“Protection & Calm” Smudgesticks



Herb bundles: hand bound with love.

Herbs from my own garden – lavender, mugwort, rosemary, cedar, sage.

Burning these herbs in order to prevent illness, ward off negative energy, or cleanse a space, person or group, is a tradition that goes back thousands of years. Native Americans used sage and sweetgrass in ceremonies. Plants have been used for their healing properties across many cultures since the beginning of time.

When you smudge, you’re participating in a sacred, ancient ritual.

Inhaling these scents, it’s easier to tune into your own subtle energy and the energy of the space you’re in. For most people, the scent of smudge sticks is calming on a soul level.

Use this form of aromatherapy to reduce stress, balance your energy, and cleanse your home. Burning smudge sticks also helps create a spiritual atmosphere for your yoga or meditation practice.

Rosemary  is known to to be soothing and encourages a sense of peace within your environment .Rosemary also removes negative energy from places and spaces because of this, Rosemary is known to be added into a mix with Sage Bundles.

Sage isn’t just known for being an antibacterial,The smoke from sage to use to cleanse, bless and heal, remove negativity from an object or person being cleansed .

Cedar is known to be used commonly for beginners, its also known to be used commonly along with white sage. Cedar is a very slow burning and perfect for full smudge rituals as well.  Traditionally, Cedar has been used simply for Renewal and Protection and grounding.

Lavender is known to help encourage a restful night’s sleep as well as peace of mind, relaxation and happiness. Lavender is unique cleansing tool, actually, when you burn lavender petals along with the stems, the lavender scent is simply increased as it burns.

Mugwort  is used for smudging, cleansing purposes or as the mugwort plant is actually called Artemisia Vulgaris: the herb brings clarity deepens intuitive abilities as well as removes the unwanted energy.

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