Sandys Soulful Sage + Bundles




Sandys Soulful Ceremonial Smoke Sticks carefully crafted Wild White & Purple Sage, mugwort ( Salvia apiana, salvia officinales) a delightful blend of both or separately. Found in the heart of the prairies and Is known for It’s many uses.

We create Bundles of Dried White Sage (Salvia apiana), Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris), and Siskiyou Cedar (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana) wrapped in organic hemp White sage (Salvia apiana), also known as sacred sage, is an evergreen perennial native to the Southwestern United States. This potent herb has been used for centuries by Native Americans in rituals of cleasnsing and healing. Many people continue this tradition today by holding their own sage smudging ceremonies. 

This potent herb can be used in rituals of cleansing and healing.Burn white sage to clear energy and restore balance, for protection and spiritual purification.Hope these smudges can help bring clarity, harmony and love in your homes and lives.

🌀My spouse and I have both sustainably hand harvested and crafted each package. Always respecting our Earth and grateful for the bounty that is bestowed upon us

The art of ceremony and smudging. Has been around since ancient times passed down through the generations. There are several ways and traditions. I like to encourage my brothers and sisters to find creative ways in which to incorporate there own style and personalize their own traditions to pass along. Namaste’


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