Palo Santo means "holy wood" in Spanish. It's wood from a tree call Bursera graveolens; which is related to Frankincense, Myrrh and Copal. Not to be confused with smudging with sage which is uniquely a North American indigenous people's practice. The ritual of burning Palo Santo comes from an Incan tradition in South America. South American shamans believed burning Palo Santo had similar properties capable of resetting energy that was tainted by negativity or conflict. It also is thought to neutralize issues before they ever start.
If sage isn't your thing or if you looking to switch up your aromatherapy routine and still benefit from the effects that came with smudging Palo Santo is a excellent alternative. With notes of pine and lemon it's hard to go wrong with our Palo Santo Wood Smudging Sticks. Purchase yours today and feel the negativity rise up and disappear like smoke.
- 6 wood pieces of varying sizes and shapes