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Clarifying, uplifting and protective, Palo Santo wood is collected from the aged fallen branches of the sacred Bursera Graveloens tree found in South America. Palo Santo Wood should be handled and used only with the utmost respect, with its use being traced back to the ancient Incan Empire. Palo Santo continues to be a deeply honoured part of ceremony, prayer and healing for many cultures. When translated from Spanish, Palo Santo means "Wood of the Saints" or "Sacred Wood" and when burned has a distinct sweet aromatic smoke, with notes of pine, mint, and lemon.

Palo Santo Chips

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