The Women Arise series was birthed from a vision the Lord gave Carol (founder of the Scent of Heaven). In the vision, she saw names in darkness and they started floating and as they floated by she could see the names of the women in the bible.
She looked down and saw a row of bottles and above the bottles she saw the words “Women Arise.” She could see the names on each of the bottles, it was the women of the bible with the exception of the last bottle which was blank.
She asked the Lord and said, “what is her name?” (referring to the empty bottle), but the Lord didn’t respond. Weeks went by and she asked her intercessor friends to pray so she would know who the last bottle was.
All of a sudden after weeks of prayer and seeking, when she asked the Lord yet again, “what is her name?” He replied, “the Dove.” And Carol understood that “the Dove” represented us – the twenty first century woman with a heart after God who is led by the Spirit and “dove’s eyes.
Each of these exquisite scents is available in either a hand-painted roll-on bottle ($17) or as a hand painted 1/2 dram bottle ($12). included is a gift bag with a scroll telling the woman’s story.
Abigail was a “leader” in dance and of joy.
Her Scent is a rich, fruity aroma including essences of Ginger, Grapefruit, Neroli, and Rose Otto. Continue reading
Anna was a woman of grace.
Her Scent is a light, spicy aroma including essences of Balsam, Cinnamon Leaf, and Myrrh. Continue reading
Deborah was a prophetess and judge.
Her Scent is a earthy, citrus aroma including essences of Cedar, Clary Sage, Grapefruit, Lemon, Nutmeg, and Palmarosa. Continue reading
Esther was a queen.
Her Scent is a rich, warm aroma including essences of Amber, Jasmine, Lotus, Myrrh, Sandalwood and Vanilla. Continue reading
Hannah was a woman of favor and grace.
Her Scent is a fruity, floral aroma including essences of Melissa, Myrrh, and Myrtle. Continue reading
Lois was maternal grandmother of Timothy. Commended by Paul for her faith (2 Tim 1:5).
Her Scent is a deep, floral aroma including essences of Neroli, Palmarosa and Rose Otto. Continue reading
Lydia was a woman of commerce.
Her Scent is a warm, sweet aroma including essences of Lotus, Peppermint blend, and Rose Otto. Continue reading
Mary was the mother of Jesus.
Her Scent is a gentle, warm aroma including essences of Balsam, Lilies of the Field blend, and Vanilla. Continue reading
Mary Magdalene was a devout worshiper.
Her Scent is a sweet, floral aroma including essences of Jasmine, Myrrh, Rose Absolute, and Spikenard. Continue reading
Mary & Martha were friends of Jesus.
Their Scent is a bold, warm aroma including essences of Clove Bud, Lemon, Myrrh, Peppermint, Spikenard, and Sweet Orange. Continue reading
Naomi was the mother-in-law of Ruth.
Her Scent is a light, fruity aroma including essences of Clary Sage, Myrtle, and Roman Chamomile. Continue reading
Proverbs 31 is a truly good wife.
Her Scent is a sweet, fruity aroma including essences of Balsam, Lavender, Mandarin Orange, Roman Chamomile and Labdanum. Continue reading
Rahab was a woman of bold faith.
Her Scent is a spicy, warm aroma including essences of Amber, Cinnamon Leaf, Nutmeg, and Sandalwood. Continue reading
Ruth was a loyal woman and good friend.
Her Scent is a sweet, golden aroma including essences of Lavender, Myrtle, Cardamon and Rose Absolute. Continue reading
Sarah was a female noble, princess of multitudes.
Her Scent is a light, fresh aroma including essences of Ginger Lily, Honeysuckle blend and Ylang Ylang. Continue reading
Shulamite was His beloved.
Her Scent is a rich, sweet aroma including essences of Amber, Jasmine, Myrrh, Sandalwood and Styrax. Continue reading
Tamar was a woman of quiet constancy.
Her Scent is a soft, sweet aroma including essences of Bergamot, Cedar, Cinnamon Leaf, Clary Sage, Fennel, Geranium, Jasmine, Nutmeg and Patchouli. Continue reading
The Dove is a woman of faith for the end times.
Her Scent is a bright, sweet aroma including essences of Amber, Blue Chamomile, Cedar, Honeysuckle blend, Hyacinth blend, Lavender, Lemon Grass, Oak Moss, Labdanum and Rose Otto. Continue reading