Blue sage is often known as Grandmother Sage. This purifying herb has great Medicinal and magic applications. The Sage provides spiritual strength and is sometimes used in Exorcism rituals to remove malevolent spirits. AKA Azure Sage and Pitcher Sage.
Blue Sage is widely used for cleansing and purification purposes, it provides spiritual strength, and sometimes it is used during exorcism rituals to remove the malevolent spirits.
Blue Sage is a hardy bush found in the Southwest's deserts, named for its abundant blue flowers, but the leaves have a blue-ish cast as well. Its thin leaves have a fragrance that is both herbaceous and floral, similar to Lavender.
A close relative of White Sage, Blue Sage is good for healing and cleansing rituals. Its soothing, relaxing smell is used to aid meditation or burned for enjoyment. Not as intense as White Sage, it is more agreeable to some folks that find White Sage to be overpowering and pungent.
Using Sage to cleanse a home is deeply rooted in Native American history. They used it for many purposes, including healing, energy cleansing, removing negative energy, and ritual ceremonies. Historically, Shamans have used Sage to clean ill people to bring them back from negative spaces where their bodies and soul reside.
Today, Native Americans use it in sage cleansing ceremonies for seeking balance and pure thoughts.