In this podcast episode Maggie interviews Jennifer Wiest, owner and founder of Amrita Botanicals offering Ayervedic- Inspired products and services. Her products are made in house, and many of the herbs and plants used are grown by Jennifer. Maggie and Jennifer explore her connection to her growing business.
1:15 Product line and service inspired by Auyvedic wellness
2:00 Copper still is used for hydrosol. Grow your own plants and flowers, fresh cut and then use copper still to create hydrosol. Not to be confused with essential oils.
3:15 Hydrosols are SAFE for all, including elderly, children, animals and other uses. Floral waters are used to help the central nervous system.
4:00 Business inspired by true self and working with plants one on one.
5:25 Business model "subtle" energy connection due to lack of machines. Plants are cultivated for intention and in alignment with personal passion.
6:15 Distill ourselves, without chemicals involved as products are wild harvested and organic.
7:00 Don't put anything on your skin that you wouldn't eat.
7:30 Business based on Love & Respect. Creating a safe space for clients to relax and rejuvenate.
9:00 Rosewater can be good for heart healing just as a spray of lavender is good for sleep.
9:30 Serum which includes frankincense also can be used as heart ache medicine.
10:30 Poncha Karma class training leads to realization that creative true calling comes from assisting clients to calming the nervous system.
12:45 Using crystals on facial muscles yet another healing modality.
13:20 Creativity launched as a result of the process of essential oils however hydrosol became the main focus.
15:15 Obstacles or byproducts in path can become the main focus.
15:40 Defines Reiki session.
17:20 Courage to be an entrepreneur is needed as it is a bumpy ride.
19:00 Satisfaction stems from returning customers and positive feedback.