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Cedar & Chakra Organic Smudge Stick

Cedar & Chakra Organic Smudge Stick

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This 7 Chakra Cedar Stick features rainbow rose petals, with each of the seven colours addressing one of the seven main chakras. This rainbow stick is a powerful cleansing tool to clear negative energy from your mind, body, spirit and space, as well as a chakra healing tool that balances and aligns your chakras. Use this unique energy tool for a two-in-one healing session before or after your crystal rituals, or as a stand-alone practice.

This organic pesticide/herbicide-free white sage is sustainably grown and processed in Ontario, Canada. This sage is not as tightly bundled as most people are accustomed to; this allows for quicker burning. Sold individually | Approx. 6 Inches 

What is a Chakra
★ Chakra's a complex and ancient energy system that originated in India. Chakra (cakra in Sanskrit) means “wheel” and refers to energy points in your body. They are thought to be spinning disks of energy that should stay “open” and aligned, as they correspond to bundles of nerves, major organs, and areas of our energetic body that affect our emotional and physical well-being.

★ Some say there are 114 different chakras, but there are seven main chakras that run along your spine. These are the chakras that most of us are referring to when we talk about them.

★ Each of these seven main chakras has a corresponding number, name, colour, specific area of the spine from the sacrum to the crown of the head, and health focus.

What is Smudging?
★ Smudging is a cultural ceremony practiced by a wide variety of Indigenous people in Canada and other parts of the world. Smudging is the practice of burning various medicinal plants to cleanse ourselves and connect us with our spirit.

★ It may also be used to cleanse, purify, and bless the part of our mother earth. For example, we may smudge around our homes to purify or bless special objects like ceremonial objects or totems, such as jewelry, or clothing. When you smudge your home, start from the left side of the walls, windows, doorways, and corners of the room and open the window and door to let negative energies out.

★ Sage is most often used in smudging ceremonies. However, traditional teachers and knowledge keepers from various Indigenous Nations will have more specific teachings that go with each medicine. 

How to smudge or cleanse yourself: Step By Step

  1. Draw the smoke over your head then to your eyes so that you may be able to see the truth around us, the beauty of our mother earth, and the gifts given to us by our Creator.
  2. Draw the smoke over your ears to cleanse them so they will be open to the request of assistance from others, hear only the good things and allow the bad to bounce off and hear the music of life which surrounds us.
  3. Draw the smoke to cleanse your mouth so that all we speak will be truthful, speak in a way that will empower positive, caring, and kind words that are full of thanksgiving for our Creator.
  4. Draw smoke down the front of your body and to the back then to your heart.
  5. Draw smoke to cleanse your heart so that your heart will feel the love the Creator intended for others so you can grow with harmony and balance. To be good and pure, be open to showing compassion, gentleness and caring for others.
  6. Draw smoke to cleanse our feet so that our feet will seek to walk gently and respectfully upon Mother Earth.

Exercise caution with the placement, handling, and disposal of the used wand. Always extinguish the smudge wand completely. Do not leave the burning stick unattended. Keep out of reach of children. Not intended for human consumption. 

Care Instructions

For Body & Bath products:
The products we carry typically have a 6 -12 month shelf-life once opened. Please read the labels to know the longevity of your product for optimal use. It's always best to store products out direct sunlight or heat. Cool and dry enivornments are always best!

If you need any more information or ingredient information kindly email us at info@thegvcollective and we'd love to help!

For Plated Jewelry:
How to care for your plated jewlery to prevent tarnishing

The fastest way to tarnish your jewelry is by contact with moisture and liquids. This includes putting on lotions, washing your hands, perfume, and sweating with your jewels on. Even the oils on your skin can wear down the plating and metals over time - and this will again vary from person to person. Get your jewels wet by accident? Be sure to wipe and dry them off right away.

Because exposure to the simplest things like the moisture in the air can wear down your jewels, it's important to store them properly.

Take it up a level by storing your jewels in a plastic bag - but you'll want to make sure you get rid of as much air as possible before sealing it. With the air removed, the metal won't be able to oxidize from the air.

Super keen on keeping your favorite pieces in tip top shape? Get some 3M anti-tarnish strips. These super absorbent pieces of paper will basically suck all of the culprits in the surrounding air that will cause your jewelry to tarnish over time. Stick one in your jewelry drawer, jewelry box or storage pouch. 

Treat your jewelry with love and care, and they'll keep up with you for a long time!

For cotton apparel or tote bags:
To prevent shrinking and wrinkling, always wash 100% cotton in cold water using a gentle cycle. And let the clothes dry naturally by hanging them on a clothing line outside or laying them down on a towel in the laundry room. Warm or hot water can melt fibers and dyes and also damage fabrics so please keep this in mind while taking care of your items!

For cotton hats:
Dampen a soft toothbrush or a cloth in warm water and gently rub it on spots that need a clean. Never machine wash as this will damage the brim of the hat.


Where do you ship?
- We ship within Canada and worldwide to most countries.
- Shipping time might vary depending on location, shipment method and other factors.
- Shipping options will be shown at checkout for your choice of shipment method.

What is your processing time?
All orders are typically processed within two (2) to three (3) business days. Orders are not shipped or delivered on weekends or holidays.
Please refer to Canada Post working hours schedule for more information.

If we are experiencing a high volume of orders, shipments may be delayed. Please allow additional days in transit for delivery. If we expect a significant delay to ship your order, we will contact you via the email or telephone number that you provided us.

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We do not accept returns or exchanges. All sales are final.

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