Palo Santo Incense Sticks
Handcrafted by Rituals Incense in Tucson, Arizona.
14 Palo Santo incense sticks.
Each stick is around 4 inches.
Rituals Incense partners directly with small, authorized independent farmers in Ecuador who are committed to preserving Palo Santo and the biodiversity of the dry forests where it thrives. By choosing this incense, you are supporting ethical labor practices, the planting of Palo Santo seedlings every year, and the prevention of deforestation in the region. *Certified ethically sourced Palo Santo (Bursera Graveolens).
Palo Santo (meaning "holy wood") is a tree that is native to Ecuador, Peru and parts of the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. Palo Santo has a spiritual history dating back to the Incan era and has been used in healing and spiritual ceremonies for centuries by Indigenous Latin American cultures.
When burned, Palo Santo releases an invigorating yet grounding scent with notes of citrus, pine and mint. For hundreds of years, Shamans and healers have burned the wood during rituals to cleanse negative energy, dispel evil spirits and purify the air. Palo Santo is also known to soothe cold & flu symptoms, depression, emotional pain, headaches and other ailments. We love burning it in our shop for a sense of calm.