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Palo santo wood (ethically sourced)

£9.00

Palo santo wood (ethically sourced)

£9.00

Sold as a bundle (about 3 sticks)

My collection of Palo Santo Wood has been harvested by a group of indigenous people, authorized by the Ecuadorian government to insure its sustainability.  The wood only comes from fallen branches/trees.  

Palo Santo is a mystical tree that grows on the coast of South America. In Spanish, the name means “Holy Wood”. The wood when burned gives off a heavenly scent.

Palo Santo has been used in ceremony and ritual since the time of the Inca civilisation. Shamans and Medicine people have used the wood for hundreds of years to ward off mala energy (bad energy), and to create medicines to improve mood and to help alleviate health problems related to moods, such as those of the stomach, the heart, and of the respiratory system. It can be simmered in hot water and drunk as a healing tea, especially for colds and calming the nervous system. It contains very high levels of D-Limonene which is a powerful anti-oxidant.

This wood is wild crafted and sustainably harvested. This insures a high quality product cared for with Love and Respect for Mother Nature.

Use the wood to elevate your sense, raise your vibration, and tap into the Source of ancient wisdom before a meditation or a creative session.

Palo Santo also makes for a great travel companion, the fresh smelling smoke with hints of mint and citrus can help to keep away mosquitoes and other flying insects.

Use a candle, match or lighter to ignite your stick of Palo Santo. Hold at about a 45 degree angle pointing the tip down toward the flame. Allow it to burn for about 30 secs to 1 minute and then blow out. Move about your workspace, home, car, bathroom or anywhere you would like to clear the energy. The rich smell will also bring peace and clarity to the moment along with good feelings . When finished, place the stick in a fire proof bowl of metal, glass or clay. The glow will end on its own unless you blow on the ember which will keep the smoke going. Always use caution and respect when working with fire.