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:
Cedar - Cedar is a powerful ingredient. Wands made from this wood are particularly great for cleansing and creating sacred spaces. Cedar is associated with power and longevity. Cedar can be used to attract love, and is best used when burnt or added to sachets and charms. When hung above a door it will repel negative energy and spirits. It can be used to aid in the summoning of spirits during rituals, invocations, and evocations. It will also aid in healing magic, can be burned to attract money, and to boost psychic abilities.
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
Rose - engenders self-love, brings luck, aids grief, heals heart, connects w goddess, makes magick more powerful
Carnation - ‘Dianthus Chlorophyllus’ The name 'dianthus' comes from Greek and translates to "heavenly flower" or "the flower of love". The pink carnation became the symbol of a mother's undying love. In the ancient times, the predominant colors of carnations were pink and peach.
Ranunculus/buttercups - happiness, love, prosperity, healing, charm, attraction, lighthearted energy, sweet, speaks to your inner child to heal, radiates in the heart and sacral chakras
Anemones - protection against evil and ill wishes, the arrival of first spring winds, protection against illness, anticipation and excitement for future endeavors
Statice flower - symbolizes fond memories, success, and sympathy. Suitable for a wide range of celebrations as well as considered an herb useful in treating respiratory illnesses
Matsumoto Aster - native to Eastern Asia; categorized under the genus Callistephus, which comes from the Greek word that means “beautiful crown”. When burnt, the odor emitted by the asters is known to ward off serpents. Purple asters symbolize wisdom and royalty and are the most popular color. Asters in general bring love, daintiness, variety, and elegance to any magickal spell.
Iris - symbolizes faith, courage, admiration, hope, and wisdom; dark blue and purple denote royalty and can be used to summon goddesses