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White sage is a flowering perennial that is native to the Southwest U.S. Its tall woody stems and tiny white flowers love dry, arid slopes with lots of sun, and flourish in the rocky heights of the southwestern canyons. The aromatic herb has been used for centuries as incense and in smudge pots for ceremonial use hence its common name of white ceremonial sage. Many people use white sage as a form of clearing or cleansing a space from which to work from. For those of you not familiar with white sage, it is a dried herb that is either used in loose leaf form or bundled with string. To clear negative energies, the dried sage is lit, burned, and then blown out, to create a steady stream of smoke. The smoke produced is said to clean out negativity and drive away the bad spirits. The smoke is waved through the air in circular waves with a bowl or shell to catch any burning embers that may fall. It has been passed along from Native American traditions and is used today quite frequently.In addition to being burned as incense, white sage has medicinal uses. Some Native American tribes used white sage for coughs and fever. Burning leaves have been used to fumigate a house or dwelling after a contagion, and to purify the air during illnesses. White ceremonial sage also has been used as a hair rinse and a deodorant poultice to reduce body odor. It's a very strong anti-inflammatory when taken as a tea or infusion also.White Sage SmudgingSmudging is used and recommended by indigenous peoples, feng shui practitioners, healers, and more, for space clearing and purification. Healers often recommend smudging to change the "energy" of a place after an event has happened, such a death, or even an argument. Smudging a computer would be done to remove the electromagnetic field energy; smudging one's desk at the end of the day could be to remove the "work" mentality from the air.Precautions - White sage should not be ingested by women who are pregnant.Recent Searches: white sage wandswhite sage cleansing ritualdried white sageceremonial white sagewhite sage wholesalewhite sage teawhite sage for salewhite sage bulkbulk white sagewhite sage leaveswhite sage useswhite sage herbwhite sage stickswhite sage for smudgingsmudging with white sagewhite sage