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White Sage Pure Natural Stick Incense, 20 sticks [IN111-RAC]

 $12.50  $9.38USD

This is 100 percent all natural pure White Sage Stick Incense. White sage is considered sacred by many Native Americans since it is used to make smudge sticks, a type of incense. White sage is believed to cleanse a space of any evil spirits or 'negative' energies that may be present. This power is said to be released from the plant by the burning of the leaves, which are typically bundled into a wand or stick. Today many Native American tribes still use the stems and leaves for smudging as part of purification ceremonies.
White sage, with its incredibly strong, aromatic resins, is the most highly prized Western Sage. It is found in the rugged mountains of the Southwest, where it is burned ceremonially in purification rituals. Its beautiful leaf clusters and enormous flowering stalks burst forth in the spring, painting streaks of white against the rusty green hillsides and filling the air with the pungent scent of wild White Sage. This is the only White Sage stick incense anywhere made with 100% real White Sage. Clean burning. All packaging is biodegradable, compostable and recycled.

These White Sage Incense are the only stick incense anywhere made with 100 percent wild harvested leaves, wood and resins from the mountains of the Western USA, no perfumey stuff, no added scents, no fake anything. The INGREDIENTS FOR these INCENSE from Juniper Ridge are sustainably wild harvested leaves, wood and resins from the mountains and deserts of the West, vegetable based gum, bamboo stick and that's it, really! No charcoal, no potassium nitrate, no fake anything.

Made in the USA

20 sticks per box

Quantity on hand : 6

Average Review Rating : 5.00

Current Reviews: 3

White Sage Pure Natural Stick Incense, 20 sticks

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 16 October, 2009.


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