Libocedro (Libocedrus decurrens)

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Used by cultures throughout the world, since ancient times, for healing and spiritual purposes. Native peoples of North America burn Cedar while praying, the prayers rising on the smoke and being carried to the Creator.

The fragrance of IIncense Cedar is said to purify and create a bridge between heaven and earth. It is used to banish nightmares, for smudging sacred spaces and homes. Cedar is often used in the sweat lodge ceremony. A few pinches are thrown on the red-hot rocks, immediately sparking into a yellow glow and releasing their aroma. It can also be burned on Charcoal Disks. The smoke of burning Cedar is said to attract the good spirits and eliminate negative energies. 

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