5D Healing Crystals

White Sage, Blue Sage and Yerba Santa in one stick


White Sage Blue Sage and Yerba Santa Mix Smudge Sticks - We just received a shipment of this wonderful mix of Sage Smudge Sticks, where they are harvested ethically and responsibly. These Smudge Sticks are especially useful in clearing the atmosphere in and around your home or space. Native Americans used them for purification, dispersing negative energy, providing protection, healing, prosperity and abundance. They will produce a lot of soothing smoke that is very refreshing.

White Sage (Salvia Apiana) can also be used to smudge a person for health (for distance healing, smudge a photo of the person or visualize them). Sage is ruled by the planet Jupiter and the element of Air. Its day is Thursday, its astrological sign is Pisces and corresponding crystals are Amethyst, Turquoise and Sapphire.

Blue Sage also known as "Grandmother Sage” is a purifying herb.Blue Sage is a hardy bush found in the deserts of the Southwest. It’s named for its abundant blue flowers, but the leaves also have a blue-ish cast. It has thin leaves and a fragrance that is both herbaceous and floral, similar to Lavender. A close relative of White Sage, Blue Sage is also good for healing and cleansing rituals. Its soothing, relaxing smell can be used to aid meditation, or burned simply for enjoyment.

Yerba Santa is a diverse herb used for medicinal and spiritual practices by Native American tribes for centuries. The Spanish named it “Holy Herb” for its success in treating respiratory problems including asthma, bronchitis, laryngitis, coughs and allergies plus its ability to eliminate mucus and phlegm from the body. This energetic herb is also used to reduce bloating and gas, to assist in elimination, to treat external conditions such as bruises bites and is said to aid rheumatic pain. Yerba Santa is also good for protection and setting boundaries.

To burn a smudge stick: just light the tip, blow it out and either wave in air or place in a glass or other fireproof container (one that will not burn) with sand or salt placed therein to hold the smudge upright. If placing the stick in a bowl, you can use a feather to move the smoke around. Voice your intention as you move about the room or your home. For example, you can say, “This house is clear”, or “This house is healthy”. Remember to smudge in every corner, as negativity sometimes will gather there. To extinguish, invert smudge into the sand or salt to smother, and never under running water.

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