Prairie Sagewort | Wormwood Smudge Bundle 4 to 5 inch
Alternative Names Pasture sage, fringed sage, sweet sage, northern wormwoodSilver Wormwood, White Sagebrush, Wild Sage, White Sage, White Mugwort
- Helps quiet mental chatter
- Antibacterial and Antifungal
- Soothes emotional turmoil
- Removes stale energies from a room
- Helps in the release of energetic blockages
- Enhances clear thinking
- Neutralizes the energetic remnants of fear, anger, anxiety, or grief
- Clears space, indoors and out
Native American ceremonial smudge. In this ceremony a bundle of dried sagebrush leaves is burned to spiritually cleanse or purify a person, space, or object of bad spirits or negative energies or influences.
Intention: To purify one’s space or body, and bring protection. Smudging is a spiritual purification process that can be thought of as a cleansing smoke bath that involves lighting the bundle, gently blowing out the flame and placing it safely in a fireproof bowl, allowing the smoke to fill your space and wash over your body. This practice is held sacred within the Native American culture as well as shamanism.
The smudge sticks measure approx. 4-5 inches in length, approx. 1 1/2 inch thick, and are all sustainably harvested.
Some variation may occur as these are hand tied and materials can differ in weight, fullness, and density.