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This sweetgrass and white sage combination boosts your mood and gives you energy. Where the white sage provides a sharp, spicy scent, sweetgrass smells sweet and friendly. Together they free your living space from negative energy and unwanted odours, and the way they do that is entirely natural.


The power of white sage and sweetgrass

White sage is known for its cleansing power. The scent is penetrating and spicy. Some people have to get used to this. Sweetgrass, on the other hand, smells sweet, fresh and friendly. You could associate the scent with coffee or ice cream. You also come across Sweetgrass under the name "holy grass".

The sweet scent of holy grass is an excellent addition to the pervasive smell of white sage. Sweetgrass is a broad type of grass that is braided before being added to smudging herbs.



You are expelling negative energy, and unwanted odours work when you open a window. This way, the bad energies can escape, and you’ll have a healthy climate in your house. Ventilating is always important when burning incense or herbs.




White sage and Sweetgrass

  • How to use:
    Burn your Sage stick and let the smoke permeate and cleanse. Waft the sage smoke with the feather so that the smoke cleanses the entire room. Once done, snuff out the fire against an abalone shell, store it away in included pouch and save it for later use.

    **Please make sure that a smoke stick is COMPLETELY out before leaving the area unattended**

    Burning Instructions: Light the wand from the top end and place the burning wand on a safe surface.
    Keep out of reach of children, animals,s and flammable material.

    Setting Your Intention:
    While you are smoking your room or your jewelry, make sure that you keep a strong and focused intention in mind.

    Cleansing Your Jewelry:

    Your gemstones will work best when they are cleared and cleansed. So, cleanse and activate them often! cleanse your jewelry:
    Steadily hold your jewelry in the smoke of a burning Sage stick or Palo Santo stick until your piece becomes still.

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