The Palo Santo Sticks will vary in length from 4.5-5 inches.
The name Palo Santo means “Holy Wood” (Bursera Graveolens) has a pleasing citrus aroma with underlying notes of frankincense, its close relative, and has also been described as warm, delicately sweet, and rosy-woodsy. Our palo santo sticks are sustainably wild harvested from naturally fallen trees and fallen branches.
In Northern Peru, where Bursera's Palo Santo is harvested, there are strict government laws in place to protect the trees. These laws outline that living trees cannot be cut down, but rather twigs and branches that have naturally fallen are collected after sitting on the forest floor for a minimum of three years.