Sage Smudging is one of the most traditional and common ways to clear and bless a space or an object. Smudging is simple and direct: Just light the sage bundle, blow it out so it smolders, and walk around the room or house, fanning the smoke. This works for most home clearing needs.
A New Smudging Alternative
Sometimes people ask if there is an alternative, either because they do not like the scent or because they don’t like smoke or because they’ve tried smudging with sage and it isn’t as effective in their space. Of course, we offer smokeless smudge spray for those who can’t do a smokey smudge. Our spray is a blend of sage, cedar and sweetgrass oils to provide energy clearing in places where smoke can’t go.
Palo Santo (Holy Wood) is what we have traditionally offered as an alternative traditional smoke. Palo Santo wood is the blessing wood traditionally used in South American Native Cultures.
Now we add a third option, Sahumerio, which includes Palo Santo as its main ingredient. It also adds more herbs in a mix of plants which is used in Peru by Shamans for house clearings. It is a powerful purifying blend drawing from multiple cultures. We’ll detail the historical use of each ingredient here, in case you want to mix your own.
This is a blend of herbs and woods which can be burned on a small charcoal tablet in a heat safe dish and used to smudge an area, person or an object.
What is Sahumerio?
Sahumerio literally means perfuming with incense. This Sahumerio mixture is the combination of Palo Santo, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Alucema (Lavender) and Myrrh. This incense mix is traditionally used by shamans in Peru to do ceremonies for purify houses and take out the bad energy. Creates a protective boundary, as well. [Read more…] about Sahumerio Shaman Incense Blend