Burning Palo Santo Wood is an ancient tradition, used for thousands of years by the Inca Indians.
This "Holy Wood' is burned by healers and shamans during their rituals and ceremonies. As as remover of bad energies and source of energetic protection, it fills your space with a wonderful aroma.
Palo Santo is considered a sacred wood and is harvested under the supervision of the Peruvian government from their jungles. No trees are cut down or destroyed to collect the wood, the sticks are sourced from fallen trees and branches.
The sticks are approximately 4" long x 1/2" thick, and come in a bag of five.
To enjoy, light one end. The wood will burn for a few seconds and then extinguish itself, filling your room with its essence. Palo Santo is also fragrant when burned in a fireplace.