Cedar

$2.50

1 oz

Instructions for use: Burn on charcoal in an abalone shell or fire safe dish.

Cedar is a purifier and calls forth good energy, it is often found in combination with sage in smudge sticks. It is used by some for bringing in the vibration of Christ consciousness and protection.

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Cedar is a purifier and calls forth good energy, it is often found in combination with sage in smudge sticks. It is used by some for bringing in the vibration of Christ consciousness and protection.

One Native American man taught me that he doesn’t use cedar to cleanse as much as he does for praying and invoking the energy of the Great Spirit.

Cedar, also known as cedarwood oil, was used by the ancient Egyptians for mummification and by other ancient cultures for sarcophagi. It was also used for palace and temple building materials.

~Excerpted from All About Smudging an eBook by Margaret Ann Lembo

Instructions for use: Burn on charcoal in an abalone shell or fire safe dish.

“Mental uses: Use cedarwood oil to help you remember to ground yourself. Use it when you are experiencing mental fatigue to replenish your mental focus. Cedarwood has a grounding effect and aids those challenged by the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The energy of the tree helps you to strengthen your inner potentials.

Emotional uses: Cedarwood helps you reclaim your balance through nature. Allow this oil to encourage you to spend time outdoors to release emotional challenges. While in nature, use this oil to imagine emotional toxins draining from the soles of your feet into the ground. Cedarwood oil can be used to calm your nerves, helping to reduce stress and anxiety.”

~excerpt from The Essential Guide to Aromatherapy and Vibrational Healing

Additional information

Weight 1.2 oz
Dimensions 3.75 × 2.25 × 1.25 in

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