Depiction Oshun, West African Goddess, A woman with long dark hair that is embellished with beads, she is wearing a gown that has amber and blue jewels around the neckline. There is a large sphere of light (dappled with yellow and orange) depicting the sun in the distance behind.

Oshun is sold as a set:
One Roll-On Body Oil (10 ml)
+ One Linen/Body Spray (15 ml)

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Oshun is a West African River Goddess represents, love, divinity, femininity, fertility and beauty and known to adorn herself with flowers and jewels. 

Being the patron saint of the Osun River, Oshun is capable of providing nourishment to the farm lands but also capable of devastation by flood to those who do not respect the earth.

She is often called upon by women who may be suffering from infertility and is considered the mother of orphans. Through song and dance she brings prosperity to the poor and heals the sick.

The Yoruba people consider Oshun as the most important Orisha. Yoruba is a language of the people who predominately live in Benin, Togo, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Nigeria. It is believed that Orishas are incarnated divine spirits, sent by the great creator to teach humans how to be successful and develop self-actualization. To become an Orisha during their time as humans they must have accomplished outstanding spiritual growth and feats.

She is also considered to be the Afro-Brazilian version of Venus who represents love and beauty.