Palo Santo (Holy Wood) Stick
Traditionally harvested from sustainably sourced South American Palo Santo Bursera Graveolens. The Bursera Graveolens is NOT the endangered species we hear so much about that one is a mahogany type wood called Bulnesia Sarmientoi which was over-exploited through clear cutting and kiln drying practices.
The Bursera Graveolens is harvested providing sustainable livelihood for farmers supporting eco-friendly harvesting practices and reforestation projects in South America.
This aromatic wood has a citrus pine scent when burned on a 45 degree angle then extinguished it maintains a slow burn for 60-120 seconds due to it's high oil content. Burning Palo Santo (BG) can have the following effects on the user and space: