Latin Name: Bursera graveolens
Growing Status: Harvested from fallen trees
1 oz. net wt. is approximately a 1.5” x 4” bundle
Palo Santo is pieces of wood from trees belonging to the aromatic Bursera family. Palo Santo means “holy wood” and is highly regarded by traditional cultures of Central America. When burned, the wood releases a spicy, woodsy aroma that is comforting, yet envisioning and transformative. Our Palo Santo only comes from trees that have naturally fallen.
The Artemisia Medley is bundled with colorful flowers and our local sagebrush species, Artemisia tridentata, which is hand-harvested by a Colorado wildcrafter. Our local Artemisia, commonly known as sagebrush, is part of a genus aromatic shrubs that grow across the...
Our Sandalwood powder is ethically harvested from Australia. When burned as a light incense, it imparts a welcoming aroma that has many uses including protection, relaxation, and meditation. Topically, Sandalwood has been used as a soothing anti-inflammatory, making it a...
Latin Name: Daemonorops draco Growing Status: Sustainably Wildcrafted 1 oz. net wt. is approximately 1/4 cup or 4 Tbsp. volume. Dragon’s Blood is an aromatic resin collected from rattan palm trees, native to southeast Asia. It has a deep, orangey-red color and is brittle and...