About a month ago, I had a FaceBook chat with a metaphysical guy from Arabia. He shared this with me relative to Sage usage:
“We don’t use Sage. We use Frankincense. It works better in Africa and Arabia based on the vibration of the land. It's best to cleanse because it's part of the land being indigenous.”
I then asked him this question, “Oh, Frankincense is indigenous to Africa and Arabia?”
“Yes it's in Yemen and Oman and Ethiopia, Somalia.”
After my chat with him, I went to do some research about herbs that are indigenous to America since I was born on American soil.
So far, I found some herbs native to America, info below. Presently, I have the White Sage, and plan to get the American Ginseng, Sweet Grass, and Black Cohosh.
Yes, his statement, repeated below, really resonated with me.
He expressed: “We don’t use Sage. We use Frankincense. It works better in Africa and Arabia based on the VIBRATION of the LAND. It's best to cleanse because it's part of the land being indigenous.”
It got me wondering how my usage of herbs native to America will VIBRATE WITH THIS LAND when I use it. It’s VERY striking that I learned that from him. I’m deeply grateful.
I’ll still use other herbs NOT native to America, but I sure plan to include more native to America herbs in my collection.
Note: Of course, magickally, we can manifest for any herb to vibrate wherever . . . but you get my drift . . .
White Sage is native to America -- Southwestern -- and Mexico.
Some of the Sweet Grass is native to America.
Three other native herbs that I found info about so far: