Palo Santo With Sandalwood
This combination of two sacred trees, Palo Santo and Sandalwood, causes a transformative resonance with the spiritual seeker, inviting clarity, relaxation, purification, and a renewed positive outlook on the journey of life. The fragrance, both delicate and profound, emanates waves of sweetness, softness, and warmth, accompanied by whispers of oriental spices that stir the depths of your senses.
Incense qualities: Purifying, Calming, Spiritual, Healing, Grounding
Palo Santo and Sandalwood Incense Sticks
Sandalwood, revered by ancient Buddhist traditions for its ability to quiet the restless mind and alleviate anxiety, imparts a profound sense of calm and purification. Its association with the root chakra further enhances its healing properties, grounding and aligning the spiritual essence. The incense sticks from Sagrada Madre are hand-rolled in Argentina following old artisanal traditions, are fully vegan, and consist of natural, ethically harvested ingredients.
In the beautiful box from Sagrada Madre, you will find eight sturdy incense sticks made of Palo Santo and Sandalwood. Each stick burns for about 50 minutes, giving you ample time to enjoy the pure scent and the soothing ambience these sacred trees bring with them.
About Palo Santo
Lighting a palo santo (holy wood) incense stick is a sacred and purifying ritual. For centuries, Palo Santo has been used by various ancient cultures to promote a sense of peace and well-being, while it attracts positive, healing, and harmonious energies to both spaces and individuals experiencing the aroma.
Discover Sagrada Madre: Innovative Incense and Smudge Products
The products of Sagrada Madre are unique. This is clearly visible in the appearance of the incense itself, which is natural, a bit jagged, and handmade. But it is especially the scent that stands out: full, authentic, and accompanied by beautiful white smoke. Sagrada Madre means "holy mother earth" and is an Argentinian family business that engages in conscious farming, organic products, and fair and sustainable work. The company also has its own project to replant Palo Santo trees in their natural vegetation in South America.