PALO SANTO | WOOD INCENSE [Burseara Graveolens] or "Holy Wood" is a tree that grows on the coast of South America and is related to Frankincense, Myrrh, and Copal.
- Size of sticks may vary between 3.5" - 4.5"
- It is an aromatic wood used for centuries by the Incas and other cultures as a spiritual remedy. Used for incense and smudging it creates a pleasant, fresh-smelling smoke with hints of mint and citrus with underlying notes of frankincense.
- Thought to purge bad spirits, it is also said that it enhances creativity and brings good fortune.
- Peruvians harvest fallen branches and twigs of the B. graveolens tree, a practice that is regulated by the government of Peru, so trees are not cut for wood harvesting.
- Made in Peru
Sage and/or incense are sold separately.