Its name comes from a peculiarity related to its flowering, which occurs on Christmas day.
The Palo Santo wood is harvested naturally, with full respect for the environment and the tree itself. We use branches already fallen to the ground from 4 to 10 years and dried naturally.
The aromatic stick obtained from this plant is used by letting its end burn until a bit of embers and scented smoke is obtained. Each stick can be re-ignited several times.
It gives off an intense and pleasant scent, inhibits the spreading of bad smells, promotes meditation and relaxation, purifies environments.
Name: Palo Santo – Bursera graveolens
Origin: Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru and Brazil
Ideal for: energizing and purifying. Traditionally used in rituals