Palo Santo is an aromatic wood used for thousands of years as a healing incense by Shamans and the ancient Incas. Today, Palo Santo continues to be sustainably harvested in the dry forests of Ecuador and Peru. Harvesting occurs only after the tree has died and laid untouched in its natural habitat for several years. This process permits the sacred, medicinal and mystical properties of the wood to manifest. Palo santo is gaining global awareness for its healing qualities. Palo Santo has a citrus aroma with underlying hints of frankincense.
DIRECTIONS: Light the tip of the stick, let the wood burn for less than a minute and blow out flame. Palo Santo does not burn completely and may be relit many times. CAUTION: Never leave any incense burning unattended.