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The four sacred herbs in many native practices are sage, sweet grass, cedar, and tobacco. There's a lot of different ways that I've heard them explained or the particulars of how to use them, but this is how I was taught:

Tobacco is considered and opening to Spirit, the burning of ceremonial tobacco would take your prayers skyward.
Sage is for cleansing of an area. You will often smell sage during a Powwow as they have cleaned their area.
Cedar is for bringing good as well as keeping what isn't wanted away. Same idea as leaving cedar in a clothing chest to keep the moths away but also bringing that happy lovely scent.
Sweet Grass is for cleansing of emotional stress and bringing soothing energy.

So in this tiny bottle, there is a pinch of each of these four herbs for you to carry around your neck. It's very similar to my other medicine bottle listing, but this one has an added throw of protection with a rose petal and rose thorn.

The cork is not permanently sealed so you can place something of personal significance in there if you so desire.

The cord is of leather and of adjustable length so you can wear it high closer to your throat chakra, or down lower so it can rest near your heart.

Reserved for Anipop: Medicine Bottle Necklace 2, herbal healing necklace with native american herbs, add Rose for protection


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Sage, Sweet Grass, Tobacco, Cedar, Rose Petal, Rose Thorn, Curio Bottle, Leather, Wooden beads
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 19 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people