Mist at Nag Champa Mountain 4″
Order is for 1 bundle about 4″ long.
This 4″ wand will last weeks if burnt daily, or longer is burnt less.
Nag champa is a fragrance of Indian origin. It is made from a combination of sandalwood and either champak or frangipani (also known as plumeria).
Santalum is also known as Sandalwood. Sandalwood has been used for centuries in meditation as well as in temples as prayer offerings. This smudge stick’s base is mountain sage which stimulates dreams as well as heighten 3rd eye chakra activity. Infused with sandalwood, this is geared towards helping one gain a meditative state. It will invite a warm, peaceful atmosphere to usher you into relaxation.
In Hawaiin culture, plumerias are used to symbolize positivity. … In Hindu culture, plumerias represent devotion and dedication to the faith. However, in Buddhism, plumerias tend to represent immortality. This is probably because the plant that produces plumeria flower blooms even after it has been uprooted. In a general sense the flower represents devotion and immortality. It is such a beautiful plant to work with. Perfect for mediation or usher in an atmosphere of praise and worship.
How to Use Smudge Sticks
Holding the smudge stick by the “handle” end, use a lighter to ignite the tip. Blow out any open flames so that the leaves slowly smolder. Next, wave the smudging wand around a room, person, or objects to direct the fragrant, cleansing smoke. Catch the ashes in a heat-resistant dish. (An Abalone shell is traditional, but you can use a smudge pot, incense burner, or even a regular ceramic plate, as long as you put something under it.)
Smudge sticks can be extinguished in a dish of sand and re-used many times. Of course, never leave burning smudges unattended.
These herbs are not food grade and would be consumed at your own risk. Best uses are for baths, sachets, or burning as to release the spiritual properties of the plant (more commonly referred to as smudging)