White Sage smudge - Sagrada Madre -

Small white sage smudge handcrafted by "Sagrada Madre" in Argentina with natural, sustainable and chemical-free elements.


The smoke of this small "Sagrada Madre" sage smudge is especially indicated for energetic cleansing, purification, attracting positive energies, relieving stress and helping to find calm and emotional balance.

Salvia is an ancient plant that has always been used as an excellent protection amulet against bad energy and is highly valued for being a purification and protection plant and is ideal for use in cleansing rituals.

It also relieves nervous tension, helps control illnesses caused by stress, maintains calm and emotional balance, as well as increases self-esteem and improves mood.

How to use:

Never remove the ropes that hold the bundle, they will gradually burn along with all the smudge.

First of all, prepare the place where you are going to light the smudge, place a plate or a container since, as it is a bundle of dry leaves, it can be dangerous.

Light the tip of the bundle or smudge if possible with matches or candles. Leave the flame burning for a few seconds and then blow so that the combustion continues but without flame.
If the intention is to renew energy, remember to leave the windows a little open

- To smoke spaces or objects:
Light the smudge with a match and with the smoke it gives off, flood the entire space (if it is a house, pass the bundle through all the rooms you want to clean) or object making undulating movements.

- To purify your body: when you feel that your body vibrates low or has energy overload, go through it with the smoke from head to toe, making circles in a clockwise direction.

If you notice that no smoke is coming out, turn it on again as we have previously detailed.
Remember that you can also use the incense by supporting it on a bowl or saucer.

Composition: aromatic herbs, natural resins, natural binder and essential oils.

Measurements of the smudge: 10cm x 3 cm

Keep out of reach of children and pets.
Do not use near flammable items.
Make sure that all the remains fall on heat resistant surfaces.
Never leave the smudge unattended.