We've had so many people ask about diffusers and incense we've decided to offer just the resins and herbs for purification, meditation and spirituality. We have searched for the purest forms
We offer herbs, essential oils and resins for fires, charcoal burners or incense burners.
A bit of History: Native Americans started the tradition of using Sacred Sage to ward off evil spirits and negative energies, and white sage has been used in ceremonies to seek blessings of health and prosperity, banish spirits, and encourage protection. Sage Smudging is a ritual where the leaves of the Sage plant are burned, and the smoke is directed into and onto areas that are in need of clearing and protection.
The idea is that as the leaves are burned, and you speak express your gratitude for it's assistance, the spirit of the sage plant releases it's energy of protection and clearing into the space or onto the object that needs clearing. As the smoke moves through the room or over a surface, the smoke attaches itself to any heavy, negative energy that is within the space, object or being. As the smoke clears, the spirit of White Sage carries with it the negative energy that was once attached, back up to the Spiritual Light. This heavy energy then becomes released, so that it may regenerate into something positive. You can perform this smudging ritual on anything or anyone that needs a clearing.
Abalone Shells are a natural bowl to burn sage and other botanicals. Using an abalone shell is considered not only appropriate but engenders a solemn and sober nature about the ceremony or smudging session. Abalone shells make excellent vessels for containing smoldering herbs and incense. They are harvested conservatively without harm to the environment. 4"-5" AND 5"- 6"
Abalone Shells for Travel set of 3 small shells 2"; 2 1/2" and 3" shells
Blue Sage, also known as "Grandmother Sage,” is a hardy bush found in the deserts of the Southwest. Named for its abundant blue flowers and the bluish cast of it’s thin leaves also have a blue-ish cast. Its fragrance that is reminiscent of both herbaceous and floral, it’s aroma is similar to Lavender.
Being a close relative of White Sage, Blue Sage is good for healing and cleansing rituals. Because it’s not as pungent as White Sage, and tends to be more agreeable to those who find White Sage strong, bracing and overpowering. Its soothing, relaxing smell can be used to aid meditation, or burned simply for enjoyment.
Charcoal Tablets - Set of 3 (33mm) for use with our Abalone shells or your own burner! Instructions on package.
CA White Sage loose leaf for incense Sustainably harvested. See Article
Cedar Smudge are approximately 4”-5” each. These wands are made with 100% organic and sustainably hand harvested with tradition methods of offering and prayer. Wrapped with 100% cotton string. This is top quality white cedar from the deep woods, traditionally used for protection by Native Americans in ceremonies.
This aromatic shrub thrives in the windswept deserts of the Santa Fe/Taos area. It has skinny, branched leaves and a light brown color. Desert Sage shares some common nicknames with Blue Sage, and the two plants are sometimes sold interchangeably. Desert Sage has a warm herbaceous aroma that is a bit peppery (think Bay leaves or Mint tea). It is used for cleansing and purifying, protection, and inner strength. Brings pleasant thoughts and relieve headaches and anxiety.
Dragon's Blood Resin is red resin that is obtained from different species of a number of distinct plant genera: Croton, Dracaena, Daemonorops, Calamus rotang and Pterocarpus. The red resin has been in continuous use since ancient times as varnish, medicine, incense, and dye.
Frankincense Tears is one of the consecrated incenses used during biblical times. It is a symbol of holiness and righteousness. It is one of the Gifts brought to the Christ child (Matthew 2:11) from the Magi.
Palo Santo Sticks Set of 4 - Sustainably harvested aromatic wood used by the Incas and other cultures as a spiritual remedy. It has been valued for its therapeutic properties for centuries. The translation of Palo Santo from Spanish is holy wood. It is harvested from an indigenous tree in arid areas of South America. The tree belongs to the same family as myrrh and frankincense, which are classified as Burseraceae. Palo Santo is used for a wide variety of purposes ranging from medicinal tea, incense and palo santo essential oil production, to home furniture and flooring.
Traditionally the sweet smelling aroma of the palo santo sacred wood is believed to eliminates stagnant or negative energies and purifies the space, bringing uplifting positive energies, higher vibrations, and good luck. The soothing aroma of the smoke is often used to give your house a sweet smelling aroma and feel. Some people harness the power of palo santo wood for homeopathic purposes. It has been attributed to having the capability of assisting in the healing of colds, arthritis, and asthma among other diseases.
Patchouli c/s Organic Patchouli leaf can be made into tincture, extracts and salves. The unique and strong scent of patchouli oil has been used for hundreds of years in Patchouli perfume, incense, insect repellents, and alternative medicines. You can burn patchouli for incense and insect repellent, wonderful in the backyard with friends and family. Used in white magic spells.
White Sage Smudge Sticks (Salvia apiana), also known as sacred sage, is an evergreen perennial native to the Southwestern United States. Used for centuries by Native Americans in rituals of cleansing and healing. Many people continue this tradition today by holding their own sage smudging ceremonies. Burn white sage to clear energy and restore balance, for protection and spiritual purification. Great Scent, Soothing & Robust Aroma. Each stick is approximately 4 inches long and 1 inch wide.
Dragon's Blood Resin Dipped White Sage Smudge Dragon's Blood mixed with Sage is a powerful protection herb that can drive away negative energies, but can also be used to attract something to you. If you're short on money, love, or success, use Dragon's Blood to help attract it to you. If money is what you're after, place a money drawing stone (Epidote) in a pouch with a piece of Dragon's Blood. Carry it with you when you're headed to a job interview or, if you own a business, place it in the cash register. If finding love is on your mind, carry a love drawing stone (rose quartz is the universal love stone) in a pouch with a piece of Dragon's Blood.
Palo Santo Essential Oil The natives in Ecuador have used it mainly to protect themselves from insects (mosquito) and also in ancestral rituals where shamans use this oil to clear bad energy from the bodies. traditionally used for relieving common colds, flu symptoms, stress, asthma, headaches, anxiety, depression, inflammation, emotional pain and more. This Essential Oil is great for Aromatherapy and can also be used during massage work to assist in healing. The aroma of Palo Santo essential oil is sweet, penetrating and woody with Citrus and Mint undertones and is somewhat reminiscent of Frankincense. It is traditionally used in spiritual rituals to clear negativity from a space, much in the way that White Sage is used.
Sweetgrass braids June 2017 cut sweetgrass braids 20" to 24" long and about 1/2" to 3/4" wide. These taper to very thin at the ends. You will receive one braid. Our sweetgrass is organically grown and sustainably harvested. Sweet grass has a fresh clean aroma, and is burned in cleansing and purification rituals and blessings, or for offerings to spirits and ancestors. It can be burned as braided, or cut up and sprinkled over charcoal or added to loose smudge mixtures.
6" Wooden Tripod Standhand carved in India out of a single piece of Sheesham wood - Indian Rosewood. Each is an individual work of art. No two are exactly alike, and the popular cobra head is featured as part of the design. Both Hindus and Buddhists have special reverence for the cobra which represents eternity. It unfolds into a stand approximately 8" diameter. This elegant, hand-carved wooden tripod stands sturdily on three legs and is perfect to hold Abalone Shells, Vases, Planters, Bowls, Dishes, Pots, Kettles, Tea Pots, Ostrich Eggs, Gems, Rocks, Spheres, Crystals or small burners.
Yerba Santa - Holy Herb. Traditionally used as a smudge or incense for protection and setting boundaries, Yerba Santa has also been used for love, purification, growth, empowerment and beauty, and the release of emotional pain stored in the heart chakra. Uplifting scent; used for respiratory conditions including coughs, colds, tuberculosis, asthma, and chronic bronchitis.
Smudging in the Seven Directions & Prayers
Facing East - I welcome the energy of the beginning way, the rising sun at the beginning of the day and the light of illumination. Welcome Eagle, flying nearest the heavens, with the clearest of vision. I welcome the energies and spirits of the East. HO!
Facing South - I welcome the energy of service to all my relatives, the heat of the noonday sun and the spirit of action in the world. Welcome Coyote spirit. I welcome the energies and spirits of the South. HO!
Facing West - I welcome the energy of looking within to find the gifts of healing. Welcome Bear spirit going deep within to seek the gift of renewal. I welcome the energies and spirits of the West. HO!
Facing North - I welcome the energy of wisdom and blessing and the Grandmothers and Grandfathers who teach me. Welcome Buffalo and the spirit of giveaway, teach me to be generous and honor all that I receive. I welcome the energies and spirits of the North. HO!
Looking up - I welcome the energy and spirit of Above. Father Sky, Star people, and Cloud people. Welcome all that is masculine, grandfathers, fathers, brothers, uncles and sons. And that masculine energy that also exists within the feminine. I welcome the energies and spirits of Father Sky. HO!
Looking down (touching the ground) - I welcome the energy of Mother Earth, the feminine principle, the energy and spirit of Below. I welcome the energy and the spirit of our grandmothers, our mothers, sisters, aunties and daughters. And that feminine energy that exists within the Masculine. I welcome the energies and spirits of Mother Earth. HO!
Looking within (holding your hands over your heart) - I welcome the energy of Within, the principle of being connected, the energy and spirit of Within. I welcome the gifts of balance, oneness, and the connection with all things, for all things are one and all things are related. HO!