White sage, also known as Salvia apiana, is a sacred herb that has been used by Native American for centuries to cleanse and purify a space, person or object.
Burning white sage is their traditional practice, which involves lighting the end of a bundle of dried white sage leaves and allowing the smoke to waft through a room, over a person or object, or around an area. In addition to space cleansing, white sage burning can also be used to cleanse crystals and other objects. By passing the object through the smoke, its negative energy and any other energy attachment is removed.
This practice is often used as a ritual before meditation, prayer, or other spiritual practices, and is also used in alternative medicine and aromatherapy.
Overall, burning white sage is a simple yet powerful way to promote a sense of peace and well-being in your environment, and can be used as a tool for spiritual, emotional, and physical healing.
Differences between Palo Santo wood and White Sage
While Palo Santo cleanses away negative energy and bring in positive energy, White Sage can remove all kinds of energy including both negative and positive energy, energy attachment, and crystal’s programming. Thus, for crystal cleansing, we recommend using Palo Santo for daily cleansing, while using White Sage every 1 or 2 weeks and follow by Palo Santo again to bring back positive energy.
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Q: How many White Sage I need to burn each time?
A: We can't give an exact estimation of how many White Sage to burn each time as it depends on the amount of negative energy our crystals absorb, and how often you cleanse them. Same for space cleansing.