gives 108.
According to yogic tradition, there are 108 Pitas, or sacred sites throughout India. There are 108 Upanishads.
The number 108 is considered sacred in many Eastern religions and traditions, such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and connected yoga and dharma based practices. Even the pre-historic monument Stonehenge is 108 feet in diameter. 108 is a number known to be referring to spiritual completion, and it is no surprise that the early Vedic sages were renowned mathematicians and in fact invented our number system. 108 is a Harshad Number, an integer divisible by the sum of its digits. Harshad in Sanskrit means “joy-giver.” 108 was the number of choice for this simple reason: 108 represent the whole of existence. There are said to be 108 types of meditation. Some say there are 108 paths to God. Indian traditions have 108 dance forms.