Harvested from a tree called Bursera graveolens, nicknamed Palo Santo, that grows in South America. For centuries, Palo Santo, which translated means “holy wood,” has been burned as an energy cleanser.
Palo Santo is said to reset negative energy and spaces tainted with conflict, it can help as a preventative measure as well. It even has the power to attract sacredness and benevolence to a space, according to shamanic practioners.
Smoke density: mild
Never leave burning herbs or wood unattended. Always burn on a fire proof receptacle.