We offer a few varieties of smudging sticks made fresh from lavender and white sage to cedar wood to palo santo sticks. A great way to clear spaces or cleanse energy.
“Smudging, or other rites involving the burning of sacred herbs or resins, is a ceremony practiced by some Indigenous peoples of the Americas. In some cases the ceremony is for spiritual cleansing or blessing, but the purposes and particulars of the ceremonies, and the substances used, can vary widely between tribes, bands and nations. While several well-known cultures may use forms of sage (for example, common sage or white sage) and cedar that is local to their region, the use of sage is neither universal, nor as widespread as was once commonly believed.”
Also available, is the Sanctuary Lavender Farm smudging sticks locally made in Creston, B.C.
Just in time for Canada Day, we bring you "Canada Eh!". Blended with all the trees and flowers of Canada.