1 smudge stick, approximately 20-25g, in drawstring cotton bag
The white sage plant grows naturally in the wide, dry areas of the Southwestern United States and has been burned during ritual ceremonies for centuries. Sage smudging is traditionally used by Navajo Nation to purify spaces and people, transform body and mind. White sage promotes the light of positivity and rejuvenation, helps to cleanse and elevate mind and space.
A simple, beautiful ritual:
Light the end of a sage stick and blow out quickly if it catches on fire.The incense will smolder and release smoke. Spread the smoke around you or around a space. Allow the ash to collect in a ceramic bowl. When you are finished, extinguish the sage stick by dabbing the lit end into a bowl. Check the end closely to make sure there are no more embers burning. Make sure to open windows after smudging session to allow ventilation so that the smoke does not become overwhelming.