Size 9"L x 2"W
Smudging, or other rites involving the burning of sacred herbs (e.g., white sage) or resins, is a ceremony practiced by some Indigenous peoples of the Americas and bears some resemblance to other rituals involving smoke (e.g., smoking ceremony, saining). In some cases the ceremony is for spiritual cleansing or blessing, but the purposes and particulars of the ceremonies, and the substances used, can vary widely between tribes, bands and nations. The rite of smudging has been appropriated by others outside of the Indigenous community as part of New Age or commercial practices.
Warning:Do not leave Sage burning in dish at any time.