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Za Za Pillow Mist Mini

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Having a bedtime ritual can improve your sleep and overall relaxation. Za Za is a delicate combination of organic essential oils and CBD to create a relaxing aromatherapeutic experience. 

We recommend using Za Za as a room mist and pillow spray before bedtime to add to your bedtime ritual and to create a relaxing atmosphere in any space. 

With the mini sizes, you can be sure to have this with you wherever you go. 

Our products are GMP certified and third party tested for potency and purity.

Visit our testing page for our lab results. Cross reference your batch number for testing results.

*Mandarin Oil, *Cedarwood Atlas Oil, *Lemon Verbena Oil, *Bergamot Oil, *Chamomile Oil, *Patchouli Oil, CBD Oil & Hemp Seed Oil

*Certified Organic Ingredients

Shake before using. Lightly spray in the air or directly on fabric to help you unwind and relax (especially during your cycle). Use it as part of your nightly routine to encourage a better night's sleep.

Note: This product does contain oil, test before using this on delicate fabric.

Goes with:

Bhang Intimacy Oil

30 mL


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Key Ingredients

Cedarwood Atlas

Cedarwood Atlas is steam distilled from Moroccan cedar wood. It has a rich, woody, slightly spicy aroma that can have calming and sedative qualities when used in aromatherapy.


Limonene dominant essential oils like mandarin and lemon are antimicrobial and antifungal with the power to remove stink and create a clean, zesty top note to our pillow spray. On its own it can be invigorating, but mixed with the complex notes of cedar, contributes more of an uplifting aroma.


Chamomile is a hero of sleepy time products. Whether ingested or used in aromatherapy, Chamomile contains terpenoids, flavonoids, and lactones, including matricin and apigenin. Chamomile may have sedative effects because apigenin binds to benzodiazepine receptors and increases the activity at GABA A receptors which acts like the light switch to our body. When GABA A receptors are activated, we fall asleep.