White Sage Dry Herb || Salvia Apiana || Sacred Sage

White Sage Dry Herb || Salvia Apiana || Sacred Sage


White or sacred sage is a plant native to Southern North America and Northern Mexico, with a history of use by First Nations people in these regions as a ceremonial tool, for cleansing, clearing and protecting. This plant has a beautiful and rich aromatic, grounding and uplifting scent when used fresh or burning the dried aerials. Sage smudging is a technique using the smoke of the plant to cleanse the energy of a person or space, filling the air with a powerful aroma. It's no surprise that this plant is used as an upper-respiratory tonic, potentially aiding in sinus congestion, sore throats and colds/flus.

This product is 100% white sage dried herb harvested from a sustainable plantation.

Although our White Sage comes from a sustainable harvesting source, we ask that you use it with full intention and respect of it's rarity. We suggest you keep it for high ceremony. If you are looking for a space clearer that is more abundant we recommend the Tribe Earth Native Insence, our Australian Native Mister Spray or our Smudging Herbs from European lineages. Use as incense to cleanse & clear energies.

Caution: in pregnancy, lactation, children, not to be used internally, discontinue use immediately if worsening of any symptoms


Store in cool, dark place




    Latin name: Salvia apiana
    Common name: White Sage, Sacred Sage
    Family: Lamiaceae
    Origin: USA
    Part Used: Aerials
    Size: 40g


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