Palo Santo Wood Sticks 4” Length (Pack of 5 Sticks) ~ Ethically sourced
- Sustainably-sourced & ethically wildcrafted Palo Santo
- From One Love Holistics
- Approximately 4" in Length
- Pack of 5 Sticks
- Also known as "Holy Wood"
Info from the manufacturer ~ One Love Holistics:
"All of our Bursera graveolens products are cut from the heartwood of naturally fallen trees & produced in strict accordance with governmental guidelines regulating the collection, processing, & global distribution of Palo Santo. We support responsible, regenerative sourcing practices, & contribute to active reforestation efforts to ensure a long-term supply of the Bursera graveolens tree for future generations. Sustainably sourced from Peru."
How to light Palo Santo Sticks:
I find the easiest way to light Palo Santo sticks is with a candle. However, you may use a match or lighter to ignite your stick of Palo Santo. Hold at about a 45 degree angle pointing the tip down toward the flame. Allow it to burn for about 30 seconds to 1 minute and then blow out. Move about your work space, home, car, bathroom or anywhere you would like to clear the energy.
Palo Santo Wood (Bursera graveolens) is an aromatic wood used by the Incas and other cultures as a spiritual remedy. It has been valued for its therapeutic properties for centuries. The translation of Palo Santo from Spanish is "holy wood".
Traditionally the sweet smelling aroma of the Palo Santo sacred wood is harnessed through the use of "smudging" to drive away negative energies from one's aura or home. It is believed that when the Palo Santo incense is lit it eliminates stagnant or negative energies and purifies the space, bringing uplifting positive energies, higher vibrations, and good luck.
The soothing aroma of the smoke is often used to give your house a sweet smelling aroma and feel. Some people harness the power of Palo Santo wood for homeopathic purposes. It has been attributed to having the capability of assisting in the healing of colds, arthritis, and asthma among other diseases wood for homeopathic purposes. It has been attributed to having the capability of assisting in the healing of colds, arthritis, and asthma among other diseases.