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White Sage Farm Grown Smudge Sticks - Large

SKU: smg22j

 • Product Size: 1.5" Dia 4.9-5.9" L 1.1-1.4 oz.

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Sage Wind Farms


This sustainably cultivated White Sage is farm grown using organic methods, but is not certified as organic.

White sage from the coastal mountains of California. This is a broad leaf sage which is prized for its strong aromatic properties. California White Sage has been used by Native Americans for thousands of years for cleansing, purifying ones self and others as well as an area of space through the technique of smudging. String color will vary. weight: 1.7 - 2.1 oz.

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  • Native American smudge incense sticks are used for purifying the atmosphere, dispersing negativity, protection. Smudges put out a lot of soothing smoke. Very refreshing, relaxing, clearing --- like traveling through the clouds...Potent and purifying.To burn a smudge stick -just light the tip, blow it out and either wave in air or place in a glass or metal container (one that will not burn) with sand or salt placed therein to hold the smudge upright. To extinguish, invert smudge into the sand or salt to smother. Smudges put out a lot of soothing smoke.

  • Sage Wind Farms

    Family owned and operated by Ken Taylor and Ellen Woodward-Taylor in the high desert mountains of San Diego County where wild White Sage grows naturally, we began cultivating our land for sage in 2008.

    When we moved to our 40-acre ranch in the high desert of San Diego County, we noticed a proliferation of a plant that is native to the region. Called White Sage or Salvia apiana, it is also known as “Bee Sage”, “Magic Sage”, and “Sacred Sage”.

    Our 40-acre farm is far enough from urban areas to have fresh air without pollution. Our water has lots of minerals which are required for White Sage to thrive; water that originally flushed the roots of desert plants like Salvia apiana before it became part of the natural aquifers in this region. 

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