The Bluest Light

Sage Wand | Fire Element


Element Blend | White Sage, Rosemary, Cleansed with Selenite

Manifest, Create, Fire Energy to Release

Wand Length: varies 4" - 6" 

A sacred ritual tool used for manifesting + creating, the Fire Element Sage Wand uses white sage and rosemary for the activating base. The wand releases a strong, steady, burn needed for ritual practice.

Harnessing clearing and cleansing energy dates back thousands of years in European cultures. In ancient Greece, "smudging" was included in rituals to contact the dead after periods of silence + fasting. For Danish traditions, every dark corner of the entire house was "smoked" after long, cold winters and many parts of England practiced burning herbs in their homes. In some Native American cultures, "smudging" is a sacred practice, used in ceremony and spiritual healing. 

Our hand-crafted burn wands are sourced with intention, with many of the ingredients grown by our families. Other elements, such as white sage, are sustainably grown from local, family-owned farms. 

White sage has been used for centuries to purify and cleanse, is activated for healing + bringing in abundance. It has both antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.

Our Air Element sage wand provides a thoughtful blend of elements for maximum benefit. When lit, the magical aspects of each herb are released into the air.

To experience the Fire Element Sage Wand:

We recommend to light a candle, then use the flame to ignite your element wand. To use, light the end of the wand for a few seconds until it begins to glow, then blow it out completely releasing the herbal smoke into the ether. Using the wand, wave it in a circle around your aura and space. Make sure to open a window or encourage airflow to remove the stagnant energy. 

Always use caution when using fire and burning sage wands. Only use with fireproof containers. When finished using the saging tool make sure the flame is completely extinguished. Only use in well-ventilated areas. Store only in fireproof containers when done using. 


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