Translated to “holy wood” in Spanish, palo santo comes from a sweet, fragrant tree in South America. For centuries, Incas, Shamans, and medicine people have been harvesting wood from fallen trees and using it for energy clearing, healing, and spiritual cleansing.
Today, the simple-yet-mystical tradition of burning wood and herbs (also known as smudging) has evolved into a daily ritual for anyone looking to attract and maintain good vibes. The clarifying smoke released from smudging emits negative ions that can uplift your mood and purify people, places, and objects from negative energy.
Use a candle, match, or lighter to ignite your stick of palo santo. Hold at about a 45-degree angle pointing the tip down toward the flame. Allow it to burn for about 30 seconds and then blow out. Let the smoke fill anywhere you want to clear the energy.
One order = three palo santo sticks.