Palo Santo (bursera graveolens) is Spanish for "holy wood" and is found native to Central and South America. It’s use dates back to the Inca era and is commonly used for clearing misfortune and negative thoughts, while sealing in positive energies and spirits, creativity, and protection. Our palo santo is sustainably harvested from naturally fallen branches in Ecuador, and our suppliers reforest with their local governments while providing income for their communities.
One stick of palo santo is good for multiple uses. Simply hold the stick over a candle flame, wait until the stick ignites and turns bright glowing red. Blow out the flame, and use your hand or a fan to waft the smoke around yourself or space.
This listing is for a set of three sticks.
For more information regarding the harvesting of our specific palo santo, please visit the link here.
For environmental information, please visit the IUCN Red List here, and search for "palo santo bursera graveolens". You may find additional resources on Wikipedia, here.
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