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Bee something truly special with our wildly attractive fragrance! A rich tangy-sweet melange of passionfruit, black currant, apricot and grapefruit, a scatter of freesia petals, a dash of Arabian spice, infused with hand-tinctured bee pollen upon a woody base of mahogany and vetiver. To assist in provoking the passion you’re sure to inspire, we’ve included a dose of our exclusive HEART & SOUL pheromone formula, a blend which strives to help ladies to really connect and resonate with people - whether it be with their loved one, or just with good friends.

 

PASSION FRUIT ~ Friendship, love, passion.
BEE POLLEN ~ Enticing, seductive; use to bewitch a straying or hesitant lover. Happiness, fulfillment.
APRICOT ~ Love, love, love! Romance, passion, femininity.
CURRANT ~ Aids success in love affairs, and a magical representation of blood.
GRAPEFRUIT ~ Refreshes and uplifts the spirit, eases exhaustion; beauty and youth glamour. Lends an aura of "sparkle" to the wearer.
FREESIA ~ Innocence, chastity, charm.
VETIVER ~ Enhances perception of beauty. Love, sensuality, money, luck, hex-breaking.
MAHOGANY ~ Fertility, growth, grounding, clarifying, bonds of love.
GINGER ~ Fiery and fortifying, induces passion. Intensifies love spells and success spells. Love, money, success, power. Ginger increases sensitivity in the erogenous zones.
CUMIN ~ Good fortune, prosperity, lust, protection, fidelity, exorcism.

 

Created by: Mara Fox

Description: Julie (luna65)

Label art: Lesley Anne Ivory

Valentine Collection 2016

 

“Do you ever wonder what it would be like,” the caterpillar asked the butterfly, “to roll about in the pollen all day?”


“To frolic in the sunshine,” the butterfly answered, “careening from flower-to-flower, entirely drunk upon their nectar?”


“The downy fur dusted with such golden delight?”


“To be tempted to hoard that treasure from the hive’s many-eyed sight?”


“How delightful to be welcomed by all the blossoms, waving their petals upon the breeze.”


“Pick me, pick me, o humble bee.”


“Hurry and do not bumble, o curious bee.”


“I have delicious surprises for you, o industrious bee.”


“How he doth woo them all, o rapacious bee!”

 

Those lovely cousins - the caterpillar and the butterfly - watched the drowsy dance of the bee’s romance, all upon a crystalline day in Spring, the flowers fully open to the sun, and to the attentive charms of their apiary admirer.

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