Sage Ash

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Witchery Wednesday

One of the signs that you might be a little witchy is that you tend to save everything.  It’s not hoarding if it’s useful, right?  And when it comes to spellwork, everything can be useful.  If your pockets are currently full of bits of stray string and your shelves full of glass jars (that may or may not actually contain cobwebs on purpose) then you know what we’re talking about.  But here’s something you’re probably not saving that you should be.

Burning white sage, whether as a smudge stick or loose, is almost a witchy right of passage.  Some people will insist that you should discard of any loose sage or sage ash that is “used up” after burning so as to avoid “contamination”.  But we disagree.  Sage ash is incredibly useful, and should not be wasted.

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How to do it?  If you are using a smudge stick, roll…

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