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We’d like to extend a note of gratitude to our friends at ELLE Magazine for their thoughtful feature on Floracopeia’s own Sara Crow!

ELLE:

“If Crow advises you to “take two in the morning,” she’s probably talking about a tincture such as Purple Saxifrage (to activate feelings of spiritual connectivity) or her Empowerment flower essence blend (for a self-confidence boost).… Read more

A new kind of beauty product—one that integrates aromatic botanical medicine, herbology, transformational skincare, flower essences and gem elixirs for mind, body, and spirit.

We offer pioneering products that sustain you and our precious planet, formulated by natural beauty expert Sara Crow.

Sara is a leader and authentic voice in the field of botanical medicine, holistic beauty, and sustainable skin care.… Read more

Skincare with a greater purpose. Yes, our skincare effectively creates gorgeous skin. And, this botanical line also supports many sustainable, ecologically sound projects throughout the world.

We use organic and ethically wildcrafted ingredients from healthy ecosystems. We are directly linked to poverty alleviation programs established to bring plant-based prosperity to the communities that care-take these environments.… Read more

by Sara Crow, L.Ac.

I’m very inspired by the qualities embodied by the plants growing in the dynamic and otherworldly island of Iceland, often referred to as ‘the land of fire and ice.’  Iceland is a place of sharp contrasts. Fire and ice co-exist, long dark winters are offset by lengthy summer days and its midnight sun, and there’s a unique fusion of what I can only describe as a type of ‘dynamic serenity.’ Historically, the island has had an insular existence that has shaped a most creative and self-reliant culture.Read more

“When we smell a botanical fragrance with deep concentration we are able to gradually perceive the cosmological energies they convey. In this way we can study not only the fragrance and its therapeutic effects but also the underlying elemental influences that were metabolized by the intelligence of the plant; ultimately, we can come face to face with the botanical intelligence itself.

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“Vetiver’s deeply penetrating roots and thousands of tiny fibrous rootlets reach out to drink in the aromatic molecules from the surrounding soil, which in turn become the multi-layered perfume notes of its dark amber oil. Sweet and heavy, with rich undertones reminiscent of precious woods and marshlands, the oil has widely varied olfactory characteristics depending on the type of earth it grows in.

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