Sustainable Palo Santo Incense Bundle
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Sustainable Palo Santo Incense
Highly Fragrant | Sustainable Source | Premium quality
Evoke a weightless cloud of calm.
Harvested without injuring living trees — We partner directly with a small, sustainable farm in Ecuador where our palo santo is carefully selected from the fallen limbs and dead trees found in the costal forest, before being hand-cut into our premium incense sticks.
Our partner farm practices ethical and suitable harvesting, but they also operate their own reforestation initiative with local community members and university students. In the last 5 years they have planted over 11,000 Palo Santo trees and thousands more native species back into their costal Ecuadorian forests.
Your purchase of this Palo Santo helps directly support our partner farms in their reforestation efforts.
Use for: evoking calm, meditation, or energetic cleansing
- 6 sticks
- Sustainable & Ethical Source
- Species: Bursera Graveolens
- Origin: Ecuador
- Measures approx. 10cm x 1cm x 1 cm ( ~6 grams each )
How to Use
How to use:
Ignite one end of your palo santo, and allow the flame to burn for approximately 15-30seconds.
Extinguish and place on a heat-safe dish. Enjoy as incense.
Authentic Palo Santo is slow burning, and will self-extinguish in a matter of minutes. Re-ignite as desired.
For more information on how to use Palo Santo, Read our article here.
Crafted from nature, our fragrances are made from simple, trusted ingredients: Pure essential oils, botanical extracts and organic carriers. Our goal is to create a gentle, peaceful aroma to reconnect with the beauty of the nature.
- No aroma-chemicals
- No additives
- No phthalates and parabens
- No Synthetics
Direct Farm Partnerships
Made using a wildcrafted Palo Santo from the heart of the coastal Ecuadorian forests.
We've spent years searching for the right Palo Santo, sampling from many from different companies. But none were able to capture the true ethereal, balanced aroma of Palo Santo. Until I finally found my partner farmers in Ecuador, who not only have the highest quality Palo Santo I’ve ever experienced – but are also fiercely committed to sustainability and reforestation.
In the past 5 years, they have worked with local college students and volunteers, teaching them indigenous agriculture methods while planting over 11,000 new Palo Santo trees back into the coastal rainforests of Ecuador.