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What Are the Benefits of Sage Smoke?

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Sage Smoke Benefits

Sage is a plant that dates back to Ancient Greece. It is popular in Asian cultures and countries in the East. A natural therapeutic pain soother that is used by many people to reduce stomach pain, bloating, cortisol, hormonal imbalances, and digestive problems.

In addition to the medical benefits mentioned above, this ancient plant has far more to offer than meets the eye. The leaves of this plant play an important role in curing depression, boosting positive energy, enriching ones spiritual aura, and clearing away negative energy and spirits from a place.

Traditional Uses of Sage:

  • Drinking sage tea eases bloating and period cramps.
  • Inhaling clay sage oil reduces hormonal imbalances and cortisol levels.
  • Adding sage to food aids in relieving digestive problems such as diarrhea and stomach aches.

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As for the spiritual function of this plant, if used correctly it can do wonders for a person’s life. In order to benefit from the leaves of the plant, the following steps should be applied for each of the following results:

Cleansing the House of Evil Spirits:

  • Get a bunch of dried sage leaves and place them in a pot.
  • Burn the leaves until smoke is visible.
  • Wait until the flames are no longer lit and then smudge the ashes in every corner of your house.

Boosting Energy after a Bad Day at Work:

  • Burn the dried sage leaves.
  • Walk around the smoke and inhale the smoke of the burned leaves.
  • Keep the smoked pot of dried leaves in the room you sleep in until the smoke fades away.

Relieving Depression and Negative Aura:

  • Get clay sage oil incense.
  • Pour three drops of this incense on a protective plate over a burning candle.
  • Inhale the incense for about 30 minutes while sitting or meditating.

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Have you ever used sage smoke for any of the above reasons? Did it work for you? We’d love to hear your feedback in the comment section below. 

About the author

Raghad Hadidi

I am a 38 year old lecturer/translator/journalist. I teach business communication and translation at the German Jordanian University.
I was a journalist from 2000-2008. I worked for Gulf news and Seven Days newspapers in Dubai. Before that i was a radio journalist at the United Nations Radio ( Middle East and Africa Department) and i also covered Iraq war live in the field. I enjoy sharing my experience with my students and people in general.


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  • Sage or maramia as we call it in Jordan is known to everyone either for medicinal purposes (stomach pain) or simply adding it to tea for flavor. Now it is not so much used as before, but it is still in my memory. I did not know about sage smoke benefits. Sage is also used in Italian cuisine 🙂