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Smudge Stick - White Sage 10cm

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White sage is also called Indian incense. It is made from the silver-white leaves of the Salvia Apiana plant and grows on the coast of California. It is a sacred...
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White sage is also called Indian incense. It is made from the silver-white leaves of the Salvia Apiana plant and grows on the coast of California. It is a sacred herb used by shamans of indigenous peoples in North America for centuries for purification ceremonies. Hereby not only the living environment, but also the mind with all her thoughts is cleaned.

White Sage has a penetrating spicy smell. Scientific research has shown that 94% of the bacteria in the room have been broken down after burning this herb.

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