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Sage substitute
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Post # 1
Hey everyone!!
I've come across a bit of an issue, and I was wondering if any of you might be able to give me some advice. I smudge my house with sage monthly/every two weeks to help calm down spirit activity (nothing malevolent, I just live in a bit of a hotspot and it gets very annoying when my keys disappear from where I just set them down every morning for work, all because a family member wants to have a bit of fun). I went to sage my house today and discovered that I forgot to buy more sage incense, and it takes a while for the shipment to arrive due to how busy the people are (it's handmade incense).
Are there any substitute incense herbs that I could use to calm down the energies while I get more sage? I have some frankincense incense that I haven't used much...if it comes down to it I can look for some sage incense locally, but if there were any substitutes I could use that I have in hand I'd rather use them than pay excessive prices for incense that may or may not work as well :)
Thank you all in advance!!
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Re: Sage substitute
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Post # 2
I actually had to ask my hubby about this and double check my books thyme could be used as a substitute
https://witchesofthecraft.com/magickal-substitutions/
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Re: Sage substitute
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Post # 3
I'll give it a go, I have lots of thyme around the house :D
Thank you so much!!
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Re: Sage substitute
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Post # 4
Your welcome Bright Blessings!
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Re: Sage substitute
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 5

Cedar, sweetgrass, sandalwood are also useful for cleansing an area.

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Re: Sage substitute
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Post # 6
Thank you too Lark!!!
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Re: Sage substitute
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Post # 7
Cedar,thyme,sandal wood, can be used for cleansing and pachouli and can be cannabis for banishing or cleansing or exorcism
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