Perfume of the 1st Century B.C.
In the year of 1994, during the Holy Week while attending a service in the Church of the Nativity and while reading the story of Maria Magdalena when she broke the Alabaster box and poured the perfume on the head of Jesus, The Lord spoke to my heart and inspired me to produce this fine perfume.
The Spikenard perfume was produced according to the exact ingredients that were used in the 1st Century B.C. You can find these ingredients listed in prayer books.
The formula consists of : Myrrh, Nard, Cinnamon, Iris, Sunbul oil, Perfume Oil.
The name Spikenard is mentioned in the book of: Matthew 26:7 Mark 14:3-6 Luke 7:36-37.
This perfume was given out in the United States by several Ministries in large quantities as a Love gift.
For many Christians, this Perfume has a great spiritual meaning as the use of this perfume is a blessing.
You can judge this Perfume only when you wear it for the first time.