Why are the Kamala's Nectar Letting Go and Love Yourself Bliss Bath poducts a little more expensive than the others?
Great Question! Letting Go has significantly more organic ingredients than the other Bliss Bath Products. And, Love Your Self Bliss Bath Products are made with pure therapeutic Bulgarian Rose Essential Oil from Mountain Rose Herbs. A 1/4 oz vile is $389!
Can the 33 mg Foot Lovin' Spa Treat be used in the bath?
Absolutely! You can use it either in a copper foot tub, a plastic container from the Dollar Store, in the Bathtub in a full body soak or by sitting on the edge of the tub and only putting your feet in. Some people also take the Foot Lovin' Spa Treat with them when they get a pedicure at their favorite spa too!
What is the difference between hemp distillate and CBD?
Distillate is pure cannabinoid extract, either THC (psychoactive) or CBD (non-psychoactive). It is an edible oil and is purely just cannabinoids with no carrier oils, propane glycol or vegetable glycerin. You can vape, smoke or eat distillate. CBD is one of the many cannabinoids derived from either cannabis or hemp plants. Kamala's Nectar products only contain CBD which is non-psychoactive.
What makes Kamala's Nectar different from other brands?
We use only premium pure Microencapsulated full spectrum hemp which allows greater absorption in the body. No THC in our products! We have independent lab test results posted on our website.
Microencapsulated full spectrum hemp which is used in KN products is 60% more expensive than average full spectrum hemp and offers greater bioavailability. It is 8x more effective than normal full spectrum hemp.
We use ONLY organic and natural ingredients. Everything is pesticide-free!
No fragrance, fragrance oils, chemical fragrance, imitation fragrance or scents. We use only pure high-grade therapeutic essential oils
Unlike cheaper versions of bath bombs, nothing in our products or packaging comes from China. Everything is handcrafted and packaged in the USA.
Kamala's Nectar Bliss Bath Balls are much larger than most on the market, 2.75 in diameter with 108 mg microencapsulated full spectrum hemp. Other sizes include a 1.75 diameter bomb with 54 mg microencapsulated CBD and a 33 mg microencapsulated Foot Lovin' Spa Treat.
Kamala's Nectar Bliss Bath Products are the perfect balance of moisturizers.
The name Kamala is Sanskrit for the lotus flower which rises out of the mud to bloom into enlightenment . It is used in our products to enhance your vibratory well-being.
Sacred geometry, mandalas and numerology also enhance the vibration of KN products.
Each creation is blessed and infused by our Yoga Master.
To keep things pure, we use a minimum of color and dried flowers so you don't clog your drain or overload your skin with non-essentials or chemical's that can make Bath Bombs extra fizzy like SLSA.
We don't use gimmicks like inserts or toys in our products.
Each creation is a work of art which will nourish your soul on every level. The eyes behold the pure beauty of these products. The olfactory senses are nourished with essential oils. The body is moisturized and pain is minimized with symbiotic plant medicine. Kamala's Nectar Bath infusions allow the soul to be rejuvenated on every level.
I noticed you have specific numbers you have consistently used. Is there a reason why?
108 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.
54 There are 108 beads on a full mala which means a mantra is repeated a minimum of 108 times at each sitting. A wrist mala, consists of 54 beads and is turned upside down (the guru bead is never to be crossed) to repeat for a total of 108 mantra repetitions.
Historical meaning of the Number 108: 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.
Another interesting example, Hindu deities have 108 names, while in Gaudiya Vaishnavism, there are 108 gopis of Vrindavan. Recital of these names, often accompanied by the counting of the 108-beaded Mala, is considered sacred and often done during religious ceremonies. The recital is called NA Maja pa. Accordingly, a mala usually has beads for 108 repetitions of a mantra.
In some schools of Buddhism, it is believed that there are 108 defilements. In Japan, at the end of the year, a bell is chimed 108 times in Buddhist temples to finish the old year and welcome the new one. Each ring represents one of 108 earthly temptations a person must overcome to achieve nirvana. Likewise, Zen priests wear juzu, a ring of prayer beads, around their wrists, which consists of 108 beads. The Lankavatara Sutra has a section where the Bodhisattva Mahamati asks Buddha 108 questions
In modern Gnosticism, through the teachings of Samael Aun Weor, it is believed that an individual has 108 chances, or lifetimes, to eliminate his egos and transcend the material world before "devolving" and having the egos forcefully removed in the infra-dimensions. In other words, each one of us carries the reminiscent memory cells of at least 108 previous incarnations, which constitutes the body of our incarnational selves. Inside of this mostly, the holographic template has stored the repository of the emotional and spiritual involvements that your Soul may have experienced and have retained the impression of, but that needed to be cleansed and integrated to continue the spiritual evolution.
The Buddhism tradition talks about the 108 earthly desires in mortals, 108 lies humans tell and 108 human delusions.
The esoteric presence of the number 108 can be seen in various spiritual practices and theories: In Kriya Yoga, the maximum number of repetitions allowed to be practiced in one sitting is 108. Also, 108 Sun Salutations in yoga practice is often used to honor change, for example, the change of seasons, or at a time of tragedy to bring peace, respect, and understanding. It is said that if one can be so calm in meditation practicing pranayama to have only 108 breaths a day that enlightenment will come.
The Earth’s orbital speed around the sun is 30 km/s (108,000 km/h or 70,000 mph)
The speed of light is 3000,000 km/s (1.08 billion km/h)
Energy Points There are said to be 108 energy lines, or nadis, converging to form the heart chakra. Marma points are like Chakras, or intersection of energy, with fewer converging energy lines. On Sri Yantra, the Marmas have 54 intersecting energy lines where three lines intersect. Each has feminine, or shakti, and masculine, or Shiva, qualities. 54 X 2 = 108. Therefore, there are 108 points that define the human body and the Sri Yantra or the Yantra of Creation. The same rule is observed in the Sanskrit language, with its 54 letters, both representing the two genders and they are also called Shiva and Shakti respectively; again, 54 X 2= 108.
Importance in Astronomy and Astrology The earth cycle is supposed to be of 2160 years = 20 x 108. The distance between the Earth and Sun is 108 times the diameter of the Sun. The diameter of the Sun is 108 times the diameter of the Earth. The distance between the Earth and Moon is 108 times the diameter of the Moon. The universe is made up of 108 elements according to ancient texts. The current periodic table claims a few more than 108.
There are 12 constellation and 9 arc segments. 9 times 12 equal 108. The 9 planets traveling through the 12 signs constitute the whole of existence. 9 x 12 = 108. The 27 nakshatras or lunar constellations spread over the 4 elements - fire, earth, air, water or the 4 directions - north, south, east, and west. This also constitutes the whole of existence. 27 x 4 = 108. 33 The number 33 is a master number of the Illuminated Nurturer Footnotes  - The Buddhist rosary, where from is inspired the rosary of the Moslems, then straight-away as an inheritance of crusades by Catholic Christians, is constituted of 108 fragments of distinctive different human skulls .  108 sacred books constitute the holy writings for Tibetans  The Vedanta, according to the Hinduism tradition, recognizes 108 authentic doctrines (Upanishad) aiming to approach the Truth and to destroy Ignorance.  In Jain tradition is believed that they are 108 virtues.  Lankavatara Sutra ancient teachings refer repeatedly to many temples with 108 steps.  In Tibetan Buddhism it is believed that there are 108 sins or 108 delusions of the mind: abuse, aggression, ambition, anger, arrogance, baseness, blasphemy calculation, callousness, capriciousness (unaccountable changes of mood or behavior) censoriousness (being severely critical of others), conceitedness, contempt, cruelty, cursing, debasement, deceit, deception, delusion, derision, desire for fame, dipsomania (alcoholism characterized by intermittent bouts of craving), discord, disrespect, disrespectfulness, dissatisfaction, dogmatism, dominance, eagerness for power, effrontery (insolent or impertinent behavior), egoism, enviousness, envy, excessiveness, faithlessness, falseness, furtiveness, gambling, garrulity (tediously talking about trivial matters), gluttony, greed, greed for money grudge, hardheartedness, hatred, haughtiness, high-handedness, hostility, humiliation, hurt, hypocrisy, ignorance, imperiousness (assuming power or authority without justification), imposture (pretending to be someone else in order to deceive), impudence, inattentiveness, indifference, ingratitude, insatiability, insidiousness, intolerance, intransigence (unwilling or refusing to change one's views or to agree about something), irresponsibility, jealousy, know-it-all, lack of comprehension, lecherousness, lying, malignancy, manipulation, masochism, mercilessness, negativity, obsession, obstinacy, obstinacy, oppression, ostentatious, pessimism, prejudice, presumption, pretense, pride, prodigality (spending money or using resources freely and recklessly), quarrelsomeness, rage, rapacity (being aggressively greedy or grasping), ridicule, sadism, sarcasm, seduction, self-denial, self-hatred, sexual lust, shamelessness, stinginess, stubbornness, torment, tyranny, unkindness, unruliness, unyielding, vanity, vindictiveness, violence, violent temper, voluptuousness, wrath.  According to Chinese and Indian Martial Arts: Marma Adi and Ayurveda, there are 108 pressure points in a human body.