Burseara Graveolens or "Holy Wood" tree grows on the cost of South America and is related to frankincense, myrrh and copal. Used as incense and smudging for centuries by the Incas and other cultures as a spiritual remedy, Palo Santo creates a pleasant, fresh smelling smoke with hints of mint and citrus and underlying notes of frankincense.
Thought to purge bad spirits, it is also said that Palo Santo enhances creativity and brings good fortune. Peruvians harvest fallen branches and twigs so trees are not cut for wood harvesting.
Sizes of sticks vary slightly as this is a natural product. Priced per stick.