DIY Herbal Home: 12 Fresh-Smelling Recipes & Projects - WebEcoist
Bring the scent of spring into your home in 12 different ways using fresh flowers and herbs. These simple DIY projects range from lavender linen spray and handmade sage smudge sticks to delicious-smelling herbal room scents and rose petal drawer sachets. Lavender Linen Spray The calming, relaxing scent of lavender
Walk out a the front or back door, close it, and smudge around the door and door frame. Leave the bundle (safely) outside to burn itself out, and then bury it in your back yard. 9. Stay outside for a short while. Let the energies of the house reboot themselves and work. After about 5 minutes go back into the house and that is it done
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There are specific herbs that have used for a very long time, that have the impact of deflecting and transforming negative energies. This is largely the basis of many therapeutic essential oils. Here are 12 excellent herbs at deflecting negative energy. Find out what they are!
Gifts from the Garden: Homegrown Herb Bundles
Herbal bundles are tightly bound rolls of dried woody, resinous herbs, that are slowly burned as a way to purify and cleanse the air. The roots of burning an herbal bundle, or smudging, is in indig…
What is Smudging - How to Smudge
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