White sage is a flowering perennial that is native to the Southwestern United States. This plant loves to grow on sunny, arid slopes and has tall woody stems and tiny white flowers. White sage exists only in a relatively small range in southern California. Much of its limited range has been affected by human development. White sage leaves are often rolled into a large bundle and burned as an incense to purify physical spaces.
Sweetgrass is a spiritual tool used by Native Americans. Like Sage, Sweetgrass is bundled and burned as an incesnse.
Sometimes I take apart the bundles and burn one at a time. It helps to conserve the sage. Thank you for stopping by!
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