7 Palo Santo Sticks & 2 White Sage Lavender Eucalyptus Purple Sinuata Smudge


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Premium California White Sage. Each smudge stick is approximately 4 – 5 inches long. This sacred native herb is used for fragrance and purification, clearing negative energy and blessings – natural item so please allow for some variance from item to item.

-These white sage bundles are woven with lovely dried sinuata flowers.

The energy of the Sinuata flower is linked to remembrance, sympathy and success.

*The color purple signifies royalty, charm and grace.

*Eucalyptus enhances mental focus and clarity, purifies energy

*Lavender attracts loving energy while restoring emotional balance, cleanses, and creates a peaceful, harmonious atmosphere.


Stick Measure: 4.3 Inches / 10.16 cm. long by 0.4 Inches / 1cm. thickness approx

-7 FRESH PALO SANTO INCENSE STICKS just imported from Peru, Southamerica.

PALO SANTO (Bursera Graveolens) which in Spanish translates to Holy Wood, is the best, high quality incense stick. This wood is hand harvested and handcrafted by artisans, with no chemicals or oils added, producing natural, very fragrant resin.

This wood is sustainably harvested from sacred trees who have been naturally dead for 3-5 years in the tropical dry forests of Peru; It is described to have a fine aroma of cedar +citrus, considered unique and incomparable.


How to Use Palo Santo Stick:

-Hold the stick tilting down over a flame for about 30 seconds to a minute; you can use a lighter, match or even a candle. The more resin, the longer you’ll need to let it burn to ignite it properly as the resins burn off. Highly resinous sticks may drip, what may appear as an oil, from the wood as you light it. This does not mean it is dipped in oil; these are the natural resins inherent in the wood itself.

-Gently blow out the flame by either slightly moving the stick side to side or blowing on it carefully. When you first light the wood, it may burn with a black smoke as it is on fire. Once you blow it out, you will see the white “cleansing and fragrant” smoke. When lit on fire, it heats the oils inside the wood and releases them and burns off.

-The stick can then be placed on a holder, such as the Tagua holder, or dish or move around the area you wish to cleanse and allow the smoke to drift. Palo Santo sticks are not meant to be lit for a long period of time; if needed, you may relit the sticks as many times as needed. When the sticks are dark, burnt looking, they will work just as good and will be just as fragrant, if not more.


Common uses of Palo Santo:

Palo Santo is a sacred incense used by Andean and Amazonian shamans in Peru. Palo Santo has been used all over South America; the smoke of this wood for cleansing the energy of a person or a place, especially in ceremonies in the jungle. The smell of the Palo Santo puts you in a good meditative state. Drinking the tea of this wood is good for stimulating the immune system and fighting inflammation. Burning dried wood from the “mystical” palo santo tree and collecting its concentrated oils have been widely used in folk medicines and by shamans (“medicine men”) for centuries because of the tree’s perceived spiritual applications.

The wood from palo santo trees is also commonly burnt as incense and used to make a natural mosquito repellent (like citronella oil) because it possesses aromatic resins and volatile oils. Burned similarly to other incense, by lighting shavings of palo santo wood, the smell keeps bugs and spiritual “bad energy” away, according to mystics.