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Palo Santo Incense Sticks – (Bursera graveolens)

$12.00

1.5 ounce. Raw Smudge Sticks.

When burned, the wood offers a pleasant, fresh smelling smoke with hints of mint & citrus.

Palo santo may be burned by lighting cuttings or shavings of palo santo wood. Palo Santo is mostly harvested via fallen branches and twigs of the B. graveolens tree, a practice that is regulated by the government of Peru (for instance), so trees are not cut for wood harvesting.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Not For Human Consumption. We offer our this product for Incense &  Aromatherapy purposes, only. Our products are not intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of any disease or medical conditions.
Weight1.5 oz
Details

1.5 (1 & 1/2) ounce. Raw Smudge Sticks.

Bursera graveolens, known in Spanish as palo santo (“holy wood”) is a wild tree native from Central & South America. The tree belongs to the same family (Burseraceae) as frankincense and myrrh. It is widely used in folk medicine as a natural remedy. Palo Santo is used for crafting objects and to produce burning sticks and incense. Palo Santo is most common today as a type of incense. The use of Palo Santo from B. graveolens is traditional in South America, especially in Ecuador. According to the local customs, it is used against the “mala energía” (bad energy) or for good luck. Its use reportedly dates back to the Inca era.

Palo santo may be burned by lighting cuttings or shavings of palo santo wood. Palo Santo is mostly harvested via fallen branches and twigs of the B. graveolens tree, a practice that is regulated by the government of Peru (for instance), so trees are not cut for wood harvesting.

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