White Sage and Dragon's Blood Smudge Stick

17.00 CHF


This particular incense bundle combines two of the most potent purifying incense. The white sage is an effective cleaning agent for apartments, rooms and houses, as well as for aura purification. In addition, white sage is essential as a ritual incense for the North American Indians. It is used to ward off negative and evil energies and create clear consciousness.

Dragon's Blood is a legendary incense resin and has long been used in rituals to neutralize negative energies. Dragon's blood is also a relevant ingredient in protective and sacrificial incense. For exorcisms, dragon blood is the most commonly used substance. It has an immediate and powerful effect.

Why we love it: The combination of white sage and dragon blood can hardly be surpassed in cleansing, neutralizing, and clarifying effects.

You can find more information about Dragon's Blood here: The Benefits of Dragon's Blood.

Additional information

Smudging means cleaning energy in a specific space by burning certain herbs. White sage is the best-known plant used for this.

Smudging has been done for thousands of years, but it was the Native Americans (Indians) who made its use known. Indians feel a deep connection with nature and the spiritual. They burn white sage to contact the spirit world and chase away evil spirits. Legend has it that white sage makes evil spirits sick. We call the "spirit world" the contact with our subconscious mind. You could think of chasing evil spirits as driving negativity out of your home.

How to Use

Light the end of the stick, holding it at the base and allowing it to burn for 20 seconds. Then blow out the flame and slowly walk around your space as the smoke arises. Remember to open a window or door to allow the negative energy to leave. Allow it to cool on a plate.

When to smudge

  • When moving into a new home.
  • After an argument or being around many people
  • When you want to cleanse the energy from a particular place or object.
  • When feeling depressed, anxious, or otherwise unusual
  • When needing to focus on energy or thoughts.
  • Before sleep to prevent nightmares.
  • When needing to relax in general.
  • In the morning to give thanks
  • Before a ceremony or ritual