Amazon Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens) cured wood splits, 50 gram bag

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Split pieces of windfall holy wood from the Peruvian Amazon are delightfully aromatic.  Simply light the stick, blow out, and it smolders for some time–imparting its excellent aroma to everything in the vicinity and helping calm and soothe the spirit.  The pieces in this earth-friendly cellophane bag are 4 inches long and may be split again if desired.

appx. 4 pieces/50 gram bag


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  1. Nancy Lyles

    Responsibly Harvested

    Nancy Lyles

    Strictly Medicinals practices consistent integrity, responsibility, respect for the sacredness of all species. This palo santo is windfall harvested! Wonderful ally for purification, calming, centering.

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    • Richo Cech

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      Woke before dawn, meditated, and went into one of the big greenhouses. I have lights in there, and an ongoing project, moving around some bigger plants (curry leaf trees, jatropha, coral trees, etc.) and cleaning out an area to set in a couple more grow tables with lights. Well one thing surely leads to another and I ended up repotting these huge trees in drums, giving them fresh soil and nutrients, and at the same time battling the he-shou-wu vines that were taking over. . . everything. My mind naturally coursed over the “invasive plants” issue because looking at it one way, a person could say the he-shou-wu was an “invader” and lessening the vitality of other plants and making a lot of work for me, but then that’s not the way I saw it, just engaging my role as gardener, evenating the forces, giving opportunity for all, every plant in its place, every place sacred. On a practical level this means pulling a lot of he-shou-wu vines, clipping and pruning, picking up trash, mixing soil, pulling big trees out of barrels, replanting them with the soil level up to the top, etc. etc. In the midst of all this, I came across some mature he-shou-wu tubers and stopped up short. “Wow, its the medicine!” And the realization popped up, if we see this all as sacred, then the medicine is revealed! I came back in and a very kind person had left this comment on our website: “respect for the sacredness of all species” and I thought, wow, she’s on the same wavelength, thanks for the spontaneous confirmation!

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