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Balance your Root Chakra and purify your basic intentions with your own smudging ritual at-home!


Our complete Smudge Essentials kit is focused on restoring the precious energy of the first chakra; the Muladhara, or Root Chakra, is the starting point for our development and grounds us in our experiences. The vital life force energy of this chakra begins at conception and continues with life force energy


Begin your own personal ceremony by pouring your intentions into our red ceramic smudge bowl, then use the matching mini lighter to ignite your smudging wand. As you slowly burn the fragrant cedarwood and begin to see and smell the swirls around you, visualize your goals clearly and picture everything else leaving your reality, carried away by the smoke.


Red cedar wood is used for natural healing to attract good spirits and repel negative energy. Set your intentions and start manifesting!



1 Root Chakra Heart smudge bowl

5 red Cedarwood wands

1 red mini lighter

1 glass storage tube

Smudge Essentials

C$24.00 Regular Price
C$19.00Sale Price
Chakra: ROOT
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  • Smudging is traditionally a ritual used to purify or cleanse negative thoughts or energy from one's soul or space. It can be used for energetic restoration and healing on both our emotional and physical planes. A person can smudge themselves, or, someone can lead a smudge by holding the container and directing the smoke over others or into a general space.

    Smudging consists of igniting plant leaves or stems that are then placed in a designated container. Next, the flames are then gently blown out and the smoke is wafted over the person, either by hand or with a feather. The person being smudged pulls the smoke to them and gently inhales the smoke, which heals the mind, heart and body. 

    Smudging includes 4 essential components to balance the elements of earth, water, fire and air.

    Earth - the wooden wand or herbal bundle burned represents the earth element

    Water - the container used in smudging represents the water element

    Fire - used to burn the wood or herbs

    Air - the smoke produced from your smudge stick represents air 

    Afterward, the ashes are traditionally returned to the earth (emptied into bare soil);  it is believed that the negative thoughts and feelings have been absorbed by the ashes and cleared from the physical body.

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