A First Nations word evoking the element of SACRED SOUND, that space in which all other elements play.
Physical: This native essence has an influence on the liver and gall bladder.
Emotional: Promotes integration, synthesis, creativity and thoughtfulness.
Alleviates: Anger and impatience.
PATAKWIN'S fragrance embodies winter, wide open quiet spaces and clarity of mind.
Corresponding Color: Green
Corresponding Taste: Sour
Corresponding Direction: North
Corresponding Season: Winter
A First Nations word evoking the element of EARTH.
Physical: This native essence has an influence on the stomach, spleen and pancreas. It will favor digestion, better transformation and distribution.
Emotional: Promotes openness, stability, and balance.
Alleviates: Anxiety, worry and obsession.
ASCHIIY embodies an earthy, mossy, cool forest carpet of fragrant herbs.
Corresponding Color: Yellow
Corresponding Taste: Sweet
Corresponding Direction: Center
Corresponding Season: Middle-season
A First Nations word evoking the element of WATER.
Physical: This native essence has an influence on the kidneys and bladder.
Emotional: Promotes kindness, gentleness, and confidence.
NIPIIY embodies the smell of the sea side with rocks covered in algae
Corresponding Color: Blue-black
Corresponding Taste: Salty
Corresponding Direction: West
Corresponding Season: Autumn
A First Nations word evoking the element of FIRE.
Physical: This native essence has an influence on the heart and small intestine. It allows the balanced management of energy.
Emotional: Promotes love, compassion and honor.
ISKUTAAU'S fragrance embodies warm embers, fragrant smoke, incense and intense ambiance.
Corresponding Color: Red
Corresponding Taste: Bitter
Corresponding Direction: South
Corresponding Season: Summer
A First Nations word evoking the WIND, the element of air.
Physical: This native essence has an influence on the lungs, respiratory tracts and colon.
Emotional: Promotes inspiration, determination and courage.
Alleviates:Sorrow and grief
YUUTIN embodies springtime, flowers and evergreen trees.
Corresponding Color: White
Corresponding Taste: Hot, Spicy
Corresponding Direction: East
Corresponding Season: Spring