Palo Santo

Palo Santo, or Holy Stick, (Burseara Graveolens) is a natural wood aromatic incense used for centuries by the Incas and indigenous people of the Andes.

Palo Santo is a mystical tree that grows on the coast of South America and is related to Frankincense, Myrrh and Copal. In Spanish, the name literally means “Holy Wood”. It is part of the citrus family.

Palo Santo benefits include energetic protection, removal of bad energy, uplifting your spirits and filling your home with good fortune and luck. 



When it is burned, the smoke is believed to have medicinal and therapeutic healing power. It inspires creativity, clears negative energy and brings love and fortune.

Purchase Palo Santo through PayPal or my Etsy shop.  Blackwell Habitat

Sustainably wild harvested in Ecuador from naturally fallen trees and branches that lie dead for 4-10 years before harvested.

Aromatic properties derived from its resin.  Fragrance has healing properties.  Scent is rich, musky, sweet, citrus notes with hints of mint, frankincense + pine.


Palo Santo, Natural Incense

One bundle of six sticks of Palo Santo inside a drawstring muslin bag.


Burn one end for 30 seconds- 60 seconds and extinguish the flame. The scent will fill your space and then dissipate as stick smolders and cools. Place on a heat-resistant surface until cool. Keep out of reach of children, animals and flammable material.


Each bundle is placed in a cotton drawstring bag, perfect for holding other ceremony essentials.  Complimentary Matches for easy use in office, hotel or home.

Easily personalized.  Makes an excellent house warming gift.  Gift to bridal party or wedding guest.  Email me with bulk inquiries and personalization requests at



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