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Californian White Sage

Californian White Sage

Regular price $15.00 AUD
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Useful for

  • Shifting stagnant energy

Ingredients

  • 100% californian white sage

*Sustainably harvested in compliance with CA PC384(a)

How to use

  • Open all doors and windows to your home, vehicle, or space, to ensure the negative energy has a way out
  • Light the top end of the stick, and blow out the flame.
  • Move around your space, holding the sage in your left hand, whilst moving your hand and sage in an anti clockwise direction circular motion.
  • As you move, command ‘ Negativity out, Positivity in”
  • Be cautious if moving over carpets, mats and rugs

FAQ

  • I struggle with smoke, is there another way to practice these rituals? Try our classic Oasis Smudge blend, dedicated to the farm we grow our herbs on and the grounding energy from the forest and oceans nearby

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White sage (Salvia apian) is a sacred and revered herb with origins tied to several indigenous communities, including the Lakota, Cheyenne, and Navajo.

White Sage is used to help clear away negative energies from your space and objects. Burning sage is likened to an energetic shower, clearing away stagnant energy and helping to shift heavy moods. 

Helpful for a bad mood after a heavy unexpected phone call, or helping us to feel safer energetically, Sage is a beautiful companion to practice energetic hygiene with.

*Sustainably harvested in compliance with CA PC384(a). 

"I have always loved the ritual of smudging a white sage stick after work or an intense confrontation. Like many survivors of abuse, I prioritise energetic cleansing as a means to keep myself feeling safe and purified, White Sage has been a life long part of my journey.Did you know smudging Sage was once considered illegal? Natives were unable to practice their religions until 1978 in the U.S. Acknowledging the complicated history of societal and cultural oppression is vital for inclusivity and worldwide acceptance as we share these traditions. "

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