Palo Santo Smudge Stick Small
Palo santo is a sacred South American holy wood known to promote joy, reduce stress, and enhance clarity. Burn Palo Santo to cleanse your space of negative energies and bring a spiritual calm to your surroundings.
This listing is for one ethically sourced Palo Santo stick. Approx 5 grams and 3in in length by .56 in wide and .25in deep. Larger sticks are available on another listing along with other energy clearing tools.
If you were looking for ways to keep your crystals high vibe, Palo Santo is one of the best ways to clear negative collected energy. When you wear crystal jewelry, it acts as a filter and collects energy good and bad. So cleansing your spiritual tools is needed to keep them working at their highest vibes.
Smudging has been around for thousands of years and is in my opinion a therapeutic practice. ⠀
What is smudging? It's a method used to clear your living space and crystals of unwanted energy using the smoke from a kindled Palo Santo. The smoke from Palo Santo actually changes the ionic composition of the air, and can help lower stress levels.
Palo Santo, is similar to sage smudging but a very different smell if you like kindled wood smell as opposed to the pungent smell of sage. The main difference between the two is that sage removes all energy good and bad whereas Palo Santo only removes the bad energy.
When smudging, lite the tip until it ignites, blow out the flame and as the smoke billows, fan the smoke toward you using either your hand or a feather.
It's best to not stamp out the embers, but to let the smoke die down on its own. Let it chose when the negative space is cleared. Always crack a window when smudging so the negative energy has a space to leave and is not trapped in your house. ⠀
If you've heard the rumor that Palo Santo is going extinct, read this article to clear up confusion. The Palo Santo used for smudging or energy clearing is a completely different species.
We work only with suppliers who sustainably source and harvest highly resinous Palo Santo sticks from fallen Bursera Graveolens trees and branches along the Peruvian Coast.