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Incense: White Sage (Salvia Apiana), loose, 250 grams

This sage is wild crafted. This means it is harvested from plants growing naturally. It is not cultivated or treated in any manner. This way, it is 100% organic, but there is no official certification. The sage is harvested and dried. It is not treated any further. 

About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers.
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.

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Incense White Sage clusters (Salvia Apiana)

Productnr.: 19800

Weight: 250 g


Incense: White Sage (Salvia Apiana), clusters

This sage is wild crafted. This means it is harvested from plants growing naturally. It is not cultivated or treated in any manner. This way, it is 100% organic, but there is no official certification. The sage is harvested and dried. It is not treated any further. 

About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers.
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.

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Incense White Sage clusters (Salvia Apiana)

Productnr.: 19801

Weight: 500 g


Incense White Sage (Salvia Apiana) - clusters


This sage is wild crafted. This means it is harvested from plants growing naturally. It is not cultivated or treated in any manner. This way, it is 100% organic, but there is no official certification. The sage is harvested and dried. It is not treated any further.
About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers.
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.

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Incense White Sage clusters (Salvia Apiana)

Productnr.: 19802

Weight: 1000 g


Incense: White Sage (Salvia Apiana) - loose  


This sage is wild crafted. This means it is harvested from plants growing naturally. It is not cultivated or treated in any manner. This way, it is 100% organic, but there is no official certification. The sage is harvested and dried. It is not treated any further. 

About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers.
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.

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White Sage Smudge L 12x loose

Productnr.: 5212

Weight: 80-90 g; Dimensions: 23×5 cm


Incense: White Sage Smudge bundle - L - loose - 12 x

About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers.
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.

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White Sage Smudge S 24x in basket

Productnr.: 5214

Weight: 20 g; Dimensions: 10×3 cm

Incense: White Sage Smudge bundle - S - in basket - 24x

About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers.
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.

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White Sage Smudge L wrapped

Productnr.: 5215/2

Weight: 80-90 g; Dimensions: 23×5 cm

Incense: White Sage Smudge bundle - L - wrapped

About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers.
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.

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White Sage Smudge M wrapped

Productnr.: 5216

Weight: 70 g; Dimensions: 18 cm

Incense: White Sage Smudge bundle - M - wrapped

About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers. 
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.
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White Sage Smudge S pack of 3

Productnr.: 5217/2

Weight: 20 g; Dimensions: 10×3 cm

Incense: White Sage Smudge bundle - S - packed in a SET of 3

About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers.
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.

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White Sage Smudge S/M pack of 3. ATTENTION

Productnr.: 5219

Weight: 25 g; Dimensions: 12 cm

Incense: White Sage Smudge bundle - S/M - pack of 3

ATTENTION: SMUDGE IS NOT AVAILABLE IN 30 GRAM, TEMPORARILY ONLY IN 25 GRAM

About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers. 
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.
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Yerba Santa Smudge L

Productnr.: 5221

Dimensions: 19×4 cm

Incense:Yerba Santa Smudge - L

Yerba Santa is Spanish for “holy herb”, so named by missionary priests who were amazed by its healing powers. This 100% natural smudge not only creates an uplifting scent but it is also ideal to protect and purify both yourself and your environment. It is traditionally used as a smudge or incense to neutralize harmful energy and support healing ceremonies. Yerba Santa is considered sacred by Native American and Spanish cultures.



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Shasta Sage Smudge L

Productnr.: 5227

Weight: 80 g; Dimensions: 19×4.5 cm

Incense: Shasta Sage Smudge - L

Shasta Sage or Blue Sage comes from the area of Mount Shasta from northern California. It is said that it has a strong yin energy so therefore it would be ideal for orientation and preparation for a meditation or healing ceremony. Mount Shasta is supposed to be one of the seven sacred mountains of the world and is home to many notable hurricanes. Therefore smoke bundle of Shasta Sage are very special. The Smudge or wand are very popular for smudging the body aura or atmosphere for quick cleaning in rooms.

Application: Simple light the top of the wand, fanning air and let it smolder. Delete the rod with the smoke rising from bottom to top along the body or walk across the room in a clockwise direction. Then ventilate well.

Each bundle of dried Shasta Sage is tied together with thread. 





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White Sage Smudge S/M 18 in basket. ATTENTION!

Productnr.: 5219/1

Weight: 25 g; Dimensions: 12 cm

Incense: White Sage Smudge bundle - S/M - loose in basket - 18x

ATTENTION: SMUDGE IS NOT AVAILABLE IN 30 GRAM, TEMPORARILT ONLY IN 25 GRAM

About our White Sage smudges: Smudge Sticks or Smudge Bundles are all-natural ceremonial incenses, traditionally burned in Native American rituals such as sweat lodges. Increasingly, doctors, therapists, and body workers are discovering the beneficial aspects of these herbs. Smudge Bundles are one of the means by which people around the globe are reconnecting with the power of Mother Nature. The use of plant and resin smoke possibly evolved out of the primordial campfires from distant caves. The ceremony of cleansing people, places and objects through smoke is continued today. Not only good for keeping pesky flying insects away, but certain plant smokes (smudges) could preserve food and hides. Some smudges could also impart protection from unseen spirits and thoughts. To apply the protective cleansing power of a smudge a leaf or resin was heated to make smoke that was brushed over the person or object often with a feather fan. Some plant smokes had specific healing properties while others more generic powers.
The smudge smoke is made either by spreading dry herbs on hot coals or hot rocks or igniting dry herbs in a clay bowl or shell. White Sage is burned in smudging ceremonies to drive out bad spirits, negative feelings or influences. The leaves are valued for their aromatic properties and are used as a natural moth repellent (in clothing) or mosquitos (in a room). White Sage can be used in numerous ways. Native Americans of the Plains Nations cover the floor of their sweat lodges with sage. They will also breathe through a small bundle of sage and at times rub the bundle on their bodies while in the sweat lodge. White Sage makes the bad spirits sick, they claim. They go away from it when it is burned. It does not make the good spirits sick. They will not leave when it is smoked. Good spirits like White Sage.

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Yerba Santa Smudge S per 12 in basket

Productnr.: 5230/12

Dimensions: 10×3 cm

Incense: Yerba Santa Smudge - S - per 12 in basket

Yerba Santa is Spanish for “holy herb”, so named by missionary priests who were amazed by its healing powers. This 100% natural smudge not only creates an uplifting scent but it is also ideal to protect and purify both yourself and your environment. It is traditionally used as a smudge or incense to neutralize harmful energy and support healing ceremonies. Yerba Santa is considered sacred by Native American and Spanish cultures.

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Shasta Sage Smudge S

Productnr.: 5231/12

Dimensions: 11×3 cm

Incense: Shasta Sage Smudge - S - 12 in basket

Sold per 2 Smudges Wands.

Shasta Sage or Blue Sage comes from the area of Mount Shasta from northern California. It is said that it has a strong yin energy so therefore it would be ideal for orientation and preparation for a meditation or healing ceremony. Mount Shasta is supposed to be one of the seven sacred mountains of the world and is home to many notable hurricanes. Therefore smoke bundle of Shasta Sage are very special. The Smudge or wand are very popular for smudging the body aura or atmosphere for quick cleaning in rooms.

Application: Simple light the top of the wand, fanning air and let it smolder. Delete the rod with the smoke rising from bottom to top along the body or walk across the room in a clockwise direction. Then ventilate well.

Each bundle of dried Shasta Sage is tied together with thread. 





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Fire-proof terracotta dish with bag silversand

Productnr.: 13100

Dimensions: 17 cm

Fire-proof terracotta dish for smudging - Incense Accessories

Comes with bag of silversand, to put out burning smudgesticks.
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Firebowl Phoenix I

Productnr.: 3000

Dimensions: 35×5 cm

Is discontinued / end-of-life!

Firebowl Phoenix I

Phoenix Fire bowl - for fire ceremonies and rituals
For a ritual fire-ceremony, it is preferred to use a fire-bowl.The Phoenix fire bowls are made in a German forge, and have a solid gauge.
Such a bowl will better conduct the heat, and the fire will burn better as well. These bowls make excellent utensils to be used for various rituals. Fire works transforming and purifying. The size or intensity of the fire is not of much importance – it is the intensity of the performed ritual. Both in Buddhism and Hinduism, pujas will be performed, in order to transform negative energies, but also to cleanse rooms in a ceremonial way. 

Transformation with the use of fire
Practice is to write on sheets of paper what it is you wish to transform, for yourself or others. Take another paper for every other person or intention, and write down the person’s name and what you would like to transform, fold up the paper and collect these papers in a dish. Next, you arrange for the ingredients of your fire ceremony, like pieces of wood, grains, seeds, several kinds of incense, and in order to make your fire burn as well as you want to, use some firelighters meant for the hearth. For performing this ritual, you are lighting a sacred fire. You will do this by directing your heart and mind at the sacred aspect of fire, of the ritual and of the wonderful life energy, this way creating renewal.

Smudge & incense rituals
The fire bowls are also excellently fit for smudge & incense ceremonies. For this, please use a layer of silver sand at the bottom of the bowl, preferably a rather substantial layer. Draw a nice circle in the sand, using your finger or a stick, before you commence your smudge ceremony.
For incense ceremonies, you best use charcoal, to kindle a small fire in the sand. By the way, a smudge bundle is easily extinguished by pressing the burning side into the sand. Please use little bowls to put the incense in for this ceremony. Please use a special pair of tongs to light the charcoal: product # 460. Please use another pair of tongs to place the incense bowl on the burning charcoal: product # 457.
Phoenix Import offers a broad selection of separate kinds of incense. 

Security measures
Please take adequate safety measures for your fire ceremony. Be sure your bowl could be completely covered using a fireguard blanket to extinguish the fire if needed. Please do not use water for this purpose. Please arrange for a substantial layer of silver sand at the bottom of the fire bowl. Also put the bowl on a fireproof base. And do not exaggerate the size of the fire – even a very small fire will do. Never leave the fire bowl unattended, even when the fire is just smouldering.

Specifics
Fire bowls: Made of rolled iron, slightly rusted
Recommended: Plastic pot silver sand ± 600 grams, Product # 3010 





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Abalone shell Haliotis Midae

Productnr.: 17999

Dimensions: 11-15 cm

Abalone shell (Haliotis Midae) - Incense Accessories

For incense burning, like white sage clusters and smudges. A very beautiful shell!

From Philippines.

Cobra stand triangle (W9482) to be ordered separately.
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Abalone shell H. Midae + Cobra stand triangle

Productnr.: 17999/1

Dimensions: 11-15 cm

Incense Accessories - Abalone shell (Haliotis Midae) + Cobra stand triangle 

For incense burning, like white sage clusters and smudges. A very beautiful shell!

From Philippines.
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