Lovingly picked from the Zapotec valley of Oaxaca, the rosita de cacao has been used by the Aztecs and Zapotec people for centuries.
The warm floral scent of the dried flowers lasts decades after being picked. They’re associated with ever lasting life and are harvested for their medicinal properties. Various recipes use the flowers to aid fevers, coughs, menstruation, anxiety and libido.
This bath soak couples the rositas de cacao with cornflowers, calendula oil and epsom salt to relieve the soul, skin and muscles.
The flowers used in this soak are sourced from a family of 3rd generation weavers in Teotitlán, a village in the foothills of the Sierra Juárez mountains.
Ingrediants: Epsom Salt, Organic Corn Flowers, Quararibea funebris (rosita de cacao), Organic Jojoba Oil.