Sacred Ceremonial Tobacco
Light fired cured ceremonial tobacco
7 grams, packaged
Please note that burlap pouches are sold separately and not included with the tobacco. They are available in two sizes and various colours.
Buy Ceremonial Tobacco as a whole leaf in various sizes
Ceremonial Tobacco is traditionally used for purification and as an offering or giving thanks.
Use over charcoal or scatter.
Not for internal use; not to be smoked.
Native American tradition is that each of the four sacred medicines was given to the First Nations people as a means of communicating with our Creator. Tobacco was the first plant to be received and as such is considered to be the most powerful of all Four Sacred First nations Herbs. Tobacco is followed by Sage, Cedar and Sweetgrass. It is sometimes thought that Tobacco sits in the Eastern door, Sweetgrass in the Southern door, Sage in the West and Cedar in the North, although these assigned directions may differ from First Nation to First Nation. Together this quartet works to establish a potent connection to the Creator.