The Palo Santo tree comes from South America and is known for its "holy" aroma. The popular scent of Palo Santo is sweet, warm and woody. White sage is another classic incense scent that is more intense and spicy than Palo Santo. Both scents are used to cleanse spaces and minds of negative energies. The scents lift the mood and are also great for meditation or yoga, for example. You can burn these incense scents either together or separately.
The abalone shell is a really beautiful and heat-resistant incense holder. Each shell is a unique and wonderful decorative element (size and shape vary, there may be irregularities in the edges). This is a perfect gift idea for someone interested in meditation and yoga.
Light the Palo Santo stick or salvia leaf and let it burn for a moment with a flame, then blow the flame out, leaving the incense to smoke. If you want a stronger scent, you can relight the stick once or twice. The wooden stick is not burned all at once, you get many scents from one stick. Note, always use a non-combustible base, and do not leave a smoking stick unattended. Ventilate the interior after burning the incense.