Native to the mountains of Southern California, Californian white sage (Salvia apiana) is a beautiful and fragrant herb that has long been used by the Chumash and other Native American peoples for cleansing, healing, and ceremonies. The Californian white sage plant is a small shrub with silvery-white leaves and stems that can grow up to three feet tall. The flowers are small and whitish-blue in color, blooming from late spring to early summer. The Californian white sage plant is drought-tolerant and prefers well-drained, sandy soil. It is often used as an ornamental plant in gardens and landscaping. The Californian white sage plant has a strong, pungent smell that is said to be clearing and purifying. The leaves and flowers of the Californian white sage plant can be dried and used in smudge sticks or incense. The Californian white sage plant is also used in making essential oils and herbal teas.
White Sage is a sacred herb that has been used for hundreds of years as part of cleansing ceremonies. The act of burning sage, "called smudging" creates an intended effect.
The most common intention is for the smoke of the sage to cleanse people, spaces and objects of unwanted negative energies, bad spirits and raise vibrations.
CLEARS ENERGY| RAISES VIBRATIONS| NEW BEGINNINGS
Size: 6-7 inches
Weight: 57-59 g
Origin: California, USA
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