Smudging is the burning of herbs as a spiritual practice. An herbalist and educator, Harvest McCampbell explains and illustrates this integral part of traditional Native American life that she began learning about from her Iroquois Onondaga Oswegatchie grandmother.
Learn how to make smudge sticks and identify, collect, and grow a wide range of sacred plants for smudging.
- Balsam Fir / Bayberry / California Bay / Cedar / Desert Sage / Epazote / Fennel / Hemlock / Juniper
- Mint / Mugwort / Mullein / Pine / Spruce / Sweet Grass / Uva Ursi / Wild Tobacco / Yerba Santa
- Gum / Resin / Root & Sap
Discover how to reclaim your own traditions and find your personal healing rituals. Includes sources to purchase herbs and reference materials.
Includes Information on:
- buying herbs for smudge
- sources of smudge herbs
- internet sources for more information on smudge herbs
Author: Harvest McCampbell