Native Tobacco - Traditional Uses of Tobacco as a Sacred Medicine

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Joshua J. Mark
by Mallory at Tribal Trade
published on 18 September 2023

Tobacco is considered the most sacred of the Indigenous sacred medicines, used in virtually every ceremony as a means of connecting directly to the Creator. Native tobacco is used in ceremonies such as pipe ceremonies, non-smoke offerings, smoke rituals and giving it as a gift to an elder. Sacred medicines include tobacco medicine or indigenous tobacco, sage, cedar and sweetgrass. Sacred medicine tobacco is very important to the people of the first nations or native Americans. There are many traditional uses for tobacco, and Indigenous communities around the world each have their own unique uses for the sacred medicine.

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Trade, M. a. T. (2023, September 18). Native Tobacco - Traditional Uses of Tobacco as a Sacred Medicine. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/3037/native-tobacco---traditional-uses-of-tobacco-as-a/

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Trade, Mallory at Tribal. "Native Tobacco - Traditional Uses of Tobacco as a Sacred Medicine." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified September 18, 2023. https://www.worldhistory.org/video/3037/native-tobacco---traditional-uses-of-tobacco-as-a/.

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Trade, Mallory at Tribal. "Native Tobacco - Traditional Uses of Tobacco as a Sacred Medicine." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 18 Sep 2023. Web. 12 Apr 2024.

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