A bottle to promote harmony and love in a relationship.
Salt for a fresh, clean foundation
Lavender for a calm love
Passion Flower to inspire harmony and friendship between both partners
Rosemary to inspire both partners to keep a youthful outlook on love and the relationship
Cumin to inspire fidelity
Ginger to keep passion for one another
Basil to remind each other to forgive and communicate
Sage/ Sandalwood to promote manifestation of wishes both partners have for the future, each other and their relationship
Mint to remind both partners to keep things fresh and be inspired to try new things and have fun
Marjoram to strengthen love between both partners
I had a rather large heart bottle waiting to be used, so I decided to make a bottle to remind me and my partner of some important parts of our relationship. The idea with this bottle is to put it somewhere visible. Every time you or your partner sees the bottle, they’ll be reminded of what it stands for. It’s meant to embody key points of a good relationship.
Because it’s such a large bottle, there are quite a few ingredients in this one. You could certainly trim the list down! Added to that, mine contains a lot of lavender compared to other ingredients. I was trying to fill space! I also added magenta and red glitter to catch my eye and be a little more visually stimulating. For those adding glitter, a combination of big glitter and fine glitter works best. The fine glitter dusts the glass and it looks more obvious in person.
I also personally added a taglock from both myself and my partner. I certainly don’t think it’s required, and I don’t often used taglocks, but I felt moved to use it in this particular bottle.
I used both loose sage and a sandalwood oil for the purpose of manifesting wishes for the relationship. My partner and I often dream of going places or how our future will be, so I decided two different ingredients were appropriate for the one purpose that has a lot of meaning in our relationship. Be careful with the oil. Use only a drop or so if you can help it. It will clump up some of the herbs and can make the whole thing less visually appealing (if you’re going for the look as much as the intention).
If you make your own version of this, or have any thoughts on it, I’d love to hear what you guys think!