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Palo Santo, Spanish for "holy wood," refers to a tree native to South America, particularly found in Ecuador and Peru. The scientific name is Bursera graveolens. The wood from this tree is renowned for its aromatic properties and has been used traditionally by indigenous cultures for spiritual and medicinal purposes. Often burned as incense, Palo Santo is believed to cleanse and purify spaces, ward off negative energies, and promote a sense of calm and well-being. The sweet and uplifting fragrance has made Palo Santo popular in wellness practices and spiritual rituals around the world. It has gained attention for its sustainable harvesting practices, contributing to its increasing popularity in various cultural and spiritual contexts.   (it also repels bugs!)  

These bundles are simple and straightforward and contain 5 sticks, tied with a natural jute string.

Palo Santo stick bundles

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