Palo santo is a rare and delicious smelling relative of Frankincense that grows in South America. Sacred to the Inca and Aztec, it is used both as a medicine of protection and to welcome positive energy. Its sweet scent of pine, mint, and lemon clarifies and heals.

How to use:

Light one end of the stick, then blow out the flame and allow it to smolder. It can also be burned on charcoals or placed on a ceramic dish.

Drink these calming teas while burning Palo Santo:

Lavender CrÚme Brûlée

American Wildflower

Wild Strawberry

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published

.template-index .site-header .site-nav__link:hover { color: #678d57 !important; }