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Cedar wood

- Cedrus atlantica -

For TOTEM, it comes from wild harvesting in the Périgord region

In all cultures, it was a symbol of vigor, dignity, strength and vitality,

virtues which man wanted to imbibe by means of fumigations. It was used during magical purification rites, widely practiced in Mesopotamia. Its smoke is purifying and predisposes to calm and serenity. It gives energy, increases determination, increases self-esteem and promotes harmony and understanding between people.

St. John's wort

 - Pteridium aquilinum -

For TOTEM, it comes from wild harvesting in the Drôme

It is one of the Midsummer plants, found along roadsides. Its golden yellow star shape evokes the sun. It is sometimes nicknamed “fairy grass”, particularly for the smell that it emanates and which, it is said, made demons flee. The flowers are macerated in oil in the sun to soothe burns, sunburns and chapped skin.

when rubbed, it calms rheumatic pain.

St. John's wort is well known to naturopaths and homeopaths for its ability to soothe mild disorders of depression and anxiety by fumigation.

In addition, it would have the virtue of keeping away negative influences and would promote love!


 - Salvia officinalis -

For TOTEM, it is grown in the Périgord region of France

The etymology of the word sage evokes the curative power of the plant (salvia comes from the Latin salvare which means “save” or “heal”), which is confirmed by the proverb: 

 “He who has sage in his garden does not need a doctor. »

It is called the sacred herb.

It is tonic, antiseptic and antispasmodic and it stimulates the organs. 

Hormonal regulator, it acts on irregular periods and accompanies menopause.

Bactericidal and antiviral, it is the purification plant par excellence.

Its fumigations are antiseptic and from a spiritual point of view, it purifies the body,

the mind and helps rid spaces or objects of their negative waves.


Sage, St. John’s Wort, Cedarwood

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