Smudge in Spray 8 oz Refill
Our number one bestseller is now available as an 8 oz refill!
Please note that this is meant to refill an existing 2 oz or 4 oz bottle and does not come with a sprayer.
This herbaceous blend can clear negative energy from your space and bring in love and light. With it’s blend of holy waters this spray also calms your fears and eases your mind.
Used by nurses, police officers, office workers, and everyone in between to clear out negative energy and strife.
Perfect for use in your car, hotel rooms, offices and hospital rooms.
Keep the energy of your space as clear as you keep it physically clean with this liquid alternative to smoking smudge products.
Smudge in Spray 8 oz is a refill and doesn’t come with a sprayer.
Ingredients: Water; Proprietary Blend of Medical Grade Essential Oils; Holy Waters from around the world; Sacred Site Essences from around the world; Bach Flower Essences.
Aromatic Blend Notes: camphoraceous, fresh, green, pungent, strong, sweet, clean, floral, herbaceous, light, mellow, sweet, warm, woody
Waters: Chalice Well Water; Spring from Mother Mary’s home in Anatolia, Turkey; St. Germain in France, St. Anne’s Cathedral in Quebec and many more.
Synergistic proprietary formula received through Divine Inspiration by Margaret Ann Lembo.
Made with Love by Margaret Ann Lembo
The Crystal Garden, Inc.
877-444-5099 • www.TheCrystalGarden.com
For external use only. Shake well.
Excerpted from All About Smudging
Author’s Note: The real purpose of smudging originates from the part of you that remembers your true nature, which is calm, peaceful, and happy. Smudging isn’t simply the removal of negativity, but more important, it is the remembrance of love, kindness, compassion, and true happiness. Remember your magnificence! Connect with the wisdom of your ultimate nature. Find inner strength, cultivate self-confidence, and serve others with your love and joy. Know that your existence is truly meaningful!
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.
The origin of the word “smudge” can be traced back to the fifteenth century. According to various dictionaries, “to smudge” means to dirty, soil, or smear something. This is not the manner in which we use the word today. Rather, the alternative meaning of “smudge”–a smoky fire, especially one made to drive away mosquitoes or to safeguard fruit trees from frost—is more closely aligned with our present use. Today, in the world of metaphysics and spirituality, it is common to use smudge, or smoke, to drive away pests manifesting in the form of negative thoughts or bothersome energy and to make room for positive energy. In this case, the smoke safeguards one from negativity, rather than frost.
Because of its ethereal qualities and its tendency to rise toward the heavens, smoke has been used in spiritual practices for millennia. From China, India, and Southeast Asia to Europe and the Western world, many rituals include the element of smoking herbs or incense as part of the ceremony. Native Americans and other indigenous cultures around the world have been using smudging in ceremonies and clearings for many moons. —— Although some ceremonies are steeped in tradition and can be quite elaborate, a grand ceremony isn’t necessary to reap the benefits of this practice. Dried herbs or a smudge stick, matches, and a dish (such as an abalone shell) to catch or hold the burning embers are all you will need. The use of a feather to fan the smoke in the direction you want to go is also useful.
It is not necessary to make a lot of smoke to get the job done. Burning herbs in a small space with a smoke detector will likely set off the alarm, so practice using just enough of the materials to make smoke without creating a smoldering heap that is going to set off alarms and douse the space with sprinklers. Also, take great care not to start a fire with embers or flying sparks. Be sure to safeguard yourself and your space by taking the proper precautions. If you are worried about this, see the section below where I discuss a smokeless alternative to burning herbs.