Palo Santo is a tree native to the rainforests of Ecuador and Peru, in the same family of trees of Myrrh and Frankincense. It’s name translates to “Holy Wood”, and it has been used by the native shamans for thousands of years. Palo Santo can only be properly harvested when a tree has naturally died and left for a number of years and it is regulated by local governments.
Each 15g box contains a unique hand-packaged pouch of sticks (approx 10 sticks / pack), tied with string and embellished with a feather. The sticks are created using the traditional ‘masala’ method of combining ground aromatic ingredients into a paste and hand rolling them around an inner bamboo stick (unlike mass-produced sticks that are ‘dipped’ into harsh chemical fragrances).
* Ethically Produced * Child Labour Free * Eco Friendly Packaging – No Plastic * Handcrafted in India