Native American Indian cultures traditionally used smudge sticks in spiritual ceremonial practices. The burning of smudge sticks is called smudging. Smudging is used to cleanse a person, place or objects of negative energies, spirits or influences. Legend has it that negative energies attached themselves to the smoke and leave, making way for good and helpful spirit. The burning of sage with positive intent- verbally or mentally, can be done as often as you like to purify your surroundings at home or work.
The sage is organically grown without artificial spray or fertilisers. The smudge stick should be ignited at one end and gently blow to the ember until it starts to smoulder.
Sage neutralises the positive charge and releases large amounts of negative ions into the atmosphere; just as a waterfall or running water, emits the same thing. The smoke from the sage meets the positive ions, clings to them and neutralises them out of our aura, or from the room or house where you live or work.