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Palo Santo means “Holy Wood” and is used in cleansing and purifying rituals in much the same way as White Sage is used for smudging.  It is a wonderful, deeply aromatic, sweet wood which has been used by the Incas and people of the Andes for many centuries.  Its purpose is to keep energies grounded, purify and cleanse, to get rid of negative energies/entities and influences, invite positive energy and intentions to take their place, and its smoke is believed by many to have healing and therapeutic powers.  Each stick varies in size and shape as this is a natural product.


Tip:  The fresh, pleasant smoke is also helpful in keeping away mosquitos and other flying insects!

Palo Santo Stick

  • My goal is to make you happy, and I back that up with my return policy.  If you're not pleased with your purchase, or the item was damaged during shipping, just contact me within 30 days and I'll give you a full refund.  While I hope it doesn't come to that, I'll try to make it as painless as possible.  


    Simply return the item and once it is received a refund will be issued immediately.  The refund will be returned in the manner it was paid (credited back to credit/debit cards, PayPal, etc).


    *Only purchases made directly from Trinity Healing qualify for the 30 day refund.  Refunds do not apply to animal communication, energy healing, or wire wrapping services.

  • Each piece of Palo Santo is approximatley 2 inches long.  Please note each stick varies in size and shape as this is a natural product.

    Directions for using your Palo Santo:

    Use a candle, match or lighter to ignite your stick of Palo Santo.  Hold at about a 45 degree angle pointing the tip down toward the flame.  Allow it to burn for about 30 seconds to 1 minute and then blow out the flame.  The stick will continue to smoke.  Move about your workspace, home, car, or anywhere you would like to clear the energy and set positive intentions.  Your Palo Santo may be reused many times, so when finished, place the stick in a fire proof container, and make sure the embers are fully extinguished before leaving the room.  Always use caution and respect when working with fire.

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