Wanchako Palo Santo Incense // Peru


Artisanal Ecological Incense 

As an enlightened being who seeks to lift the vibration of the universe, I invite you to indulge in the heavenly aroma of Madame Formtastica’s favorite Artisanal Ecological Incense. This divine fragrance has been carefully crafted to immerse you in the positive energy and sacred vibrations of nature.

Our 100% natural Wanchako Palo Santo Incense from Peru has been ethically sourced from fallen branches of the non-endangered Bursera Graveolens tree. This holy wood has been used for centuries by Shamans to purify and sanctify spaces, attracting good fortune and healing energy.

Its sweet, woody fragrance will leave you craving for more, filling your senses with tranquility and peace. Let this magical incense bless your life with physical and emotional wellness, immersing you in the divine light and love of the universe.

Join Madame Formtastica in her love for this delicious Artisanal Ecological Incense, and allow yourself to experience the beauty and magic of Palo Santo. You deserve to fill your life with positive vibrations and invite the blessings of the universe. But be warned: it shall leave you yearning for more.

See below for information about Palo Santo & Smoke Cleansing Rituals.

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Palo Santo
“Holy Wood” in Spanish, Palo Santo is a wild tree with a strong spirit used for thousands of years by Shamans in South America to heal bring good well-being and add positive energy/blessings to a space. It has a citrus aroma which helps to calm the mind.

Product specifications:

– Each pack contains 4 rolls of incense
– Rolls are 5cm long by 1.5cm in diameter
– Burn time: 25 minutes. Rolls can also be split into 2 or 3 parts.
– Easy light
– 100% natural incense made of palo santo wood (Bursera Graveolens)*

*Palo Santo is an umbrella term used to describe a variety of botanicals such as Bursera Graveolens, Bulnesia Sarmientoi (also known as Verawood) and Guaiacum (often abbreviated to Guaiac) which is where much of the confusion has begun. Only Bulnesia Sarmientoi (Verawood) and Guaiacum (Guaiac) are listed as an endangered species. Bursera Graveolens is not listed as an endangered species or filed on CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora).

Palo Santo from the Bursera Graveolens tree is not cut from living trees. This is a prohibited practice as the species is considered sacred. The holy wood is harvested only if it has fallen naturally. The fallen wood then needs 3 to 5 years of drying to produce the right conditions for the oils to be released and for it to burn and smoke correctly. These trees are still considered vulnerable and a lot is being done to support the many small communities which rely on the industry.

How to Smudge & Smoke Cleanse
If you would like to learn more about how to perform your own Smudging and Smoke Cleansing Rituals you can visit our blog which also contains a free downloadable guide.
>> Step-by-Step Guide to Smoke Cleansing Blog
>> Download Full Guide

Additional information

Weight 0.011 kg

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