Palo Santo Products

Sweet Palo Santo was named by Spanish monks "The Wood of the Saints" and simply "holy wood". The Incans called it "Curndero"

During the 15th century Incan Empire, shamen used Palo Santo in daily rituals as a tool to ward off evil and cleanse the land of negative spirits. The dense smoke provided purification and set the tone for meditation practices.

Palo Santo wood is harvested under government supervision by locals in the jungles of South American countries. Palo Santo trees often drop their twigs and branches and the wood is collected from the ground. No trees are destroyed in the collection of our wood.

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