A 24" long braid of Sweetgrass. Sustainably harvested.
Sweetgrass was scattered on the ground in front of churches on saints' days so that it's sweet aroma would be released when people walked inside. Native Americans use it as a smudging herb in sacred rituals for purification, driving out negativity, and as an offering to spirits and ancestors. Also known for its soothing, vanilla-like fragrance, which can be an aid to meditative practices. 24" long