+Palo Santo is known as Holy Wood. Bursera graveolens, a wild tree found in areas from Mexico to Peru & belonging to the same family as Frankincense and Myrrh. This tree produces incredibly aromatic and hypoallergenic resin that only grows stronger in concentration with age.
Ignite your stick of Palo Santo. Hold at about a 45 degree angle pointing the tip down toward the flame. Allow it to burn for about 30 secs to 1 minute and then blow out sending your intentions with the smoke.
+Cedar - dispels negative energy and attracts positive vibes.
+Juniper - mood booster, lifts depleted energy, emotions.
+Mugwort (Black Sage) smudge sticks can be used in traditional smudging practice to purify and cleanse with their sacred smoke, but are most favored for their use in path-work divination, and seeking spiritual journeys and prophetic dreams. Mugwort is also associated with lust and fertility.
+Sweetgrass - Burned as an incense, sweetgrass is valued for its vanilla-like scent. Clippings of sweetgrass are usually braided and then dried prior to burning. When burned for healing or ritual purposes, the smoke from the braided sweetgrass is thought to attract good spirits and positive energies. It is used as a smudging tool to purify peoples auras, cleanse objects, and clear ceremonial areas or healing spaces of negative energy