WELCOME TO MOSS BOTANICALS
Moss Botanicals empowers people to take wellness into their own hands by creating trusted aromatic formulas that are subtle and powerful. Moss Botanicals is a necessity for physical, spiritual and psychological change. These blends are created to meet the mind, body, spirit and emotional state of each person. Moss Botanicals knows smell is personal and so is the healing journey. The connection to our bodies and to the earth is imperative.
Moss Botanicals was established in 2007, and burned down December 6, 2017 in the California Thomas Fire. I resurrected the company in 2018 even stronger. As the owner, my truth is to reflect my gifts in the world, and inspire others on their healing journey. My education comes from many sources; formally I attended the College of Botanical Healing Arts in Santa Cruz and received a Bachelor’s degree in Social and Behavioral Science from California State Monterey Bay. I am a business member of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy. I integrate my Lakota & Yaqui heritage as a foundation for interacting with the sacred medicine of the plants.
Stacey L. Moss
Moss Botanicals is the messenger of integrity, balance, and healing. Each blend combines science and intuition to bring you a product that reveals the essence of the individual through their most powerful sense…the sense of smell. Moss Botanicals blends organic essential oils from sources that honor the plants and the people involved in their growing and distillation process. There are no synthetics, preservatives, or fragrances. Our sources are certified cruelty free by leaping bunny. Every bottle is hand poured in an intimate atmosphere with intention.
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“Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray.” Rumi
relating to the earth
"Holy persons draw to themselves all that is earthly." Hildegard of Bingen
“For the sense of smell, almost more than any other, has the power to recall memories and it's a pity we use it so little.” Rachel Carson