Sage - White Ceremonial

White sage is a flowering perennial that is native to the Southwest U.S. Its tall woody stems and tiny white flowers love dry, arid slopes with lots of sun, and flourish in the rocky heights of the southwestern canyons. The aromatic herb has been used for centuries as incense and in smudge pots for ceremonial use thus its common name of white ceremonial sage. According to Native American remedies, white sage was brewed to relieve pain after childbirth and was inhaled in many purification rituals.