Palo Santo Incense Wood

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Palo Santo (Bursera Graveolens/Holy Wood) is a fragrant South American incense wood traditionally used for therapeutic, physical, and energy healing purposes. When burned, it produces aromatic smoke helping purify the air, inspire creativity, and cleanse energy with a pleasant woody and enriching scent.

 

  • Five sticks of 100% sustainably-sourced premium Peruvian Palo Santo, 10×1.5cm
  • Palo Santo traditionally used for aromatherapy, smudging, therapeutic, physical, and spiritual healing purposes
  • Resealable packaging ensures the wood stays fragrant

 

HOW TO USE

 

Light the end of the stick until there is a small flame, it may take up to 30 seconds of holding a flame to it. Once lit, let the Palo Santo burn for 10-20 seconds then blow out so only smoke remains. Cleanse a space by painting the air with the fragrant smoke then place it in a Palo Santo holder or embers down in a fireproof bowl until the smoke ceases naturally which will take up to a minute. Each stick can be relit several dozen times and Palo Santo ash can be sprinkled on top of plant soil as a natural nutrient boost.

 

Palo Santo burns differently than traditional incense sticks and does not stay lit but produces a one of a kind smell that has made it popular across generations.

 

Take caution when burning. Keep away from flammable materials, children, and pets.

 

SUSTAINABILITY

 

At Bursera, we only source trees that have died naturally and have been resting on the forest floor for several years. Our ethical harvesting process ensures that no living trees are ever cut down, period. Not only does this help preserve Palo Santo, it leads to the potent, effective, and premium quality that is expected of all Bursera products.

 

Tree Planted With Every Purchase

 

Sourcing sustainable products is only the beginning of our commitment to the planet. As part of our mission, we strive to regenerate the planet’s forests one tree at a time. With every purchase, we plant a tree.