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This is some of the finest and most aromatic sage available on the market today. It has a wonderful fragrance that is not overwhelming. It is all hand-picked in the traditional way, leaving offerings of tobacco before gathering it.

This type of sage is/can be used for many purposes. It is used in Inipi ceremonies,used for smudging yourself and/or your Sacred items, used in the Sundance ceremony for many things including covering/cleansing the wounds. This sage is used in nearly every Native American ceremony. It can be used to "settle down" the spirits in a place where there is more activity than what you are comfortable with. It is also used as a "plug" in Sacred Pipes when they are not in use. (This is the type of sage you see in our pipe bowls that are available for purchase on the website) Many Native Americans use this sage every day to smudge and get the day started off right.

It is available in 1/2 LB bundles and 1 LB bundles.

Just a note on shipping. Our software only allows us to charge separately for each individual item ordered. If you are ordering multiple items, the shipping charge may seem high when you check out. Be assured that we DO combine shipping when customers order multiple items and you will be issued a refund, to the card you use to make your purchase. If you would like an accurate shipping quote before placing your order, you can contact us prior to placing it. You can also call us at (605)413-9954 and place your order over the phone. If it's done this way, you will get charged the correct amount at the time of purchase.

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