Rowsie Vain Holy Hills Smudge Large
Yerba Santa combined with Rosemary, Lavender, and Chamomile to introduce a calming peacefulness within your self. If you’re in the midst of creating new habits and working on new ways of operating, thinking and living, rosemary smudge will help you to visualize, practice a craft or otherwise focus on the new.
Burn as incense or use the aromatic smoke throughout your space to bring in a sweet uplift, heart-opening energy. This transformation is evidence of the spirit within substances.
Yerba Santa is an earthy, woodsy feminine herb that creates a sense of beauty and calmness within your aura, senses and spaces. Traditionally used as a smudge or incense for protection and setting boundaries, Yerba Santa is also used for love, purification, growth, empowerment, beauty, and the release of stored emotional pain.
Burn it to nurture and protect that of which is sacred and wild within you. Use it when you need encouragement or courage. Yerba Santa can assist in setting healthy boundaries, to help you understand your needs, wants, values and limits. The properties of love and clarity that emit from the smoke will help you to honor and maintain your truths.
Holy Hills Smudge Bundles are intended to heighten the connectivity between the following:
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Handcrafted with what is locally & ethically available in our garden and wildly native to the Ojai Valley. Each bundle is beautifully unique and ethically wildcrafted with the most sacred of intentions, not one is the exact same as another.
Bundles measure between 6-8 inches in length with a generous offering, enough for several different ceremonies. Please burn responsibly. We recommend that you purchase an Abalone or Nobel Volute shell to catch the falling ashes during your ceremony.
Yerba Santa is an herb native to The Ojai Valley, Spanish for “holy weed” or “holy herb.” The leaves have historically been used by Native Americans to treat respiratory conditions including coughs, colds, tuberculosis, asthma, and chronic bronchitis. It is also used to relieve muscle spasms, fever and dry mouth. The Chumash Indians used it as a topical medication for wounds, insect bites, and broken bones, to relieve soreness and inflammation.
This species of shrub is used for re-vegetation of damaged or disturbed lands, strongly fire-adapted, sprouting after wildfire and developing a waxy film of flammable resins on its foliage. Since the 2017 Thomas Fire ripped through the Mountainous Ojai Valley, Yerba Santa has sprouted in abundance throughout the hills and is a force to be reckoned with.