Sage & Cedar Spray

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$16.00

Sage and Cedar Spray is a best seller for over 20 years

Use this liquid alternative to smudge your space. Sage & Cedar Spray replaces the smoky, burning smudge stick. Use in all environments including airplanes, hospitals, and offices in the convenient 2 oz size.

Description

Sage & Cedar Spray 2 oz

Ingredients: Water; Medical Grade Essential Oils of sage and cedar.

Use Sage and Cedar Spray anywhere in this convenient 2 oz bottle. Smudging has been used ceremoniously for millennia to clear away negativity and to make room for positive energy.

Smudge or clear your space when chaos is present. If there are arguments and anger present use Sage and Cedar Spray. If you feel agitated or frustrated, use this spray.

To clear a room or space, set your intention to release accumulated negative energy and spray Sage and Cedar Spray.

Sage comes in a variety of types. This herb is the foundation for most of the smudging, or clearing, blends. Using this herb alone is very effective in clearing away negative thoughtforms and vibrations.

Cedar is a purifier and calls forth good energy. Cedar 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.

More about Sage and Cedar– an excerpt from The Essential Guide to Aromatherapy and Vibrational Healing by Margaret Ann Lembo.

SAGE essential oil


Botanical name:
Salvia officinalis
Note: top
Common method of extraction: steam distillation
Parts used: leaves, flowers, and buds
Fragrance: camphoraceous, fresh, green, pungent, strong, sweet, woody
antibacterial, antidepressant, antidiabetic, antifungal, antigalactagogic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiparasitic, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antisudorific, antitussive, antiviral, aperitive, astringent, blood purifier, carminative, cholagogic, cicatrizant, depurative, digestive, disinfectant (strong), diuretic, emmenagogic, estrogenic, euphoriant, febrifugal, hemostatic (bleeding gums), hepatic, hypertensor, insecticidal, laxative, nervine, stimulative (brain, circulatory system, adrenal glands), stomachic, tonic (digestive system), vulnerary, warming

CEDAR essential oil

Botanical name: Juniperus virginiana
Note: base
Common method of extraction: steam distillation
Parts used: bark, sawdust, wood, and wood chips
Fragrance: earthy, woody; reminiscent of the forest
Therapeutic properties: antipruritic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, antiseborrheic, antitussive, balsamic, diuretic, emmenagogic, emollient, insecticidal, healing (skin), sedative

What is Smudging?

“Smudging is the traditional spiritual practice of clearing away negative thoughtforms (the manifestation of mental energy) and other negative vibrations with the smoke of burning herbs, typically dried sage. The sage used for smudging is usually either high desert sage or white wide-leaf sage and is often bound into a bundle called a smudge stick. Other dried herbs, such as cedar, are sometimes added to the bundle as well. Loose dried herbs and resins (like incense sticks) can also be used for smudging.”

Excerpt from All About Smudging – an ebook by Margaret Ann Lembo

Hand labeled and bottled by the staff of ­The Crystal Garden, Inc.
877-444-5099 • www.TheCrystalGarden.com
For external use only. Shake well.

 

 

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Additional information

Weight 2.9 oz
Dimensions 2.25 × 1.5 × 4.75 in

1 review for Sage & Cedar Spray

  1. Ingrid

    I LOVE this one!!!
    I use it instead of smoke smudging as my landlords don’t allow me to use incense or burn candles…

    • margaret

      Thank you! We are glad. Thanks for posting.

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