Palo Santo is a cousin of Frankincense. It is used for smudging and essential oils purposes.
Product of Ecuador
It’s the same Palo Santo you love, but in a thinner form factor for easy ignition. Very fragnant.
Some people prefer not to ignite these slivers and shavings at all, but rather will put them in their shirt breast pockets for good luck.
Do you ever walk into a herbal/wellness store and just love the smell and can’t put your finger on what it is? Smell a bag of this fresh Palo Santo and you’ve found it.
Price per 50g bag.
Yana Vodovska –
Honestly I did not like the form factor. The palo santo itself is top quality, however the thinner sticks were not as convenient for walking around a room with a wand smudging. if you want one big long lasting chunk of wood then these are not the best. If you just want to aromatize your room then you should be good.
Smells like turpentine. The oil is basically bleeding out of the bark. The raw wood is smelling like a bottle of palo santo essential oil