Palo Santo sticks

Palo santo may be burned, similar to incense, by lighting shavings of palo santo wood.

In Peru, a shaman, or medicine man, reportedly lights palo santo sticks and the rising smoke will enter the energy field of ritual participants to clear misfortune, negative thoughts, and evil spirits.

Peruvians harvest fallen branches and twigs of the Bursera graveolens tree, a practice that is regulated by the government of Peru, so trees are not cut for wood harvesting.

The charcoal of palo santo sticks can also be used for ritual smudging.

Palo Santo sticks, from a sustainable, ethical source.

Size is approx. 3 – 4 inches long.

Due to the nature of these, each piece is individually unique.


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