Cedar Smudge Stick - White Sage Alternative
Cleanse the energy of your space and connect to the vibe of nature with a Cedar Smudge Stick. 🌿
Burning of herbs has been used for many years by many different cultures as a way to clear spaces and people of negative energy. It is also commonly used in meditation or for protection. Science has shown that herbal smudging cleans the air of bacteria and contaminates.
Listing is for ONE Incense Cedar smudge stick with roses. These bundles measure roughly 5 inches long and are hand wrapped by us with sustainably harvested California Incense Cedar. They are tied with hemp twine.
🌲 Cedar is a protective medicine used to dispel and purge negative energies from spaces and people. It is a wonderful white sage alternative for smoke cleansing.
Cedar smudge can also be used for:
* Inviting positive energy, happiness, and harmony
* Promotes balance and strength
* Reconnection to spirit and nature
Cedar is a very spiritual plant with an inviting, pleasant scent.
To use your smudge stick - light the end and let the flame go out. Use the remaining smoldering smoke to wash over your space including windows and doorways, any person you'd like cleansed including yourself, and the air. As you allow the smoke to wash what's desired, set your intention - it may be simply to cleanse the air or drive out negative energies. Do not blow on the smoke, but instead use your hand to wave the smoke in the direction you choose. Let the stick go out on it's own or use a heat proof surface to stamp it out. Abalone shells are commonly used for this, or a glass bowl.
*Each cedar smudge stick is hand wrapped and unique, and may not be the exact bundles in the stock photos.
*Never leave a burning wand unattended. We do not guarantee any specific results with use of this product.
**All of our goods are made with the happiest of vibes and gratitude for the gifts of our Mother Earth. We hope that energy travels along with our products to to you** 🌿
🌎 Shipped plastic free in recycled and biodegradable or compostable materials. Contributions from the carbon offset are currently funding Jari Para Forest Conservation Project in the Amazon Rainforest.