Sacred Fire Powwow Ashes - Native American Traditions


These Sacred Fire ashes are from our 2019 Native Nations Festival held in Painted Post, NY.

It is an annual intertribal powwow we host to spread cultural awareness, break stereotypes, and help displaced Native Americans find access to information.

The Sacred Fire is held over the course of three days by two trained Fire Keepers, who stay with the Fire 24/7 and thank the four directions, Creator, Mother Earth, and Father Sky for each piece of wood they add.

Fire ashes are used for protection, and can be combined with sea salt to create "black salt," which is used for very strong protection.

Comes in a 2 inch glass twist vial.