Hopi Blue Corn – Ceremonial Herb as Offering to Spirit


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Ceremonial Herb as Offering to Spirit

Hopi Blue Corn has been traditionally used as an offering to the spirits. To burn it, simply crush it in a mortar and pestle then place the powder over a charcoal tablet disc.

Sold in 1 ounce bag

How to use it

To be used in charcoal burners, or in a heatproof holder. It is also advised to be sure the burner or holder you use is atop something that can handle heat as the holder will get hot as well.  Some find that adding earth or sand can help shield the strong heat.

This product is best burnt on charcoal tablet discs. Once the charcoal is lit you can spoon or sprinkle the herb, resin, or powder on in small amounts.  The heat from the charcoal causes the herb to slowly burn thus producing the desired smoke without a flame.

Keep burning incense out of the reach of children and pets, and never leave unattended.

Some people like to disperse the smoke with the help of a Smudging Feather Wand. This can symbolize the prayer or intention traveling with the smoke on the wings of feathers to the Great Spirit. Create and Design your own Smudging Feather Wand with us.


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