Kitchen Freshening White Sage


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Native Americans and other indigenous people have burned sage for thousands of years as part of their spiritual practice.

The word sage comes from the Latin “salvia,” which means, “to feel healthy.” In Ancient times, Egyptians and Romans used smudging to treat digestive issues, memory problems, and sore throats. Modern research shows that sage contains flavenoids which may help to improve memory and ward off depression and anxiety.

We use sage in many ways. One of our regular uses is to freshen the air in our kitchen after cooking. And, we've even found it to be a great POO-pourie! ;-)

Our freshly dried California White Sage leaves will refresh your home air with a lingering earthiness. Burn an end and wave it around for a few moments as you walk about your space. The strong smokey scent will pleasantly disperse all odors!

Large: 6" wand

Small: 4" torch (a perfect size for travel!)

Ingredients: 100% California White Sage