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Sacred Woods Balm

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$11.11
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Purification. Protection. Ceremony.

Sacred Woods can be used for: devotional practice. unification. energetic cleansing. grounding, removing negative energy, attracting positive energy, in ceremony and sacred spaces, for meditation, for purification, and protection.

Sacred Woods is a combination of red cedar wood harvested from my family's ancestral cemetery in rural Tennessee, locally harvested white cedar leaf, and sandalwood chips steeped in olive oil and infused with beeswax to create a balm.

The Cedar tree is surrounded by lore going back to the beginning of time as a sacred tree. Cedar has been named the Tree of Life in Norse and Celtic folklore, is considered by Indigenous North Americans as one of the four sacred medicines, and has deep connections with the Greek Goddess Persephone. The Egyptians used its wood to build the doors of their temples. King Solomon used Cedar in the building of the temple in Jerusalem. A truly majestic tree, cedar has expressed great spiritual power for centuries.

Sandalwood has been used for thousands of years in a ritual context throughout Asia, the Middle East, and India. Sandalwood is commonly used in home and temple around the world to direct one’s attention toward the divine realm. Sandalwood is believed to be the most pleasing and sacred scent to the gods.

2oz tin

Ingredients: red cedar wood, white cedar leaf, red sandalwood chips, extra virgin olive oil, beeswax.

It is advised pregnant people avoid the use of cedarwood oil. Pregnant people should consult their doctors before using any herbal products.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Individuals that are pregnant should consult their care provider before using any herbal remedy.

Taking herbal medicine is a personal choice and we assume no liability in any decisions you make regarding your healthcare or products you take.

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