Golda Atmosphere Sprays 2oz
Golda sprays are aromatherapy atmosphere sprays, handmade in California with distilled water and premium Aomori Hiba essential oil. Hiba is Japanese cypress, and one of the most revered trees in Japan. Taking up to 300 years to grow and produce durable, rot-resistant wood, studies have shown that Hinokitiol (only found in Aomori-bred Hiba trees and not to be confused with Hinoki), has potent antimicrobial, germicidal, insect-repellent, and deodorizing properties.
Golda's Gold Label spray is the line's original formula.
Golda's Pink Label is the line's original formula with an added citrus burst of geranium, lemongrass, and grapefruit.
Golda's Dalmatian Label is a 'Mist for Dogs' - the original formula with added Frankincense. Veterinary aromatherapy has been common in France and Germany since the mid-1900s. Frankincense has become a popular choice for dogs due to its ability to promote relaxation and slow breathing during times of stress. Dogs have 40 times the smell receptors as humans, so a little goes a long way! The makers recommend spraying a light mist on your hands first before massaging it into your dogs fur - rather than spraying directly onto your pet.
Studio Cue is based in the hills of Topanga Canyon, and started by a husband and wife team from Japan, Keiko and Tsugu. Golda is an all-natural line of atmosphere sprays and soaps created by Studio Cue, using essential oil extracted from rare Japanese Hiba wood.
5'' h x 1.5'' w, 2 oz
Golda Hiba Spray (Gold Label) - Special combination of distilled water & Hiba essential oil, only found in 300 year old Aomori Hiba trees from Aomori, Japan
Topanga Love Spray (Pink Label) - Special combination of distilled water & Hiba essential oil, blended with soothing lemongrass, invigorating geranium, stimulating grapefruit
Golda Dog (Dalmatian Label) - Special combination of Hiba essential oil, frankincense oil and distilled water to sooth and calm canine companions
This is an aromatherapy product because the main ingredients are essential oils. Doctors of naturalpathic medicine recommend that pregnant women avoid aromatherapy products during pregnancy.