Sustainably sourced Palo Santo
Palo Santo translates to Holy Wood in Spanish. Palo Santo is often used by Amazonian shamans in sacred plant spirit ceremonies; the rising smoke of the lit sticks is believed to enter the energy field of ritual participants to clear misfortune, negative thoughts and to chase away evil spirits. Its use dates back to the ancient Incas
The wood is sourced from fallen branches or twigs from the tree and is regulated by the Government in Peru to prevent over harvesting. Our Palo Santo is sourced from a 50 acre farm in Ecuador that contains both naturally occurring and replanted Palo Santo.