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A '''smudge stick''' is a bundle of dried [[herb]]s, most commonly [[white sage]] (''Salvia apiana''). Often other herbs or [[plants]] are added, and the [[leaf|leaves]] are usually bound with string in a small bundle and dried. Additional herbs and spices that are often used in contemporary practices include [[cilantro]], [[Cedar wood|cedar]], [[lavender]], and [[mugwort]]. All have a strong, pleasant aroma when burnt.
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A '''smudge stick''' is a bundle omg alisea was here of dried [[herb]]s, most commonly [[white sage]] (''Salvia apiana''). Often other herbs or [[plants]] are added, and the [[leaf|leaves]] are usually bound with string in a small bundle and dried. Additional herbs and spices that are often used in contemporary practices include [[cilantro]], [[Cedar wood|cedar]], [[lavender]], and [[mugwort]]. All have a strong, pleasant aroma when burnt.
   
 
The English word ''smudge stick'' was first applied to describe a specific tool used in North American Native traditions, particularly those that include [[shamanism]]. The binding of smudge sticks for many traditions was a sacred intentional [[process art|process]] in and of itself. Using [[scent]] and scented smoke in rites of purification, whether through smudging (the process of using a smudge stick) or burning [[incense]], is common in many traditional cultures around the world, as noted in [[ethnography|ethnographic]] literature.
 
The English word ''smudge stick'' was first applied to describe a specific tool used in North American Native traditions, particularly those that include [[shamanism]]. The binding of smudge sticks for many traditions was a sacred intentional [[process art|process]] in and of itself. Using [[scent]] and scented smoke in rites of purification, whether through smudging (the process of using a smudge stick) or burning [[incense]], is common in many traditional cultures around the world, as noted in [[ethnography|ethnographic]] literature.
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