More about Sacred Incense White Sage
Sacred Incense White Sage (Salvia apiana) is a sacred herb sustainably harvested from the deserts of California and considered sacred to Native American tribes. It grows abundantly in the coastal sage scrub habitat of Southern California and is widely used for spiritual and medicinal purposes.
The leaves of the White Sage plant have been used for centuries in Native American ceremonies and healing rituals to purify and cleanse energy. Burning White Sage leaves creates a fragrant smoke that is believed to drive away negative energies and promote a sense of calm and clarity. The smoke from White Sage is unique, with a strong, herbal aroma that is often associated with cleansing and grounding.
Many people use White Sage smudging as a way to cleanse their living spaces of negative energy and promote positivity. The practice involves lighting a bundle of dried White Sage leaves and using the smoke to cleanse the air and any objects in the space. The cleansing effect of White Sage is thought to restore balance and harmony, making it a popular choice for spiritual and meditative practices.