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Sweet Grass Braid 26"

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Due to seasonality and low harvests, Sweetgrass is out of stock indefinitely.

These hand-gathered Sweetgrass braids are grown sustainably in their native Pacific Northwest. Also called Seneca grass, holy grass and vanilla grass, this very special herb’s sweet vanilla-like scent brings the blessing of Mother Earth’s love. Sweetgrass (Hierochloe odorate or Anthoxanthum nitens) is burned to remind us of the essence of the feminine and that the earth provides us with everything we need. The hand-braiding is done by a group of Elders.

Sweetgrass clears away energy and is used for spiritual ceremonies, cleansing space, and clearing away past energetic presence. We encourage you to use sweetgrass responsibly and with the intention to respect the energy and history of the plant.

Suggested Use: Use when energy is stagnant, and to access the divine feminine and Pachamama. It can also be used when energy needs to be cleared in the space or on yourself. Excellent to cleanse for rituals like divination as well as meditation, yoga, and other practices. Do not leave burning and unattended. Do not use sweetgrass irresponsibly, respect its history.

Size: 26 inches

Meet the maker: Wolf Walker Collection is a small women-owned business located in  New Mexico. All sacred herbs and oils are grown and harvested by Indigenous American members of the Taos Pueblo in New Mexico. They are a green business that practices sustainable harvesting practices and use only biodegradable or recyclable paper. With over 20 years of experience with healing medicine Wendy Whiteman, the founder of Wold Walker Collection published two books and continues to honor and respect the plant kingdom through responsible harvesting, fair trade and pay for her workers and through gratitude and intention.