Eau de Parfum inspired by the legend and symbolic of the heliotrope stone.
Heliotrope stone or precious stone of Babylon, used in magic for three centuries in ancient Babylon, it used to serve for priests to explain the oracles and to keep away the enemies, in Egypt to open the doors, break the bonds and tear down the stone walls, to facilitate access to intuitive realities in order to win over fears and doubts.
Known to Azteques, it was used to regulate the bloody flux. Still today, the heliotrope, sometimes called bloody jasp, once converted into powder, is used as a treatment in certain regions of India.
In the Middle Ages, it was supposed to make invisible, to release thunder and lightning, to change the color of the sun by rubbing it with flowers bearing the same name. Through it, the sun appears to be red like blood.
Perfume family: spicy, woody, oriental
Top notes: elemi, olibanum, ginger, red mandarin, angelica, red hot pepper
Heart notes: saffron, magnolia, nagarmotha, heliotrope
Base notes: myrrh, cedarwood, sandalwood, musk, grey amber, benzoin