tabula rasa - general purpose & floor wash
noun: "a clean slate"
Origin - Latin, literally ‘scraped tablet’, denoting a tablet with the writing erased.
This listing is for one 4.5-ounce bottle of concentrate (ALWAYS dilute, for best results).
In theory and practice, washing with tabula rasa is tantamount to a wet/wash version of clearing out negative energy -- similar to using smoke-cleansing sticks.
tabula rasa wash can be used for protection, to clear the way for new beginnings, to clear out negative energy, and to purify the home. And (of course), it is safe, non-toxic, and cleans beautifully.
I take the time to make this from scratch, using ingredients from my home and garden -- tabula rasa in particular is made during the full-to waning moon period, which means that quantities are limited to what I can make on a once-a-month basis.
This contains herbs, roots, and essential oils. Most of the plant matter is filtered out, but you may occasionally find a little leafling or piece of bark, which squeaks through the filtering process. For added "oomph", I also add pyrite, which remains in the master bottle.
oil soap, essential oils of lemongrass, lemon, bergamot, sage, citronella, gingergrass, palmarosa, clove, lavender, cinnamon, vetiver.
***NOTE - all essential oils are listed. If you have any concerns as to allergies or pet sensitivities, please consult your physician or veterinarian.***
Dilute with water in vessel that best suits your needs (bucket, spray bottle, etc.) use anywhere from a tsp to few tbsps of
tabula rasa, depending on the strength desired for the task to spiritually/physically cleanse your sanctuary.
When diluted, it should effectively and safely clean just about any surface, even glass/mirrored surfaces. if it streaks, dilute it some more, and wipe dry with a clean paper towel.