For the past 5 years I’ve had a close relationship with the White Sage plant. Each time I use the White Sage flower essence with clients I am impressed by its ability to clear negativity. In the past few months I’ve deepened my relationship with this plant and started distilling the oil and hydrosol using a copper alembic distiller.
The process of essential oil distillation is fun and intense. Roughly 45 minutes into the distillation process I could feel a distinct energy shift. At first it felt a bolt of electricity pulsing and expanding through my field. Then I could feel the space become lighter and clearer. Upon completion of the distillation the room filled with a brightness and I felt amazing. It was truly a lovely experience.
White Sage Hydrosol
The White Sage hydrosol has a milky white appearance. Its scent is sweet, herbaceous, and slightly medicinal. Before adding it to the White Sage Spray I worked with it on its own and was very very pleased. The white sage hydrosol has an uplifting and expansive energy. I found it to be superb at removing dense energy. The hydrosol is the water component of the essential oil steam distillation process
I am beyond happy to be making the White Sage Spray with 3 alchemical components: the White Sage hydrosol, essential oil, and White Sage flower essence concentrate. The hydrosol adds a bouncy roundedness and sweet pleasant aroma to the White Sage Spray. The White Sage flower essence concentrate helps to ground this spray and the essential oil brings balance to its cleansing properties.
White sage has been an ally to the indigenous peoples of Southern California and Baja California for centuries. The plant is exuberant and thrives in the harsh conditions of drought and the intense sun of the region. I love the way the sun release the plants dry heady aroma in all seasons. Those familiar with smuding would enjoy this spray. This spray is concentrated so a little goes a long way.
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