4 inch Lavender Flower, Blue Sage and Yerba Santa combined into one powerful smudge stick.
Lavender has calming peaceful vibes when used has a Smudge it clears negative energy but also invites in love and peacefulness. The soothing aroma puts you at ease and helps you rest. Lavender is said to help with insomnia, burn this sage right before bedtime to help quiet the mind and prepare for rest.
Blue Sage is for healing and cleansing the self, whereas white sage is more for protection against outside entities. Blue Sage is great for doing self work, working on your issues or vices internally. It is also excellent to use during meditation to help clear negative thoughts and negative self talk.
Yerba Santa also known as the Holy Herb, is an herb commonly know to help clear respiratory issues, such as colds, and coughs. The Yerba Santa Smudge stick is used for protection, healing, spiritual fortitude, cleansing and inner growth. Yerba Santa has a stronger fragrance than White or Blue Sage. Great for smudging, use to get rid of negativity and for purification.
How To Smudge Your House:
1. Place the candle, the fireproof container and the smudge stick on a table, desk or any other appropriate surface.
2. Light the candle and say a prayer or just focus your energy. Light the tip of your smudge stick with a candle light, then gently wave the stick in the air till the tip begins to smoulder.
3. Hold the smudge stick over the fireproof container at all times in order to avoid any lit herbs falling on the floor . You can use a feather, if you have one, but usually just gently waving your hands to disperse the smoke is enough. Remind yourself to stay connected to your breathing throughout your smudging session.
4. Go clockwise around your house (usually starting at the front door), and gently wave the smoke into the air. Spend a bit more time smudging the room corners, as they tend to accumulate stagnant energy.
5. When you have smudged all areas of your house, come back to where you started and gently extinguish your smudge stick (dipping it into sand while applying a bit of pressure usually works well).