Loose Herbs

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A re-usable, draw-string bag made from dark brown suedette containing loose herbs. Choose from either White Sage Clusters, Cedar Leaves, Juniper Leaves, Kinnick-Kinnick or Osha Root.

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A re-usable, draw-string bag made from dark brown suedette containing loose herbs. Choose from either White Sage Clusters, Cedar Leaves, Juniper Leaves, Kinnick-Kinnick or Osha Root.

All these herbs can be burned on charcoal discs in our abalone shells and incense bowls, and their aromatic smoke wafted with our Native American smudge feathers.

Although we are not allowed to make claims regarding the medicinal properties of herbs, the Native American tribes traditionally use them as following:

White Sage – burned for purification, cleansing places of negative energy and people of negative feelings and thoughts (25g in 14x9cm bag)

Cedar – burned for regeneration, releasing the old and birthing the new, bringing power, prosperity and longevity, and creating a bridge to Spirit (50g in 14x9cm bag)

Juniper – burned, carried or sprinkled for protection and to create safe, sacred space (50g in 14x9cm bag)

Kinnick-Kinnick – a traditional smoking mixture of herbs, also scattered as an offering to Mother Earth in gratitude (35g in 10x6cm bag)

Osha (Bear) Root – carried as a good luck charm and for protection, it’s burned, chewed and stewed as tea (15g in 10x6cm bag)

We buy and import all our herbs directly from a Native American wholesaler in the US who works closely with the Native American tribes.

Additional information

Weight0.05 kg
Dimensions14 × 9 × 4 cm
Herb

White Sage, Cedar, Juniper, Kinnick-Kinnick, Osha Root

Country

Indigenous Community

Material

Caution

Burn in a heat-resistant container in a fully ventilated space. Extinguish combustible materials fully. Keep away from children and pets. Avoid during pregnancy.

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