Our vision is to use aromatherapy, combined with internal wisdom (Buddhi), and our inner fire (witchiness) to improve our lives.
Our online store is shutting down 2/14/21 - all products on sale 20% off DISCO sale.
Big, exciting changes coming - Buddhi Witch will soon be a membership offering! Read the full announcement here.
BODY + ROOM SPRAYS
Mantra-infused sprays with endless uses. Choose your favorites or collect
Serums, toners, highlighter, and lip balm. Everything you need for a glowing complexion and wonderful aromatherapy benefits.
Organic roll on perfume formulations in a sunflower oil base that help to strengthen and work through blockages.
Luxuriously rich, deeply moisturizing, intoxicatingly fragrant. The butters come in three different scents, named after some of our favorite yoga poses.
Multi-purpose products for the home and beyond. Includes our bug spray, smudge spray and our version of poo-pourri to name a few.
Tested by self-described "stinky people" and approved. With a base of coconut oil and shea butter, it's also moisturizing and non-irritating.
This spray is everything. Insect bites,
heat rash, sunburn, deodorant in a pinch.
It's anti-fungal and antibacterial
BUG + TICK REPELLENT
Mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, and many other bugs hate the smell of this essential oil spray blend. But to us humans, it actually smells pretty good. It's a win-win.
Black Lives Matter
10% of every Buddhi Witch sale goes to an organization that supports the empowerment of black women.
Who is the Buddhi Witch?
Katie Shanley is a 500-hour registered yoga teacher, holistic health coach, domestic violence coach, reiki practitioner, aromatherapist, and budding herbalist. You can read mroe about here here. She's also begun dabbling into Tarot and Astrology.
The Buddhi Witch brand is about much more than our aromatherapy products, though that is where it began. Katie developed the Buddhi Witch product line when she opened Buddhi Tribe Yoga & Wellness in June of 2017.
Buddhi means "wisdom" or "intuition" in Sanskrit. It's an incredibly influential concept of yogic philosophy. For Katie, it's become something like a guide to life.
"We must feed our intuition by listening to it. When we ignore our intuition, we weaken our ability to call on our Buddhi in our decision making. In this way, we may make decisions based on our ego and other outside influences. This can increase our stress levels, cause depression, brain fog, and basically...put out our fire."
TRUST YOUR BUDDHI
“To reclaim the word witch is to reclaim our right, as women, to be powerful” - Starhawk
Witch is a word with deep history and controversy. For many including myself, this word relates to the notion of a power within that no one can touch. This power comes from the belief in, and a respect of, the wisdom of the women who came before us. Of equal or maybe more importance, this power comes from the belief in, and respect for, the wisdom within ourselves. You gotta’ respect that Buddhi.
Many times in my life, I have felt as if my personal intuition was being suppressed simply by existing within our society as it is. I second guessed myself, both my feelings and my own abilities. I made choices that hurt me. I still do at times. But, embracing the “witchiness” - pulling cards from tarot decks, reading my horoscope, sitting in circle with other women, reiki, noticing signs from the universe - focusing my thoughts with intention - has helped me trust myself more.
It’s about living more and fearing less. That is the kind of feminism I believe in.
Read more on this movement to take back the word “witch:”