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Palo Santo raises your vibration to give you a little kick to start your day. A Morning Smudging Ritual with @ashneese.

from Energy Muse Jewelry

Palo Santo Incense Cones

When burned, Palo Santo smoke is believed to have medicinal and therapeutic healing power. It also inspires creativity & clears negative energy. #palosanto


Breath in the beauty of this Beautiful Peruvian Palo Santo wood. It has long been cherished by local cultures for its sweet, warm fragrance and deeply purifying properties.


A mystical tree grows in South America known as Palo Santo, or Holy Wood. Related to Frankincense, Myrrh, and Copal, this aromatic wood has been used for thousands of years by shamans and the Incas, often burned for space clearing and in ceremonies. Believed to be energetically cleansing, its smoke may remind you of citrus, mint, and/or neroli. |

from Etsy

Sac of Palo Santo with Intention


If you were to stumble upon a palo santo tree while trekking around the Amazon rainforest, it likely wouldn’t be a jaw-dropping visual experience. Palo santo branches can look a little gnarly after...


Here's a great oil that most people don't know much about. Palo Santo Essential oil can only be extracted from dead trees and fallen branches using “Vapor Distillation” without the use of dangerous chemicals or solvents. This insures a high quality product cared for with Love and Respect.


Clearing Space With Palo Santo and Reiki Symbols | from Reiki Rays ~ Palo Santo is a mystical tree which grows along the coast of South America. The wood is naturally fragrant and related to frankincense, another of mother nature’s high vibrational aromatic gifts. The indigenous people of the Andes have used palo santo for centuries as a spiritual remedy for purifying and cleansing and as a medicinal

from Atomic Garden

Palo Santo Sticks

Palo Santo "Holy Stick" from Ecuador is a natural wood aromatic incense used for centuries by the Incas and indigenous people of the Andes for purifying and cleansing. The Palo Santo sticks are sustainably harvested from naturally fallen trees