Cedar Stick (Ontario)
Cedar is a plant often burned in cleansing ceremonies, especially in the Pacific Northwest or Canada. Choose a natural container to hold it in, or bundle the herb into a bunch. Clay or stone bowls are commonly used in smudging rituals. Abalone shells are another common container. If you want to use a feather, it is said to pick an eagle, hawk, or turkey feather. Many people use a feather or fan of feathers to waft the smoke during a smudging ceremony. Different cultures have different rules for how to participate in smudging ceremonies.
Locally grown in Woodstock Ontario.
All plants are Non-GMO and organic with no use of herbicides or pesticides.