Purification Holy Water Probiotic Spray - Clearwater Cultures
Purification Holy Water Probiotic Spray - Clearwater Cultures
Purification Holy Water Probiotic Spray - Clearwater Cultures
Purification Holy Water Probiotic Spray - Clearwater Cultures
Purification Holy Water Probiotic Spray - Clearwater Cultures
Purification Holy Water Probiotic Spray - Clearwater Cultures
Purification Holy Water Probiotic Spray - Clearwater Cultures

Purification Holy Water Probiotic Spray

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A body or room botanical spray made from the four purification herbs of the medicine wheel fermented in a Kombucha Mother Culture: mountain cedar leaves, desert sage, super shamanistic sweetgrass and native tobacco along with various essential oils, crystals, gems and pure water.  Each herb has been wild-crafted from pristine parts of the wilderness or personally grown without chemicals to ensure optimum energetic and medicinal potency.

Comes in a 4-ounce dark blue glass jar.  Spray nozzle included.

Probiotic Organic Medicinal

These probiotic cultures have been used on people, animals and to clear the energy in rooms and various spaces.  They can be used to coat the body with living probiotic and prebiotic microorganisms in order to help boost immune system responses, heal skin disorders, cleanse toxins and unnatural substances, calm and balance emotions, lift the mood, clear the energy field and body of unhealthy attachments, and to improve inner balance and spiritual vision.  (See section below for further uses.)

MOTHER CULTURE CONCENTRATES

For several years, we have been developing various original and highly unique mother cultures that are grown in combinations of medicinal herbs or mushrooms in order to form unusual strains of probiotic and prebiotic nutrients.  The original probiotic liquid is added to each new culture to infuse the old into the new, thus creating a continuous chain of genetic information.

These cultures are given many treatments using various natural technologies, including Life Light rings, coils, and environmental harmonizer, sound attunements with Solfeggio tuning forks and Himalayan Singing Bowls, structural imprinting from Gemstone Epitaxy Elixirs, and energy enhancement with Orgonite Energy Accumulators and Human Prayers and blessings with the intent to improve all healing properties.  See Our Process page for further descriptions of these technologies.

The water we use in our cultures and products comes from a deep well that taps into underground streams that flow naturally from the wilderness of the high mountains of the Continental Divide through one of the largest gemstone deposits in the United States, thus Idaho’s nickname, “The Gem State”.  According to the Science of Epitaxy, the liquid crystalline matrix in water is known to record information from the very ancient and solid crystalline matrix in crystals and gemstones.  We believe that the water we are using has a vast internal library of information within its structural geometry that it can deliver into human bodies. 

Suggested Uses:  

Apply after showering to help deodorize the body.  Spray on hair, skin and clothes before going out in public to improve probiotic protection.  Spray entire body when exposed to chem trails or other airborne toxins.  Spray locally on skin or scalp conditions.  Use as a leave-in hair treatment.  Apply directly to areas of the skin that are toxic and in need of cleansing and healing.  Apply to scalp conditions.

Spray in the energy field of a room to purify the air and help set an intent of peace and health.  When traveling spray vehicles, motel rooms and bedding.  Spray shoes to help deodorize and prevent pathogenic bacteria and fungus from growing.  Apply to gym lockers, shopping cart handles, door knobs, pet beds and various places where germs build up. 

Some people use these cultures to open energy centers in the body (chakras), and to improve their results while using natural hands-on healing modalities such as massage, reiki, touch healing, acupressure, reflexology, meditation, body and emotion code, and during various intuitive and psychic healing work.  These cultures have also been used to assist with addiction, depression, possession, abuse, neglect, and various mental, emotional and physical problems. 

The culture can be applied directly to the skin either using the spray nozzle or using the hand.  Many people enjoy using their fingers to apply the liquid directly over the 3rd eye, to the crown chakra and over other chakra openings. These cultures can be used as probiotic blessing waters along with prayer and healing sessions.  Some people have experienced remarkable sensations from their application to the crown chakra in conjunction with prayer, meditation, mantras, affirmations and singing or playing music.   

Pay close attention to your skin and body when you apply these cultures.  You are working with highly intelligent beneficial organisms.  As one of our intuitive customers so wisely stated to us, “Wow, they have consciousness!”  There are approximately 10 microorganisms to every one human cell.  Enlist them in your own healing work.  They respond to gratitude and love.  Focus on what you desire to happen and also be open to new understandings and possibilities of goodness.

Caution: Keep out of eyes.  If you get these sprays in your eyes it may burn a little from the vinegar.  To relieve eyes, flush with water.

Spray Top Caution: The live culture in the spray can cause the spray top to plug up.  To extend the life of the spray nozzle, always keep the plastic cap on when not in use and always store the bottle upright.  If traveling or transporting, reapply the plastic cap and reattach the spray nozzle when needed.  If the spray nozzle gets plugged with microbes, just rinse it well in warm water or use a pipe cleaner to unplug it.   We cannot guarantee the life span of the spray nozzles.  

 For non-spray applications you may opt to leave the plastic cap on the bottle and use your fingers to pour a small amount out at a time.

Traditional Uses:  

Sweetgrass, Sage, Cedar and Native Tobacco have been used for centuries to help heal the sick, dispel fear and depression, clear out unhealthy energies, entities, contracts, cords, poisons and manipulative attachments in order to bring in spiritual truth, enlightenment, health and well-being.  They have been used traditionally to “smudge” people and places by burning the herbs to purify and cleanse negative energy.  Shamanic smudging is an age-old tribal tradition used for centuries by the native people of both North and South America, European peasants and Siberian shamans to open the doors of the soul to the spirit world.  One of the main purposes of smudging is to bring vision, aided by the sense of smell.  In many native cultures it is believed that the sacred smell of these herbs will part the veil between the worlds of the living and form a bridge to the other world to produce sacred visions and guidance.  Smudging is also used to purify tools and people before an important spiritual ceremony.  It is also used to clear sacred space and open the soul before calling upon the Spirits and their healing powers. 

This probiotic purification spray allows you to experience the aroma and essence of these herbs without the smoke.

The four sacred purification plants are believed to be gifts of the Spirits of the Four Directions, given to us as a physical reminder of the Creator’s omnipotent presence.   

 

The medicine wheel symbolizes the interconnection of all life, the various cycles of nature, and how life represents a circular journey. The number four is sacred to the many Aboriginal peoples of North America and can represent many things: the four seasons, the four parts of a person (physical, mental, emotional and spiritual); the four kingdoms (animal, mineral, plant and human); the four sacred medicines (sweetgrass, tobacco, cedar and sage), and the four points of the compass. 

Each direction on the Medicine Wheel has a guiding spirit.  The East (Native Tobacco) is the direction of the daily birth of the sun, representing a person’s birth and early years.  East stands for Truth, Openness, Prayer, Ancestors and Birth.  The South represents childhood and intellectual growth.  South (Cedar) is Protection, Courage, Cleansing, Growth and Expressing Feelings.  The West (Sage) symbolizes adulthood and coming into one’s true creative purpose.  West is Purification, Introspection and Quiet Prayer.  The North (Sweetgrass) represents old age, wisdom and spiritual aspects of life, including weaving all the threads together like a sweetgrass braid.

The center of the wheel is symbolic of Mother Earth and the Creator, and their role in the beginning and continuation of life.  The Medicine Wheel represents the balance between opposite points, each direction influencing the others to create holistic movement through the cycles of life.    

   

Sweetgrass:

Many Native tribes in North America use sweetgrass in prayer, smudging or purifying ceremonies and consider it a sacred plant. It is usually braided, dried, and burned. Sweetgrass braids smolder and doesn't produce an open flame when burned.  Just as the sweet scent of this natural grass is attractive and pleasing to people, so is it attractive to good spirits.  Sweetgrass is often burned at the beginning of a prayer or ceremony to attract positive energies.   

Sweet grass represents the sacred hair of Mother Earth; its sweet aroma reminds people of the gentleness, love and kindness she has for the people; this is why Native people pick it and braid it in 3 strands representing love, kindness and honesty. Sweet grass is also known as the holy grass because on the All Saints’ Day, people in northern Europe strew it in front of the church doors. In France, people used sweet grass to add essence to candy, soft drinks, tobacco and perfumes.

The indigenous people of North America have been using sweet grass traditionally for their religious ceremonies as well as for specific therapeutic purposes. These tribal people inhale the vanilla-like smoke of sweet grass to treat various health conditions. They also burn the grass to repel insects.  The leaves of this herb are used to prepare a tea that is traditionally drunk to cure sore throats, fever, coughs and venereal diseases.  This herb has also been used to stop uterine bleeding and expel afterbirth.  

The super-shamanistic sweetgrass variety that we grow has a very high iron and nutrient content.  It is regularly fed organic bonemeal, bloodmeal, fish emulsion and organic minerals to improve its potency, aroma and height


Desert Sage (Sagebrush):

Sage is used for releasing what is troubling the mind and for removing negative energy.  Sage helped to clear the sinuses and purify the bodies and souls of participants in sweat lodges.  All sagebrush foliage was considered fortunate and formed some part of the medicine man's costume.  Branches were burned on top of stove as a fumigant for rooms after an illness.  Stems and leaves burned to purify the air in both homes and sweat houses.  Desert sage was also frequently used as a burning smudge to drive out evil spirits in a sick room, or after a baby was born. 

Studies have shown that the smoke of burning sage literally changes the ionization polarity of the air. Its element is air.  

 Sage was widely used among American Indians, especially for colds and fever.  Green leaf tea used for stomach complaints; in larger doses to induce vomiting.  For head colds, branches were burned and fumes inhaled.  Green leaves poulticed for chest colds or placed on gums for toothache.  For pneumonia, leaves were boiled in water with a pinch of salt and given in tablespoon doses each time the patient coughed.  For headache, tea from branches was taken internally and also used to bathe the head, fumes from burning plants were inhaled, and crushed green leaves applied as poultice to the forehead.  Tea of branches was taken to relieve diarrhea, stomachaches and stomach cramps, laryngitis, and tuberculosis.  Leaf tea used as antiseptic gargle for sore throats and as a wash or poultice for cuts, wounds, sores, or pimples.  Leaf tea was drunk for gum and mouth diseases, pneumonia, fever, and colds with coughing or bronchitis.  Dried leaves were finely pulverized and used as talcum powder for babies.  The plant was used both internally and externally for rheumatism.  Some tribes chewed and swallowed the leaves for coughs, indigestion, and gas.

Cedar:

Cedarwood essential oil is an antiseptic, expectorant, astringent, expectorant, and sedative.  Topically it treats congestion chest infections, cystitis, skin wounds, ulcers and other skin disorders.

Cedar is a sacred tree to many indigenous folk. The Ojibwe (or Anishinaabe) of North America drink it to cleanse the body and spirit. They also burn it as incense and lay cedar branches at the bottom of sweat lodges.   Ojibwe thank the cedar tree for its wisdom and offering.  After cutting the cedar branches, they give tobacco to the tree as a way of thanking and honoring the tree spirit.  Cedar is mentioned many times in the Bible as a tree of great strength, to purify, cleanse  and enhance spiritual attributes.  Cedarwood is associated with God and his work with the purification and ascension of humanity. 

Cedarwood is a purifier, and is beneficial for healing on both the physical and spiritual levels.  Cedarwood assists in the elimination of blockages and toxins, whether they stem in the physical, mental or the emotional.  It helps cleanse and purify the body, skin and the environment from all negativity and stagnation.  It enhances clarity of mind and spirituality. Cedarwood harmonizes and stabilizes unbalanced energies and encourages energy flow.  It symbolizes and encourages power, strength and fortitude. This powerful tree is also associated with; Attracting Prosperity, Purification, Health and Healing, Good Fortune, Happiness, Justice, Protection, Harmony, Peace, Grounding with Earth energy, hex-breaking cures and relieving nightmares.

Native Tobacco:

It is important to remember that Native Tobacco is a different species than what we find in smoke shops or stores.  There are over 60 species of this plant. It grows wild in most sections of North America.  It does not contain nicotine or other poisonous properties. The Great Lakes Ojibwe, and the neighboring Iroquois used it for a number of medicinal purposes, including as a remedy for stomach aches and fever. It tends to remove obstructions from every part of the system.  Indian Tobacco cleanses the stomach and exercises a beneficial influence over every part of the body.

Tobacco is one of the most sacred of plants for Native people because they believe it opens the door to the Creator.  It is said to be the main activator of all plants.  It is used to communicate with the Spirit world and to reveal intent between the heavens and the earth and to all our relations.  Some elders say that tobacco is used to connect the worlds since the plant’s roots go deep into the earth and its smoke rises high into the sky. This plant is highly respected and highly honored in Native cultures.  Ceremonies using Native tobacco invoke a relationship with the energies of the universe, and ultimately the Creator so that the bond made between earthly and spiritual realms is not to be broken.  It is used to communicate with ancestors, to give thanks and gratitude for all we have, to ask for protection from harm, to honor Mother Earth and Father Sky, to bless the land that it might provide what is needed, to honor comings (birth) and goings (death), to respect all our relations, for name-giving, drumming, sacred ceremonies, to heal rifts between family members, to heal emotional wounds and invite forgiveness, and is given as a way of showing respect and gratitude to our elders.

Kombucha Vinegar: Kombucha is an ancient probiotic culture that starts out as a probiotic tea, but after culturing for several months, becomes a probiotic vinegar. It contains gluconic acid which chelates metals like aluminum from the body.  It has a remarkable ability to detoxify the body, containing a powerful detoxifier glucuronic acid, which binds toxins and eliminates them from the body and helps prevent the harmful effects of toxins caused by plastics, pesticides, resins, heavy metals and petroleum products.

Kombucha possesses antibiotic properties which work against a range of pathogens, including staph and strep. Kombucha is rich in numerous antioxidants which strengthens the immune defense and boosts the energy levels of the body. The anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties of kombucha help the body fight various bacterial and viral infections, as well as fungal infections such as candida overgrowth. Kombucha contains large amounts of organic acids such as glucuronic acids and powerful antioxidants, which help shield the body from oxidative damage. Studies have shown that glucuronic acid present in kombucha helps prevent various cancers including pancreatic and breast cancer. The lactic acid present in kombucha helps bring the body’s PH level into a balance making cancer difficult to develop. It improves cell metabolism and immune system responses.

Kombucha contains glucosamines which are beneficial in the prevention and treatment of all types of arthritis, stimulating the production of hyaluronic acid which helps maintain cartilage structure and relieve arthritic pain. Hyaluronic acid aids in reducing free radical damage, and preserves lubrication and elasticity of the joints. Kombucha contains anti-lipidemic properties, which help reduce the absorption of bad cholesterol and triglycerides, while it elevates the levels of good cholesterol in the body.

Kombucha is a powerful detoxifier on its own, but when cultured and grown with medicinal mushrooms, its healing properties are greatly enhanced. Many people report great improvements in their skin and hair after using kombucha vinegar topically.

My Experience Creating this Purification Holy Water:

Several years ago, my deeply intuitive son Kaleb came up with the idea to use the four purification herbs in a product.  He had spent a great deal of time working with various healers in purification ceremonies.  He wanted a product that used the herbs of the Medicine Wheel to purify and cleanse.

I personally gathered the cedar boughs for this culture from one of my favorite mountain forests near my home where the cedars and yew wood trees grow untouched by industry.

I grew up basking in the essence of desert sage, hiking through the red rock canyons of the American southwest and brushing my hands over it just to sense and smell its powerful aromas, rubbing it on my hands to cleanse them and carry the smell home with me.   

The first time I saw a real native tobacco plant, I didn’t know what it was.  I was so drawn to the plant I couldn’t stop touching it.  I obtained seeds from a friend and started growing it myself, falling more in love with its presence in my home and yard the more I work with it.  It carries such an energy of gratitude and blessing within its spirit.

 I have always loved sweetgrass.  For this culture I obtained a special strain of super-shamanistic sweetgrass to grow in my garden so that I could deepen my own hands-on understanding of the plants’ medicine.  This type of sweetgrass is very high in iron and nutrients, carrying a powerful magnetic field presence into the culture. 

The kombucha culture that grew from these four herbs was amazing!  The scobby mother was bright, thick and full of life.  It was powerfully aromatic, standing out among all the other cultures with its wonderful smells.  It had a very shiny surface that seemed to glow with light and intelligence.  

As the weeks went by I watched this culture grow as I treated it daily with love, prayer and natural technologies, breathing in the aromas whenever  I passed our culturing table.  I felt as if it was blessing our entire home, not only with the powerful aroma it emanated, but with the clearing I felt it create in the energy of the rooms where I grew it.   

I prayed for understanding about this unusual culture, asking the intelligence within the plants and the probiotic microbes to name and identify itself.  I was told to call it holy water, a name I hesitated putting on the label, but after working with this culture for many months, I knew that no other name adequately described what this culture was about. 

I sent bottles out to friends in the healing arts to test it using their various modalities.  Their feedback confirmed my own feelings.  This was indeed a sacred holy water that emanated the immense power of these ancient herbs to help us purify and open the windows of heaven.  I believe that these sacred herbs help connect us to our ancestors, our divine culture as children of Mother-Father Creator Beings, our artisan/craftsman creator abilities, our intuition, our self-nurturing healing powers and spiritual wisdom.  Holy Water is something I use daily. 

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

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