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New Age Smudges and Herbs Palo Santo Incense Sticks, 6 Pack
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- Palo Santo sticks 4-5" each and pack of 6 sticks
- Sustainably harvested in Ecuador from naturally fallen branches
- Each stick measures approximately 4 to 5 inches in length
- Gets rid of negativity and bad spirits
- New age smudges and herbs
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Someone in a previous review asked "how do you keep them burning, mine seem to go out after about 10 seconds?"
Well first of all, if you want it to smoke longer, you have to keep it lit and get hotter before you blow it out - that way it'll smoke for longer. That being said, it's not supposed to smoke for the extent of the stick like a piece of incense might when lit. This is, after all, a piece of wood - and it acts accordingly. So while it may not smoke longer than a few minutes if very hot, it will produce A LOT of smoke/scent in that amount of time. The smell is like a cedar honey coconut fireplace - without smelling fake. A relaxing wood fire smell with a twist - very calming.
I've given many of my friends a stick or two and they all reeeally enjoyed them and asked how to get more.
smell and in my opinion is not the real deal. I'm thinking they all are just adding a few drops of oil on pieces of wood and passing it
as light stuff. What a easy fast way to make money. Either that or they are all extremely old. I wish I had the authentic old pieces to see if they in fact dry out or age which could possibly explain the poor quality of most of the ones I've sampled on Amazon.
Yes, these smell for about 30 sec. (like an oil burning off-nice) but after that it is not a nice smell. Nothing like the incredible essence
of true palo. I actually can't believe people can sell this stuff and call it the real thing.
However, I found that the sticks I got (directly rather than through Amazon) were not the same quality. I ended up returning them and getting a refund without any fuss from a very cooperative customer support representative.
This is a problem that Palo Santo has -- they often smell fragrant until you light them up and then they sometimes have this terrible rancid almost burnt rubber smell. I am not sure why this happens sometimes but it is a bummer when it does.
My experience is that often the lighter colored sticks have the best fragrance - it may be possible that we are using up all the best stock and now we are forced to go to lower quality sticks.
Anyway be careful as Palo Santo can be tricky
Filled my house with a disgusting, nauseating odor that gave everyone a headache.
The wood smells fine when not being burned due to the trace amounts of oil, but buyer be warned, this is not real Palo Santo wood.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Maybe I'm an idiot... but these incense sticks only burn for 5-20 seconds before fizzling out. I've tried lighting with a gas range burner, with a blow torch, a regular lighter. Read morePublished 9 days ago by A. Cook
I really, really wanted to like these. But the smoke was a very noxious odor and had my child crying from across the house. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Feline Family
just piece of wood won't burn no use to me suppoe to fight cancer I will never knowPublished 1 month ago by m gilliam
Smells amazing. Definitely a special experience. Do not burn to the point of black smoke, just cinge and let white smoke fill the air and fan around the room or over friends. Read morePublished 2 months ago by cynthia
It doesn't have that strong of a palo santo smell - when I burn this is smells more like a camp fire than an incense.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer