Classic Smudge Trio (Cedar, White Sage, and Blue Sage)
Sample the wonderful benefits of smudging with this variety pack of three 3-4” smudge sticks. Sage smudging is the most traditional way to cleanse and purify your home or ritual space.
This kit is a great way to try out different aromas, or to be prepared for a cleansing emergency!
One (1) White Sage smudge stick (general purpose, healing and cleansing)
One (1) Blue Sage smudge stick (peace, purity and relaxation)
One (1) Cedar smudge stick (protection and exorcism)
The smudge sticks come sealed in a plastic bag to preserve their potency and freshness. Please note that this is a natural product, and size, color and texture may vary slightly from the photo.
Read more about the different smudging herbs in our detailed guide!
About White Sage
White Sage, also called Sacred Sage or Bee Sage, is a desert shrub native to the American Southwest and Mexico. The dried leaves have a sweet, slightly astringent aroma. Sage is traditionally used in Native American medicine and shamanic practice. White Sage is renowned for its healing, benevolent energy. The scent calms the mind and purifies the body. Sage smoke is believed to have the power carry prayers to the heavens, to remove spirits, and cleanse ritual space. Continue a tradition of healing and blessings with this remarkable plant!
About Blue Sage
Blue Sage, also known as New Mexico or Grandmother Sage, has a fresh, light fragrance somewhat similar to lavender. Much like White Sage, it is good for healing and cleansing rituals. Its soothing, relaxing smell can be used to aid meditation, or burned simply for aroma pleasure.
About Cedar Smudge
Not a type of Sage, but from the foliage of Cedar trees, Cedar smudges carry a medicine of protection. Its aroma is woodsy and fresh. Cedar is often used to cleanse a home or apartment when first moving in, inviting unwanted spirits to leave and protecting a person, place or object from unwanted influences.
How to Use Smudge Sticks
Holding the smudge stick by the “handle” end, use a lighter to ignite the tip. Blow out any open flames so that the leaves slowly smolder. Next, wave the smudging wand around a room, person, or objects to direct the fragrant, cleansing smoke. Catch the ashes in a heat-resistant dish. (An abalone shell is traditional, but you can use a smudge pot, incense burner, or even a regular plate, as long as you put something under it.) Smudge sticks can be extinguished in a dish of sand and re-used many times. Of course, never leave burning smudges unattended.