Palo Santo sticks come from the bursera graveolens tree in the South American rainforest and this truly unique aromatic wood is burned as incense. For centuries, before it was introduced to North America, it was used by Shamans to clear negative energy, attract positive energy, re-establish peace and balance, enhance concentration and meditation, and heal people on physical and spiritual levels.
These premium sticks are extremely rare and come from branches that never touched the earth after the tree died naturally, enabling the aromatic oils and its healing properties to intensify even more. Due to this woodês rarity, these sticks are not always available.¾
Aroma: Woody resin.
Intention: Meditation, concentration, aromatherapy, energetic purification, attract positive energy, healing.
Sustainably harvested in the Amazon rainforest from trees that fell naturally, these premium sticks come from branches that never touched the earth, a rare process that intensifies the aromatic oils and strengthens the woodês properties. Due to its rarity, these sticks are not always available.
Name explanation: Palo Santo means –holy wood.” This name was given to this mystical tree when Spanish monks explored the Amazon, tested its qualities and realized its hidden properties.
Why customers love it: This is a rare, aromatic wood that has been used by Shamans for thousands of years. Shamans know that the Palo Santo branches that never touch the earth have the power to elevate the soul, as it is always inspiring to stay above the earthly plane.
Collection: Palo Santo
Collection Description: These naturally aromatic sticks were harvested sustainably in the South American rainforest from trees that fell naturally.
Packaging: Sticks are wrapped in tissue and stored in box-shaped package designed to hang from a rack. The packages are made from 100 percent recycled, unbleached cardboard decorated with an attention-grabbing South American design.
Manufacturing process: The wood is harvested from Palo Santo trees that died naturally in the Amazon rainforest. Strict local laws forbid logging Palo Santo.
Sustainability: Our Palo Santo wood is harvested only from trees that fell naturally, making the product sustainable as it does not interfere with the treesê natural cycle.
Charitable Cause: Prabhujiês Gifts supports Prabhuji¾Mission, a New York-based, nonprofit religious organization that is home to a spiritual community. The missionês volunteers perform devotional service to others, a yogic spiritual practice, and the mission runs humanitarian projects including: Prabhuji Food Rescue Program, in which the organization feeds people in need in the USA, Dominican Republic, Colombia and India. By purchasing Prabhujiês Gifts products, you help support these causes.
Amazonian Palo Santo wood.
How to use: Hold a piece of wood slightly upside down and light the tip until there is a small flame. After 1 minute, blow it out so only smoke is produced. Place it embers-up in a fireproof bowl and gently blow on the embers when needed. It may need to be re-lit several times.¾ Some prefer to keep small rocks in a fireproof bowl and the put the embers into the rock bed in order to put it out when finished. The stick can be reused several times until it is too small to burn.