Experience the Purifying Power of Salvia Apiana with White Sage Clusters Incense
Indulge in the highest quality Salvia apiana with our White Sage Clusters Incense. Our product is sourced directly from California, ensuring that you get the best quality Salvia apiana available. The fragrance of our White Sage Clusters Incense is so potent that our entire warehouse was filled with the aroma when this stock arrived. You will love the cleansing and purifying effect of our California White Sage Leaves & Clusters, which are a favorite for smudging and blessing.
Scientific Information on Salvia Apiana
Salvia apiana, also known as white sage, bee sage, or sacred sage, is an evergreen perennial shrub that is native to the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. It is mainly found in the coastal sage scrub habitat of Southern California and Baja California, on the western edges of the Mojave and Sonoran deserts. Salvia apiana is a shrub that can grow up to 1.5 meters tall and 1.3 meters wide. The whitish evergreen leaves of Salvia apiana contain oils and resins that release a strong aroma when rubbed. The flowers of Salvia apiana are very attractive to bees, which is why it is also known as bee sage. The flowers are white to pale lavender and several 1 to 1.3 meters flower stalks, sometimes pinkish colored, grow above the foliage in the spring.
Native American Names and Uses of Salvia Apiana
Salvia apiana has been widely used by Native American groups on the Pacific coast of the United States. The seed of Salvia apiana was a main ingredient of pinole, a staple food. The leaves and stems of Salvia apiana were eaten by the Chumash and other tribes. The seed of Salvia apiana was also used for removing foreign objects from the eye, similar to the way that Clary sage seeds were used in Europe. A tea from the roots of Salvia apiana was used by the Cahuilla women for healing and strength after childbirth. The leaves of Salvia apiana are burnt by many Native American tribes, with the smoke used in different purification rituals. Names for Salvia apiana in local Native American languages include qaashil (Luiseño), shlhtaay or pilhtaay (Kumeyaay), kasiile (Tongva), we’wey (Chumash), qas’ily (Cahuilla), shaltai (Paipai), and lhtaay (Cochimí).
Features of White Sage Clusters Incense
- High-quality Salvia apiana sourced directly from California
- Fragrant and potent aroma that fills the room
- Favorite for smudging and blessing
- Cleanses and purifies the environment
- Used in different purification rituals
Experience the purifying power of Salvia apiana with our White Sage Clusters Incense. Our product is perfect for those who want to cleanse and purify their environment, or for those who want to incorporate the purifying power of Salvia apiana into their spiritual practices. Order now from Wisdom of Plants Institute and experience the benefits of our White Sage Clusters Incense for yourself.