Palo Santo Incense
Palo Santo (Holy Stick) is a natural incense used for centuries by the Incas and the indigenous people of the Andes. To this day, this aromatic wood is used in churches, homes, and even as an insect repellent in Ecuador and throughout trade areas. The bold, spicy scent with citrus overtones is sustainably collected from deadfall of the native trees in Ecuador.
To use, light the end of a stick with a candle or match for 10 seconds and then blow out the flame, allowing the smoke to continue filling the space for a few minutes. Each stick can be used many times before it burns all the way through.
• Bundle of three palo santo sticks, each approx. 4'' long
*The Bursera graveolens tree lives about 60 years and the scent does not develop strongly in the wood until it has been dead for several years. Our suppliers in Ecuador have explained to us that there is an abundance of naturally fallen deadwood that they collect. In addition, this company plants thousands of these trees every year to ensure that there will continue to be a sustainable supply in the future.
We source incense and candles with the highest quality natural ingredients.
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