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PALO SANTO - Cones

Palo Santo is a mystical tree that grows on the coast of South America. In Spanish the name literally means "Holy Tree". Its scent is a combination of sweet rose-resin notes, mint and citrus.

Weight: approx. 70g

Some of the cones may be crumbling, then the resulting sawdust should be burned on the tribal coal.

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The magic of Palo Santo has its source in the alchemical process, which begins when the tree dies. In order to fully obtain its magical and healing properties, the tree must die, but it is not a mere beheading - only the natural death of an old, wise tree.

Palo Santo trees have been growing for 80-90 years. After "death", the tree must remain in its natural environment for 4 to 10 years to complete its metamorphosis. Only then his sacred, healing and mystical qualities come alive.

Palo Santo has been used for thousands of years by shamans and healers in Peru and Ecuador. To this day, traveling through the Andes, you can still meet shamans and healers using Palo Santo as part of their healing rituals and ceremonies.

Palo Santo has even attracted the attention of Western scientists due to its chemical properties including limonene and monoterpenes, which are the essence of research in terms of their possible anti-cancer properties. It is really amazing that this Holy Tree thanks to its aroma released during combustion not only provides energy protection and removes bad energy but also raises the spirits, brings happiness, relieves headaches and also simply repels mosquitoes.

Palo Santo is also an important element used in the Ayahuasca ceremony.

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Palo Santo - Cones 20 pieces

Palo Santo - Cones 20 pieces

PALO SANTO - Cones

Palo Santo is a mystical tree that grows on the coast of South America. In Spanish the name literally means "Holy Tree". Its scent is a combination of sweet rose-resin notes, mint and citrus.

Weight: approx. 70g

Some of the cones may be crumbling, then the resulting sawdust should be burned on the tribal coal.