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Sandalwood Palo Santo Makko Incense

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One of Incausa's latest collections of incense has a warm and woodsy scent handmade of Makko, a Japanese cedar, and the ancient Holy Wood Palo Santo. This combination is Makko, Palo, and Sandalwood. Ensuring fair trade practices from sourcing to fulfillment, Incausa coordinates the creation of hand made incense in South America. This product is free of chemicals, synthetic perfumes, and dyes.

Cultivation: Palo Santo is a heavily endangered and revered wood so we made it our mission to work directly with a company that ensures the Palo Santo is cultivated and harvested from approved farms by SERFOR protective services of flora and fauna in Perú. The sticks are harvested from fallen wood to ensure quality and respect for the laws to prevent profiteering from illegal harvests.

Suggested Use: Use to clear and ground energy, and to connect with the earth! It can also be used when energy needs to be cleared in the space or on yourself. Excellent to cleanse for rituals like divination as well as meditation, yoga, and other practices. Do not leave burning and unattended. Do not use irresponsibly, respect its history.

Size: 7 incense sticks, 40 minute burning time (73 grams).

Meet the Maker: Incausa is a Brooklyn based for-profit company working directly with indigenous communities. Their indigenous pro-bono mission transforms customers to benefactors which allow for sustainable giving versus fundraising! When you purchase any indigenous piece you are directly supporting the marketplace's existence and a sustainable chain of commerce! This offers economic autonomy to indigenous artisans. Incausa works with these and more indigenous communities: The Xavante, Yanomami, Mehinako, Yawalapiti, Kraho, Cinta Larga, Kaiapoi, and more