Palo Santo Stick
Palo Santo is a sacred tree with many benefits that grows in the Dry Tropical Forests of South America, primarily Ecuador and Peru. Indigenous Latin American cultures have used its wood in traditional healing and spiritual ceremonies for centuries. A cousin of both frankincense and myrrh, palo santo literally means "holy wood". When it burns, the aromatic wood releases lemon, mint, and pine notes—an invigorating andgrounding fragrance.
Shamans and healers, traditionally used the energizing and healing properties of palo santo to purify air, dispel evil spirits, and cleanse negative energy. The wood has also long been used therapeutically to soothe cold and flu symptoms, depression, emotional pain, and other ailments. It's said that burning Palo Santo is conducive to meditation and relaxation and that it both enhances creativity and brings good luck.
Each stick is roughly 3.5"-4" long