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Palo Santo

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The incense of Palo Santo , that is the aromatic stick obtained from this plant and suitable to be burned, is used by letting the tip burn until a little embers and fragrant smoke are obtained. Each stick can be used several times, in particular for:

  • Releasing an intense and pleasant fragrance.
  • Keep away mosquitoes, flies and other insects.
  • Inhibit the spread of bad odors and bacteria.
  • Promote meditation and relaxation.
  • Purify the environments of negativity.

Pack of 3 pcs


Ignite with a common lighter and make the flame for a couple of seconds before turning it off. Allow the released smoke to perfume the room by placing the wood on a stand or saucer. After a few minutes the smoke will go out by itself, you can light it several times or if necessary.


Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens) is a tropical tree that grows spontaneously in some areas of Central and South America and that is cultivated in the regions of Ecuador and Peru. Its name derives from a peculiarity linked to its flowering, which takes place on Christmas day. The harvesting of its wood, considered beneficial, almost sacred, takes place in a particular way to preserve this protected plant.

According to traditional use, the use of the Palo Santo is aimed above all at countering those negative energies that can be the origin of physical ailments of which no other causes have been identified or negative psychological conditions, such as depression, sadness and bad mood. According to the original worldview of some South American populations, Palo Santo protects both adults and infants from "bad energy" and "white planga", negative energies that are believed to cause evil eye and disease when entering. in contact with strangers.

Palo Santo is used to replace real incense to purify domestic environments, ward off mosquitoes and other insects without violence, even exposing small children's clothing and diapers to smoke, to protect them from bites. It is used in both secular and religious ceremonies, in some cases even by the Catholic Church.