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  • Mugwort Smudge Sticks

    Known as Artemisia Vulagaris, Mugwort is named after the lunar goddess, Artemis, so it’s no wonder why this herb has such a celestial effect on our dreams. Mugwort is most popular as a smudging herb due to its subtle, herbaceous, and earthy scents. In the herbal community, it’s sometimes referenced as “dream weed” for its ability to alter your dream state. To bring about prophecy and divinatory success, make incense of mugwort to burn at your workspace or around the area in which you are performing divination rituals. Mugwort was also used in Anglo-Saxon Britain to cure people who had fallen victim to “elf-shot,” which appears to be a catch-all term used to apply to people who had become sick at the hands of evil spiritual entities. Our smudging sticks can be used in your home and are safe to lightly burn to enhance intuition and creativity. Mugwort is certainly ideal for those who are interested in tapping deeper into their metaphysical powers and awakening one's third eye.  ELEMENTS: Similar to the earthy scents of cannabis, Mugwort's main notes are bittersweet with strong shades of rosemary and musk. DIRECTIONS: Hold the smudge stick at a 45-degree angle when lighting. Let it burn and then gently blow the end of the stick so you see the orange embers light up. Once the ritual is complete, extinguish the stick in the sand. INGREDIENTS/USE: 100% Pure Mugwort CAUTION: Fire hazards may occur. Never leave lit Bay Leaf unattended. Keep away from flammable properties. Use responsibly at your own risk.  These products are not intended to be drugs that diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or condition. These products have not been approved by the FDA and the statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.