Sedna is the goddess of the sea and marine animals in Inuit mythology, also known as the Mother of the Sea or Mistress of the Sea. The story of Sedna, which is a creation myth, describes how she came to rule over Adlivun.
Sedna is a beautiful maiden who rejects marriage proposals from hunters. When an unknown hunter appears, Sedna's father agrees to give her to him as wife in return for fish, he gives her to the hunter who takes her to a large nest on a cliff, revealing his true form: a great bird-spirit. Her father attempts to rescue her but the spirit gets angry causing a great storm. In desperation, the father throws her into the sea. Attempting to cling to the kayak, her hands freeze and her fingers fall off becoming the creatures of the sea. She falls to the bottom of the sea and grows a fish tail.
In the i illustration on the label of the bottle, a scene is depicted in which a hunting boat is attempting to fish and hunt. Sedna, with her power of control and in possession of all marine animals, is represented as a giant mermaid. Her hands have no fingers, and she is calling the fishes that was previously attracted the boat to bite the bait. This way you can detect the power of Sedna with the animals that accompany and follow her.