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White Sage Products

White Sage Products

White Sage and the Sage family of plants has many mysterious associations around the world as a plant that can benefit us in multifarious ways. Indigo Herbs has acquired an untainted Californian White Sage leaf incense for traditional use in cleansing either ourselves or an environment. This incense can be used, other than just to create a nice aroma, in the traditional Native American ritual of ‘smudging’.

The Native Americans used White Sage as a flavouring in their food, as a medicinal plant and to make ‘smudge sticks’. To make a smudge stick Sage leaves were bundled together, tied into a thick stick of leaves and then burned. The stick would then be carried around the desired environment to cleanse and purify negative energies and pollutants that couldn’t be seen by the eye. The action of the thick white smoke filling a room or person would clasp hold of stagnant energy and when the smoke vanished from sight, so would the monovalent spirit or unwanted feeling. In this way the process has been used by tribes of Native Americans for centuries. Salvia apiana, the Latin name for White Sage, comes from the Latin root ‘salvare’, which means “to heal”, giving greater meaning to the idea of sage as a medicinal and cleansing plant.

This evergreen perennial can grow up to 5 foot in height and has very distinctive large wide soft succulent light grey leaves. The plant flowers in summer and bloom on spears of floral clusters. Flowers can change from white to a light pink/purple. The plant is generally native to the south western United States and north western Mexico but is now grown commonly all over the world where the winters do not become too hostile.

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White Sage Incense (Loose Leaf) 25g
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Latin Name: Salvia apiana

  • Origin: California
  • Scent: Herby, green, woody and fire hearth.
  • 100% pure Botanical ingredients.
  • Action: cleansing and purification
  • Tradition: Native American Indian
  • Pure Botanical resin to be burnt on a charcoal disk, to produce an aromatic smoke.
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Indigo Herbs White Sage Loose Leaf Incense is a premium quality incense that can be used for cleansing out negative energy to leave your environment fresh. Sage is a traditional medicine plant of the Native American peoples, used for healing, ceremony, cleansing, and purification. It is thought to banish negative energy, not only on the physical level, but also emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

At Indigo Herbs we are passionate about premium quality botanicals. Explore the tabs on this page to find out more about the quality, manufacture and suggested use of this incense. At Indigo Herbs we are committed to empowering optimum health and nutrition and assisting you to take responsibility for your own health and wellbeing, by having access to many of natures healing botanicals.

Natural incense resins are simple and easy to use. The resins, dried leaves and woods need to be burnt to release their aromatic smoke. This smoke is a 100% pure and a great natural way to perfume a room. The resin is burnt on small charcoal disks, the disks need to be set in a heat resistant container for safety purposes. We recommend a purpose made incense burner that is made from brass.

The charcoal disk is lit and as it smoulders and turns grey the natural incense resins can be added. Additional incense can be added until the charcoal has burnt down. This incense experience is aromatic, heady and sensual. Why not bring out your inner perfume maker and enjoy blending different resins together to create the ideal aroma for an occasion. For full instructions go to our How to blend and use Incense page.

1. Take a lighter or match to a Charcoal disk, and when it is fully alight then set it safely into a charcoal disk holder, or heat resistant receptacle.

2. When the charcoal disk has turned grey and ash like, then add a couple of tears of plant resin, powder, bark or chips.

3. This plant matter will begin to smolder and release an aromatic smoke.

4. Set the lid on the charcoal burner, and enjoy the sensual experience of the aroma pervading the room.

5. Add more incense when required. 

  • Produced to GMP standards.
  • Quality Assured by Indigo Herbs.
  • 100% pure botanical ingredients, absolutely nothing added.

Manufacture Process

These whole leaves have been plucked from mature white sage plants for use as incense. They have been dried out of direct sunlight and sorted through so that only the best leaves are used. After final inspection the leaves are bagged up and made ready for shipping. 

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5 out of 5by Louise Black-Hartman
28 August 2018
A beautiful clean incense.
5 out of 5by Jamie Holmes
10 December 2016
Like being on the Great Plains and Lakes.
5 out of 5by Ann Beirne
11 September 2016
great just what I expected
5 out of 5by Giovanna Pelusi
7 August 2016
excellent quality white sage, prompt delivery.
5 out of 5by MARIANA ASENSIO ROMAGUERA
26 July 2016
great! fast and easy! Thanks. Good product
5 out of 5by vicky henderson
1 July 2016
I was very impressed by the quality of the product and also the quickness of the delivery. All in all an excellent product. I will certainly be using Indigo Herbs again and would recommend them.
5 out of 5by Lynne Watson
1 June 2016
I gave it full marks....looks great but I haven't used it yet!
5 out of 5by Aleksandra
19 April 2016
Very good condition and quality
5 out of 5by Lynn Brown
29 February 2016
Excellant product would recommend.
5 out of 5by Greta
28 August 2015
Great quality, and increasing good health and vitality.
White Sage Smudge Stick 100g
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Latin Name: Salvia apiana

  • Light, Clean and Herbaceous Scented White Sage Wand
  • Traditonally used for Clearing and Purifying 
  • Widely associated with Native American Indians
  • Produces an Aromatic Smoke that is said to Clear Negative Energy
  • 100% Pure Botanical Ingredients - Absolutely Nothing Added
  •  Typically 9.4 inches long
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White Sage Smudge Sticks from Indigo Herbs are made from high quality White Sage plants that are grown specifically for the use of incense. Smudging is most associated with the Native American Indians who used White Sage to clear negative energy and to purify and cleanse. With a clean, herbaceous and woody scent, sage wands can be used to clear the home or workspace of stagnant energy.  

At Indigo Herbs we are passionate about premium quality botanicals. Explore the tabs on this page to find out more about the quality, manufacture and suggested use of this White Sage Smudge Stick. At Indigo Herbs we are committed to empowering optimum health and nutrition and assisting you to take responsibility for your own health and wellbeing, by having access to many of natures healing botanicals.

Also known as: White Sage

Natural incense resins are simple and easy to use. The resins, dried leaves and woods need to be burnt to release their aromatic smoke. This smoke is a 100% pure and a great natural way to perfume a room. The resin is burnt on small charcoal disks, the disks need to be set in a heat resistant container for safety purposes. We recommend a purpose made incense burner that is made from brass.

The charcoal disk is lit and as it smoulders and turns grey the natural incense resins can be added. Additional incense can be added until the charcoal has burnt down. This incense experience is aromatic, heady and sensual. Why not bring out your inner perfume maker and enjoy blending different resins together to create the ideal aroma for an occasion. For full instructions go to our How to blend and use Incense page.

Place the White Sage Smudge Stick on a heat-proof burning surface such as an abolone shell. Light the wand by holding a flame to it until it begins to smoke. Shake the wand gently if it catches light until it is just producing a fragrant smoke. Once there is a nice smoke going, use your hand or a feather to waft the incense around the areas you wish to purify. 

Our White Sage Wand is produced from plants that have been specifically grown for the use of incense. Once harvested, the stalks and leaves are bundled together and bound with string. The "smudge sticks" are then placed on a drying screen for 7 - 10 days until they are completely dried out.

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