Slow Roads Incense
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Our favorite incense.
Our Wildcrafted Palo Santo comes from Ecuador. It has been used as a natural wood incense for centuries by the Incas and Indigenous people of the Andes. Our Palo Santo is sourced from a farm which only collects fallen branches that have naturally died and sat on the forrest floor for over two years. Comes in a grouping of six sticks.
Our rope incense bundles are hand crafted in Nepal using all natural woods and resins. When burned, this incense emits a warm and woody scent. It comes in a bundle of approximately 25 ropes, and is 3.5" long. Burn rope incense by lying it flat on a dish.
Our Copal incense sticks are rolled by hand in Southern Mexico with pure Copal Resin. Copal has a cleansing and refreshing scent. It has been used for centuries as an essential component of ceremonial processes among the native cultures of Central and South America. 18 sticks come wrapped in recycled paper.
The Rope Incense and Palo Santo work well our Atlas Brass Dish.
Origin: Nepal, Mexico, Ecuador
Manufacturing: Hand rolled, Ethically Sourced
Material: All natural materials, reclaimed fabrics
Condition: Excellent. Wear and inconsistencies are unique to the original item.
Dimensions: 4” Ropes, 10” Copal Sticks, 4” Palo Santo sticks