I am a Native American healer. As most of you already know, when First Nations perform ceremonies or healing rituals, we always begin by smudging (burning specific herbs) to clear the space. Twenty years ago when I was called to intensive care units in hospitals and other similar places, I could not smudge. I had to work through dense energy fields in an unnatural environment without my customary purification. Tough… so I got to work. For three years I worked on a unique blend of herbs, primarily Canadian cedar, sage and sweet grass and then more herbs as specific needs required. My research brought me all the way to France to visit a great perfumer, who passed on to me, graciously, his methodology, and also to meet several scientific institutions to devise the best possible extracts for my project. When I completed my research, I was astounded and in disbelief. The essential oils in a corn spirits base, literally a natural perfume, were more efficient than traditional smudging! I had trouble accepting this in the beginning. Then a scientist explained that since the active ingredients in burning smudge are released in an altered damaged state because of combustion, the active ingredients in my extracts and essential oils, which were in a pristine intact state, were thus naturally more efficient. I was still not completely convinced, but when I saw my elders start using this liquid smudge rather than the traditional herbs, affirming this was healthier than smoke when indoors, I was really reassured.

I then told myself that this needed to reach as many people as possible. I went back to my research and perfected the formula, adding a purifying herb for each race: frankincense for the Black people, sandalwood for the Yellow people and French lavender for the White people. The Red race was already well represented, by more than 6 sacred traditional herbs. I did this so this liquid smudge could travel all over the world amongst all people and have the same effect on all. I then had to adjust the formula so the fragrance would be pleasing with these added scents. We called it Chiiyaam an English word that means peace because of the predominance of cedar in this perfume. The end product has 16 herbs. Then I added ceremony to bless the perfume. Eighteen years later I still do that, there is a ceremony performed on every jug of Chiiyaam and there always will be. This is what gives this special perfume its energy, a First Nations Traditional medicine process that encodes the product with specific intentions.

What happened next, when the product hit the market, was again astounding to me. First, people came up with all sorts of uses I had never thought of. The very first was insomnia. The first store buyer I approached brought a sample home and put it on her pillow and left the bottle open by the bed. No more insomnia, no more need for sleeping pills. That comment came back many times, so many in fact, that I eventually put this use on the instructions sheet. Every couple of months we hear of a new way of using Chiiyaam. The last one we heard of was a construction worker who after a hard work day will spray Chiiyaam over his sore muscles. He says the pain goes away immediately. He buys quite a lot of it!

Then, the product spread and within a couple of years it was sold in over 10 countries. To quite a select group, mind you, mostly healers and alternative care workers, but still this really was witness to the qualities of this unique product. I have seen a few other Chiiyaam formulas over the years but nothing comes close to the energy of this spiritual perfume. One thing that really speaks to its efficiency is that nearly everyone feels the effect of it, not just the energy sensitive healers. When I got my first loan to put Chiiyaam on the market, I left a sample at the bank. When I came back 3 weeks later, I was surprised to see the bottle was nearly empty. When I enquired, the employees said that late in the day all the ladies around would come looking for it. When we get tired at the end of the day, there is a lot of electromagnetic pollution that has accumulated in our energy field. Chiiyaam clears this away; thus we enjoy added energy and a sense of calm to finish the day. I thought: if bankers can feel this and want to use it, then everybody can.

The most surprising of all experiences was at a seminar I was giving in France to about 30 people. The students had bought me flowers on Friday night, and we put these in the center of our circle. The seminar was on healing and people processed a lot of stuff. By Sunday afternoon, the flowers were drooping. A lady stood up suddenly and said, “Look at what we can do with your Chiiyaam, Blue Eagle “. She went to the flowers, put Chiiyaam on her hands and brought her hands around the bouquet. We all saw the flowers lift their beautiful heads!!!

It takes two months to make Chiiyaam. The same time it takes to make any high quality perfume. Some of the herbs are gathered in the summer and their essences are not ready until the next year which in fact makes it 14 months. We maintain a very high level of energy in the places and with the people that work at it. For example, our company will never use machines to bottle this. People working in a beautiful place with flowers and nice calm music will always be part of the packaging process.

We now have 6 other perfumes each with specific therapeutic qualities.  Discover these on our web site .

We have signed with Quanta for our distribution to western Canada ( We are located on the First Nation reservation of Wendake, the Huron Village, near Quebec City. For all other countries please call us (+1 418 843 8777) or order on our web site.Thanks to all for your interest.

Blue Eagle


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