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The Native Wellness Collection is inspired by plants local to North America used by Indigenous people for health and wellness. Telling the story of five specific plants, this collection represents an important part of each plant while paying homage to each plant’s name.
Our goal is to share authentic stories of traditions held by Indigenous people, through color. We’re excited to bring educational awareness about these plants through the colors in this collection!
White sage, also known as bee sage or sacred sage, is a shrub plant native to the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico (mainly Southern California and Baja California).
Native Americans have widely used white sage for food, healing, and ceremonial purposes. The Chumash people used the stems and leaves as a traditional food. For healing, many tribes used the seeds to remove foreign objects from the eyes. White sage is also used as an incense during ceremonies, and used in the ancient tradition of smudging (which many view as cultural appropriation from “mainstream” use by non-Native peoples). Learn more about this sacred plant here.
Dress your nails in this dusty gray that we hope entices you to learn more about how the indigenous people of North America use this plant for wellness and healing.
*NOTE: We are not recommending the use of this plant and the information provided is strictly for educational purposes. Speak with a medical professional regarding the actual use of this plant.*