Palo Santo Sticks Wholesale from Peru (Thin Stick)
It grows in South America; the people have been using Palo Santo for many years in natural medicine and pre-Hispanic. The countries that have this natural resource are mainly Ecuador and Peru, among which you can find different entire forests of Palo Santo.
It is important to note that Palo Santo is currently not in danger of extinction; Extraction and export require different documents to prevent its indiscriminate cut. It is the reason that Palo Santo is a “protected species.”
At Gate Export, we offer high-quality Palo Santo from the northern region of Peru. Each piece of wood has some control and quality evaluation; we also provide each client with advice and the corresponding documentation for export.
We handle different couriers to send the Palo Santo Sticks; however, we have a reasonably close commercial relationship with DHL as it is a highly reliable company internationally, we offer special prices for each shipment. However, if you have another shipping company, we can work with it without any problem.
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Palo Santo Sticks is the name to dry wood from the Bursera Graveonels tree species. This wood generally has fines for warding off bad energy, cleaning homes and offices. Palo Santo is a part of rituals in various religions and some disciplines such as yoga, reiki, and meditation.
Is it safe to buy Palo Santo?
Definitely yes. Gate Export is currently one of the companies in Peru who have the authority to sell Palo Santo is because we comply with all the environmental regulations established by the authorities. Each Bursera Graveolens stick we obtain we do responsibly and help the entire community in the region obtain it.
By order of Palo Santo, not only do they require a natural product. You are helping hundreds of indigenous communities to develop and continue planting and working our lands.
Is this woodcut?
No, the communities’ job direct to select dry (dead) wood found in the forest.
Firstly, We could not offer cut wood, mainly because it violates our ecological values and also is not legal by the authorities.
In addition to cut wood, despite having a highly concentrated smell, its properties are lost after a few hours. Unlike dry wood, its aroma and properties last for a long time, and with its incenses, essences and perfumes are made. If you want to know more information about Palo Santo Sticks, please read this article for NY Times. Is Palo Santo endangered?