Wands were developed in Europe at an unknown point, though it is known that it was in the B.C. era. The Ollivander family started manufacturing wands in 382 B.C. Over time, they earned a worldwide reputation.
The first written references to magic wands come from the Greek writer, Homer, and appear in his works, The Iliad and The Odyssey. In The Iliad, he wrote that a magic wand, which he called a rod, was the tool used by the god Hermes to put people to sleep and then wake them up again.
In the energy work, wands are used to stabilize the Auric field, Chakra rotation and cut cords.