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Your rainbow rose sage bundle is specifically designed to clear and cleanse the 7 chakras (energy centers.) 


  • Getting rid of microorganisms in the air.

  • Insect repellent.

  • Intuition improvement

  • Purification of specific items.

  • Stress and anxiety are reduced, and mood improvement.

  • Purifies the surroundings: Antimicrobial properties are present in the most commonly utilised forms of sage. They keep infectious viruses, bacteria, and fungi at bay. Artemisia ludoviciana (white prairie sage) is antimicrobial and antibacterial. Salvia apiana (white sage) is also antibacterial. Both are insect repellent. Smudging has been based on the belief that burning sage clears off spiritual impurities, infections, and even insects.

  • Helps relieve symptoms of some diseases: It turns out that sage can assist with more than pests and bacteria in the air.

  • Burning sage is said to release negative ions, though this has not been experimentally confirmed.

  • It is thought to aid in the neutralization of positive ions.

  • Common positive ions, for example, are Allergens like:

    • Mould

    • Pet dander

    • Dust

    • Pollution


If you are not outdoors, open doors and windows.

  • Set a clear intention.

  • Use a lighter or matches to light the bundle from one end above an incense tray (use what you have: a bowl, an ashtray, etc.) 

  • If cleansing a space - visit all four corners of each room where negative energy can often get trapped. If cleansing an object, make sure to circle around the object and lift it to get the bottom. If cleansing a person, start at the bottom of their feet and make your way up their back. Go around the top of the head and down the front of their body. Do not forget to cleanse under the arms and between the legs. NOTE: You can use a feather or fan to navigate the smoke.

  • Repeat your intention or prayer while moving throughout the space.

  • Once you are finished, put out the bundle in the incense tray for future use.

  • When the smoke has dissipated, close the windows and doors. 


What is smudging?

  • A spiritual tool: Smudging has been done for centuries to connect to the spiritual realm or improve intuition. Healers and laypeople in ancient societies employed burning sage to achieve a healing state — or to solve or ponder spiritual problems. It could also be based on science. Certain types of sage, such as salvia sages and white prairie sage, contain thujone. Thujone is somewhat psychoactive, according to research. It is present in various plants employed in cultural and spiritual ceremonies to boost intuition.

  • Helps dispel negative energy: Smudging can also be performed as a ritual to purge negativity from yourself or your area. That can include past traumas, terrible experiences, or other people's negative energies. Choosing to participate in a ritual might start a mental shift. It could assist you in creating a favourable setting for meditation or another activity. Choosing to sit in such a ritual and letting go of negative ideas sets your intention and commitment to self-improvement.

  • Cleanses or empowers objects: The benefits of smudging are primarily due to the fragrant smoke produced by burning sage. This incense can be used to smudge yourself or specified areas. You can also smear certain things, according to some reports. It is appropriate for new purchases, gifts, and secondhand products. Anything, however, can be smeared. If you're concerned about a new or unfamiliar thing's negative past or energy, smudging might help you relax and make the object more sacred.

  • Improves mood and soothes stress: Smudging, according to tradition, can genuinely elevate one's spirits and eliminate negativity. Studies back this up. White prairie sage (also called estafiate) is an essential traditional treatment for treating anxiety, depression, and mood disorders in some cultures, according to a 2014 study. If burning sage can improve one's mood, it may also be an effective stress reliever. White sage (Salvia apiana) contains chemicals that activate specific receptors in the brain, according to a 2016 study conducted by the University of Mississippi. These receptors are responsible for elevating mood, reducing stress, and even reducing pain.

  • Improves sleep quality: Smudging has long been used to protect against negative energy that could disrupt sleep. According to some studies, sage has chemicals that may aid with insomnia. Garden sage (Salvia officinalis) is occasionally used in the same way as white sage. It has also been used to help people sleep better and relax.

  • Helps boost cognition: Smudging with sage may increase your memory and focus in addition to dispelling negative energy, improving mood, and strengthening intuition. According to a 2016 assessment of studies, evidence regarding Salvia's cognitive-enhancing advantages is promising, suggesting that we could use it to treat dementia and Alzheimer's disease. More research is still required.

  • Helps boost energy levels: Getting rid of negative energy from the body, items, and spaces will help you welcome newer, fresher, and more positive energies. It could, in some ways, be energising and aid with exhaustion.

  • Smudging is also done with sagelike plants closely related to white prairie sage. Antifatigue uses have been documented by many people.

  • Creates an uplifting fragrance: This may be the best of all benefits for some: Pure and simple, sage is a beautiful incense with a divine aroma. It also works well as an odour controller or air freshener without chemicals.

Palo Santo (Holy Wood) is one of the most fragrant woods in the world. Its sweet scent of pine, mint, and lemon has, for centuries, been a harbinger of healing and good fortune. Shamans, saints, and those seeking a stronger spiritual connection with the world use palo santo to protect, experience, and heal.


  • Spiritual purifying and energy cleansing. For centuries the indigenous people of the Andes have been using palo santo for spiritual purification and energy cleansing. When the wood is burned it’s believed to clear negative energy and restore tranquility and calm.

  • Inspiring creativity and bringing love and good fortune. The wood can help brighten energy and promote feelings of positivity and joy, reduce stress and anxiety, and enhance clarity and concentration.

  • Bringing deeper connection to the Divine Source. If meditation is the yin, palo santo is the yang. The uplifting scent is the perfect partner for your meditation practice. Raise your vibration, and discover peace and groundedness as you sink into a deeper connection to the Earth and your inner consciousness.

  • Physical healing. Palo santo is used to treat a wide variety of physical ailments including colds, flus, anxiety, depression, asthma, bronchitis, headaches, and emotional trauma. 

  • The enticing and clarifying palo santo scent. Can we wax on a bit here about the remarkable, lasting scent of a palo santo smudge? For our kitchens and bedrooms, vehicles and workspaces, the brightness of citrus, marked with the ancient notes of its natural heritage, bring a uniquely clarifying scent to every space. 

  • Energetic protection and the removal of negativity. When used for smudging or burning, palo santo can eliminate negative energy, creating a calmer, more tranquil space. 

  •  Mobility of use while in travel modes. Palo Santo sticks are graciously proportioned for spiritual seekers who spend ample time away from home. They are well-paired with car rides, hikes, and other travel experiences. People are known to cleanse their hotel rooms before sleep for a more peaceful, deepened rest.

  • Vibrational cleansing and renewal for crystals. Crystals do much of the heavy lifting in the work of drawing out negative energy. Like humans, crystals benefit from a ritualistic cleansing to maintain their best qualities.  Integrating a smudging practice every 2-3 days for your rose quartz, amethyst, jasper, citrine, or other crystal types, is a lovely way to keep your crystals primed for their true power.

  • Calming the mind and mental ailments.  Consider it aromatherapy; releasing a calming scent to the olfactory and limbic systems of the body and brain and in turn creating a sense of relaxation and calm to ease from symptoms of depression and anxiety.

  • Warding off unwelcome insects. Smudging provides the additional benefit of warding off mosquitoes in a natural, non-harmful way. Palo santo features volatile oils and aromatic resins that communicate a warning sign to pesky bugs, but without any harsh chemicals.


  • Set a clear intention.

  • Light over an ashtray or incense tray. 

  • Leave it burning in the tray or move stick around the space to smudge. 


Best time to smudge: Whenever you want is the best time to sage. Burning sage is an excellent technique to cleanse the previous owner's energy and set your goals for the place when you move into a new home or office. You can, however, sage your home whenever you feel drawn to do so, whether you're looking to reset your energies or simply unwind. It is also a good idea to sage after entertaining or having company around.

Frequency of smudging: When it comes to how often you should sage yourself or your area, there are no hard and fast rules. When detecting negative energy, we are our own greatest guides. Therefore trust your instincts. If you're feeling bogged down by tension or concern, it's usually a sign that you need to cleanse.

Native American Smudging Prayer: Smudging has profound origins in Native American culture and ritual, and it is an integral aspect of their culture and ceremony. We wanted to share this smudging prayer to acknowledge the holy nature of this event:

May your hands be cleansed, that they may create beautiful things.

May your feet be cleansed, that they may take you where you most need to be.

May your heart be cleansed, that you may hear its message clearly.

May your throat be cleansed, that you might speak rightly when words are needed. 

May your eyes be cleansed that you may see the signs and wonders of this world.

May this person and this space be washed clean by the smoke Of these fragrant plants.

And may that smoke carry our prayers, spiralling to heaven. 

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