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Botanicals & Herbs

Sage and sweetgrass, along with other dried herbs sacred to the Native American culture, have always played a significant role in native life and ceremony. For centuries, the Plains Indians have used herbs and plants for spiritual, as well as medicinal purposes.

Many of the herbal remedies used today come from the American Indians’ rich tradition of using the healing powers of nature. These herbs provided both spiritual and medicinal healing for the Plains Indians.

Also used for smudging, sage and sweetgrass are known for their ability to cleanse the body, an object, or a given area of negative influence.

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Native American Weaved: Sweet Grass Turtles

Native American Weaved: Sweet Grass Turtle (each)

$10.50
Whole Abalone Shells

Whole Abalone Shells

$8.00
Mini Abalone Shells

Mini Abalone Shells

$2.50
American Indian Food: Tinpsila also known as Prairie Turnips

Prairie Turnip:Tinpsila

Starting at: $163.00

Wooden offering bowls

Wooden Offering Bowls

Starting at: $7.00

Native Ceremonial Herb, Lavender

Lavender

$1.50
Native American Food: Wild Peppermint

Wild Peppermint

$3.50
Dried Herb: Sweet Leaf

Sweet Leaf

$3.50
Dried Herb: Bitterroot

Bitterroot

$2.75
American Indian Dried Herb: Sassafras Bark

Sassafras Bark

$9.50
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