Floral Beauty Wand - Myrtle Tamarisk Tulip Sweet Pea
Floral Beauty Wand - Myrtle Tamarisk Tulip Sweet Pea
Floral Beauty Wand - Myrtle Tamarisk Tulip Sweet Pea
Floral Beauty Wand - Myrtle Tamarisk Tulip Sweet Pea
Floral Beauty Wand - Myrtle Tamarisk Tulip Sweet Pea
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Floral Beauty Wand - Myrtle Tamarisk Tulip Sweet Pea

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This ritual smoke wand can either be burned for ritual purification of your sacred space or used as a decorative altar piece. It is made with alternative herbs to sage and palo santo, both of which are on the critical list for endangerment. As sage and palo santo are integral to native spiritual ceremonies, it is the duty of those outside of their traditions to make use of the multitude of other purification herbs for our rituals.

This ceremonial wand was designed specifically to be used during your sacred ceremonies & spells. Charged by the moon and blessed by the mage, these wands are spiritual power tools. It is made with alternative herbs to sage and palo santo, both of which are on the critical list for endangerment. As sage and palo santo are integral to native spiritual ceremonies, it is the duty of those outside of their traditions to make use of the multitude of other purification herbs for our rituals.

Ingredients and their properties are as follows:

Honey Myrtle/Myrtle - a symbol of love and an emblem of marriage, a flower of the gods, Fertility, Youth, Peace, Money, Water Magic, Sacred to Venus, Artemis, Aphrodite, Hathor, Astarte, Ashtoreth, Marian

Tulip - The tulip is often one of the first flowers to pop up in the spring, especially in April and May. They convey a message of hope and mark a fresh start. Because of their variety of colors and shape, tulips were probably one of the first flowers grown solely for their beauty. The tulip is often one of the first flowers to pop up in the spring, especially in April and May. They convey a message of hope and mark a fresh start. Because of their variety of colors and shape, tulips were probably one of the first flowers grown solely for their beauty.

Tamarisk (aka saltcedar) - Tamarisk trees commonly lined ancient Egyptian temple gardens.   Tamarisk (as an herb) may be used in as an ingredient or substitute for magick spells and formulas related to Saturn matters (endings, exorcism, longevity, protection, purification, and vision).

Sweet Pea - In some contexts, sweet peas represent chastity, strength and truth, due to its association with certain folklore and superstitions. Back in the day, the flower was worn for strength, as well as to reveal the truth. It was believed to be a good omen for brides in France.  A symbol of gratitude, loyalty, and often used as a memento to say goodbye/farewell.