The sweetgrass braids are sorted by length and come from the Canadian prairies. The sweetgrass is picked and braided by the Ojibwa. Since they are handmade, the thickness will vary from braid to braid.
The mannagrass braids are an alternative to sweetgrass braids. The color is different and it smells grassy, not as sweet, as sweetgrass. The mannagrass is picked and braided by the Sioux Valley First Nation in Canada. It is commonly known as great manna grass, reed mannagrass, reed sweetgrass, and greater sweetgrass.
Along with sage, sweetgrass is a sacred herb commonly used in smudging ceremonies.
These items are not fit for human consumption.
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||Mannagrass Braid:approximately 27.5"-49" (70-125 cm)
Genus and species of Sweetgrass: Hierochloe odorata. Wild.
Genus and species of Mannagrass: Glyceria maxima. Wild.
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Native-Made Product of Canada