CLEANSE & PURIFY, - the sage candle calms and soothes the mind, also known as an air purifier. Light up the candle and enlighten your mood! to help with ailments of the fatigue, insomnia, irritability, and depression. It's a perfect smudging candle to cleanse your home. 

LONG-LASTING BURNING - Our Candles are hand poured using pure domestically sourced soy wax, oyr Weekend Sage 6 oz candles burn clean to purify the air in your home for at least 42 hours. 

All-NATURAL MATERIAL - made using lead-free cotton wicks, bring you a biodegradable and eco-friendly product that will give you a clean burn and long-lasting hours of aromatic bliss, evenly burning and produce no black smoke, healthier, harmless to the human body and environment.

At WEEKEND SAGE, we're committed to providing you with the highest quality products, and this smudge stick is no exception.

Introducing our 4" California White Sage Smudge Stick, a must-have addition to your ritual practice. This tightly bundled smudge stick is crafted from the finest California White Sage, renowned for its powerful cleansing properties. Light up this smudge stick and let the fragrant smoke transport your prayers and magic to the heavens. Whether you're a seasoned practitioner or a curious newcomer, this smudge stick is an essential tool for your spiritual journey. Each smudge stick is 4"+ unpackaged and comes with a unique string color, adding a touch of individuality to your practice.


Sage has a long history of use in Egyptian, Roman, and Greek medicine, as well as in Native American healing traditions. Dried sage is burned as a way to heal, protect, increase wisdom, and boost defense against disease. Burning sage, also known as smudging, involves burning sage leaves and letting the smoke purify the air in your home.

White sage, Salvia apiana, sacred sage, the most well known among Sage species.

White sage is a medicinal plant that is primarily used in incense rituals. Native to the southwestern United States and north-western Mexico, it is well renowned for its cleansing properties.

California white sage (Salvia apiana) has long been used by Native American peoples in traditional incense rituals. Today, it has become popular due its purifying effect. 

What is the difference between white sage and common sage?

Botanically, white sage (Salvia apiana) and common sage (Salvia officinalis) belong to the same genus (Salvia). Both plants contain tannins, bitter compounds, flavonoids, resins and essential oils. The key distinction is in how the two species are used.

While common sage is often used in cooking, white sage is more commonly used in incense rituals and as a fragrant plant. This is because white sage exudes a much more intense, tart and resinous scent. Another distinguishing feature is the leaves.

The hairless and mostly green leaves of common sage can easily be distinguished from the whitish-green leaves of white sage. Furthermore, common sage is far more hardy than white sage and usually regrows from its old woody stems in spring, whereas white sage must be protected from frost. In addition to common sage and white sage, there are many other types of sage that can be used in the kitchen, as medicinal plants or as attractive plants in the garden.

5 Benefits of White Sage

While medical research on white sage is still in its early stages, there are a host of well-known benefits to burning this special herb. Recent studies have begun to investigate the use of white sage as a natural treatment for conditions like depression, cancer, heart disease and obesity.  


While there are countless properties of white sage that can enrich your life, we’ve picked out five of our favourite things about this incredible plant:


  1. Antibacterial properties – white sage helps to clear away nasty toxins and chemicals that we are exposed to throughout our day-to-day lives. It removes bacteria from the air, as well as keeping fungi and viruses away from our living or working spaces.  
  2. Allergic relief – symptoms caused from exposure to dust, pollen and mould can be alleviated by white sage, as it releases negative ions which neutralise positive ones.  
  3. Spiritual enhancer – white sage induces a sense of calm and feelings of peace to significantly improve your overall well-being. Traditionally, it has been used to provide guidance throughout spiritual impasses and assist with meditation. 
  4. Relieve stress – white sage can stimulate receptors in the brain, as it is bountiful in compounds that help to reduce stress and elevate mood levels.  
  5. Improve sleep – the same compounds that reduce stress can also have an effect on your quality of sleep. Research has suggested that white sage can ease insomnia and soothe anxiety.

Some practitioners of alternative medicine believe that burning sage can help release negative energy.

In addition to burning sage, you can use our products.

We use high quality of Essential Oil White Sage. (Synthetic Fragrance and Natural Fragrance Oil will not give you any benefit)

What is better essential oil or fragrance oil?

Essential oils are natural products with no synthetic ingredients. Fragrance oils are not natural products and do contain synthetic ingredients. Only essential oils can be used for aromatherapeutic purposes. Both can be used in home crafting projects, and both are safe to use when handled correctly.

Which last longer essential oil or fragrance oil?

However, fragrance oil is known for lasting slightly longer than essential oils in candle form. Because it’s completely manufactured, the scent is designed to be powerful and long-lasting.

What are the benefits of inhaling white sage?

Sage is kind of like an eraser, it will help remove the day's burdens and ease emotional suffering. It may help with mild anxiety or depression. Smudging is the quickest way because when you inhale, the compounds go straight to your bloodstream and brain.

What are the constituents of white sage essential oil?

The essential oil of white sage, Salvia apiana, was obtained by steam distillation and analysed by GC-MS. A total of 13 components were identified, accounting for >99.9% of the oil. The primary component was 1,8-cineole, accounting for 71.6% of the oil.