Naomi was the mother-in-law of Ruth.
Her Scent is a light, fruity aroma including essences of Clary Sage, Myrtle, and Roman Chamomile.
The wife of Elimelech, and mother of Mahlon and Chilion, and mother-in-law of Ruth (Ruth 1:2-21). Elimelech and his wife left the district of Bethlehem-Judah, and found a new home in the uplands of Moab. In course of time he died, as also his two sons Mahlon and Chilion, who had married women of Moab, three widows were left mourning the loss of their husbands. Naomi longs to return now to her own land, to Bethlehem. She was sending her daughters-in-law back to their homes, but Ruth clung to her choosing to accompany her back to Bethlehem saying, “Your people shall be my people and your God my God.”
When Naomi returned home, there was a stir in the town. When they called her name, she said, “Don’t call me Naomi, call me Mara. The Almighty has dealt very bitterly with me.” But you can see in the study of Ruth how God turned this sad story into a blessing. As they were abiding by the customs, God brought Ruth into the family and brought comfort and care to Naomi and Ruth.