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We are pleased to offer this wonderful high quality resin incense, Breuezinho, also known as Breu Claro in Portuguese. Its soft fragrance is very refreshing and good for power cleansing. Like all fragrant tree resins, it is important for ceremonial, spiritual and medicinal purposes. This resin is harvested by Indians in the Amazon Rainforest. It is believed to treat inflammatory conditions and hasten wound repairApplication: burns very well on charcoal. Also ideal for mixing with other incense. Packaged in a 2.5 inch round metal tin. Harvested in Brazil.
Copal Negro(Protium Grandifolium) a premium copal resin from Peru, which originates from a completely different tree than the lighter Copals. Copal Negro produces a complex, multi-layered scent that is very pleasant and jovial. Used for cleansing, balance, clarity and protection and is sacred to the indigenous cultures of the Central and South Americas. Contains both nuggets and powder.
A package containing 6 four inch sticks of handmade Peruvian incense. The rich, sweet scent of a mixture of palmetto, palo santo and other herbs from Peru make this a wonderfully calming incense for meditation, prayers, or simply to scent a room. Each stick can be extinguished and re-lit many times.
Here is another great way to use Palo Santo - in convenient cones! Just light it and enjoy the pure scent of Palo Santo as it burns. Each cone lasts for about 10 minutes.
(Burseara Graveolens) Palo Santo or "Holy Stick" is a natural wood aromatic incense used for centuries by the Incas and indigenous people of the Andes as a spiritual remedy for purifying and cleansing; to get rid of evil spirits and misfortune; as well as for medicinal purposes. It is often used by shamans in sacred plant spirit ceremonies. Our Palo Santo is sustainably wild harvested from naturally fallen trees and branches that lie dead for 4-10 yrs. before they are harvested.
Peruvian Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha) has a warm earthy, woodsy fragrance, with slight balsamic undertones. Myrrh is typically blended with frankincense, pricley pear, peruvian copal and others. It has been used through out the ages as an ingredient in incense, perfumes, etc