Anxiety and stress are some of the common problems among the people all over the world. Although very common, it can lead to some very dangerous consequences. There are many causes of stress, and it’s unavoidable. However, it’s possible to manage your stress. Talking about anxiety, it is an unstoppable nervousness, unease, and worries with an uncertain outcome. Anxiety disorder is the most common form of mental illness in the United States.

According to the statistics published in the Anxiety and Depression Association of America’s website, around 18% of the American adults are struggling with an anxiety disorder. You should check out some of the symptoms of depression and anxiety. Because of stress, anxiety, conflicts, and various other reasons, the negative energy surrounds our environment. It will lead to various negative conditions in our life. It will not allow you to concentrate on your day to day priorities.

Environment can affect your emotions and mind

It cannot be denied that some of the factors that lead to stress are unavoidable. However, your surroundings can be modified to ward off the negative energy. Sometimes focusing too much on the negative news on the television can make a way for negative energy to enter your mind. Just imagine how much stressed you are likely to be when you repetitively hear about the negative news all over the world.

In addition to the negative energy spread by the television and the internet, sitting in a dark room for a long time without communicating with others, conflicts, and more can also make a path for negative energy to enter your mind and body. You should be very careful of your surroundings for ensuring you are not making the path for the negative energy. There are many ways to ensure a positive environment in your home or workplace. In this article, we will deal with the procedure to make lavender and a sage smudge stick to reduce negative energy and anxiety.

Lavender and a smudge stick

Many modern doctors won’t suggest you smudge stick because it may seem unscientific to them. In the ancient times, smudge sticks were widely used to reduce negative energy and depression. In modern times too, you can use a smudge stick in your home or workplace if it’s possible. It’s not difficult at all to make a smudge stick for you. One of the crucial ingredients to add while making a smudge stick is lavender. It is a genus of 47 well-recognized species in the mint family.

Lavender is well known for its medical properties and benefits. It can highly enhance your respiratory health, digestion system, immunity, and it can also help in reducing your anxiety and depression. If you’re thinking of “how to improve memory?”, then trying lavender is one of the ways to improve memory.  In the next section of this article, we will look at the procedure to make lavender and a smudge stick for you.

How to make lavender and a smudge stick?

What You’ll Need:

  • Small bunches of sage, lavender, rosemary, and dried rose petals
  • String, yarn, or twine

What to Do:

  1. Layer your bunches of herbs on top of each other.
  2. Tie the bottom of the bunch together with your string.
  3. Add one rose petal near where the string is secured, then wrap the string upwards around the bunch. Keep adding petals and wrapping until the whole bunch is wound together. Tie off the other end of the string.

Watch the following video to learn how to safely burn and use your homemade smudge stick!


How was the procedure of making a smudge stick? I hope you won’t have any trouble in making one for you. According to the statistics, the use of complementary and alternative treatments was increased from 36% to 38.3% among the American adults. By using complementary and alternative treatments, you may improve your current condition.

However, you should not completely rely on the complementary and alternative treatment methods. If you’re suffering from severe anxiety disorder or depression, then it’s better to consult your doctor as soon as possible.


How To Make Smudge Sticks That Eliminate Negative Energy And Stress From Any Space


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