- From the rainforests in Ecuador.
- Considered by many to be a Holy Wood.
- When burned, give off a warm and delicately sweet rosy-woodsy aroma.
- Burning Palo Santo has been used by the Incas of ancient times for purifying, cleansing, and as a spiritual remedy.
- Palo Santo is a protected resource in Ecuador and is harvested only from fallen branches and dead wood.
- Light for a few seconds, or until it begins to cherry. Leaving Palo Santo on fire and longer than necessary to produce a cherry will degrade the quality of the smoke.
- Blow out flame and increase smoke by blowing on stick or moving it through air.
- Surround yourself, others, or a space with the smoke.
- Can be used to “scrub” an aura.