Palo Santo is a revered wood in South America, rich in history and significance.It's used for purification, health, and calling in blessings. It's name translates to holywood and it's been used by shamans and healers for centuries. Traditionally harvested from dead trees or downed branches, the smoke from Palo Santo has a fragrant scent with citrus gingery notes. Burn Palo Santo in the same way that you would a smudge stick or incense. Light the end, blow out the flame after about 30 seconds, and allow it to smolder. You can walk around your space with the Palo Santo or set it in a fireproof bowl filled with sand and allow it to burn. It's helpful to set an intention by focusing on the blessings the Palo Santo can bring.
Always be vigilant to ensure that no stray sparks fall and to ensure that the Palo Santo is completely extinguished when finished, and, of course, never leave it unattended. You can use Palo Santo sticks several times.