Sustainably harvested from naturally fallen trees in South America, the aroma of pure Palo Santo helps to promote feelings of peace, clarity and calm.
- Palo Santo: Similar to incense, this fragrant wood of citrus + cedar fills any space with an aroma that cleanses, uplifts and purifies.
- Hold a stick of Palo Santo at a 45-degree angle over an open flame until the wood catches fire. Allow it to burn for about a minute until the flame goes out naturally. Place the Palo Santo in a small fire-safe bowl (or walk with the wood throughout your home, office or even your van!) and let the fragrant, cleansing smoke linger in your space.
INGREDIENTS: Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens)*
*Non-endangered species of Palo Santo sustainably sourced in Ecuador from naturally fallen trees.
I've only enjoyed Palo Santo at spas and certain fitness studios, but I love having this at home, especially during the COVID-19 epidemic and quarantine. It is a calming scent and brings positive energy into our NYC apartment.
I really enjoy the warm calming essence of burning Palo Santo. It lasts forever! Just be careful not to let the wood be ‘lit’ for too long, or it gets too strong. That’s the beauty of its effectiveness- a little bit goes a long way
I wanted to like this, I really did. The smell is very odd, and it gives me a huge headache. Also, when burning, ashes fly through the air and land all over everything. It's just not for me.
Always been a fan of PP Palo Santo sticks, but never realized how well they work to control flies! All summer long we’ve been bombarded in our backyard by house flies, almost to the point where we can’t enjoy it. I started burning PP’s Palo Santo and was shocked that they totally evacuated the area for a couple hours. Love this non toxic and non harmful solution for moving flies out.
I love the smell but I can’t keep it lit. Any suggestions?
Hi Stacey! If the flame is going out before it's been a minute, feel free to relight the wood (holding the flame over it just until it catches). Hope that helps, but please feel free to reach out at email@example.com if you have any other questions! xoxo