Treating with incense smoke. It is also called suffumation.
smudging: this is the using of a sage stick which is a particular type of dried plant that is good for cleansing the psychic atmosphere of one's environment
The practice of waving smoldering incense or herb bundle about an individual or area to cleanse or purify. It was adopted from Native Americans.
Waving a smoldering handful of herbs around a person, as a ritual cleansing gesture. An American practice adopted from Native Americans, though the Native American practice itself is said to have arisen only in the past hundred years.
The use of burning incense or herbs to cleanse an area of unwanted influences.
To burn a special plant (usually Sage) in an area before a ceremony, a healing, or a lecture, which cleanses the atmosphere of any negativity.
Cleansing the energy field of a person, place or thing with sacred herbs or resins.
A frost-preventive measure used in orchards. Properly, it means the production of heavy smoke from the burning of fossil fuels intended to prevent radiational cooling, but the term is applied to both heating and smoke production.