White Sage (Salvia Apiana) is native to California and has been used for centuries by Native Americans as an incense used during purification ceremonies and prayers. White Sage is therefore called Indian frankincense. White sage is a strong cleanser. It opens the heart energy.
Sage is used in Native American ceremonies because of its purifying power in cleansing the aura and the environment. It removes heavy energies. Burning sage are also provided, mind and soul clean. Open a window when staining indoors so that the energy can flow away. Sage stimulates visions and dreams. The leaves of the white sage are known for their unique fragrance.
Statice sinuata, commonly known as sea lavender. It is a Mediterranean plant species in the Plumbaginaceae family known for its papery flowers that can be used in dried arrangements. The flowers are present in short, papery racemes in colors ranging from white to pink, purple and yellow.
Verbascum Mullein (Verbascum) is a genus of the figwort family (Scrophulariaceae). The genus has about 250 species, which occur naturally in Europe and Asia. The genus is particularly represented in the Mediterranean region. The flowers of the plant were used to promote coughing for respiratory problems.