Protective bracelet made of Palo Santo wood and huayruro seeds
This South American bracelet is completely handmade from SERFOR certified Palo Santo wood and four red-black huayruro seeds.
Palo santo has a beautiful, soft typical sweet-spicy scent that has a calming and protective effect.
The naturally colorful huayruro seeds have been known since the Inca era as bringing good luck and prosperity, warding off negative energies.
Note: Not suitable for children, the seeds are poisonous if you eat them!
Material: palo santo and huayruro seeds
Size beads: 0.8 cm
One size fits all (flexible)
Natural product, shape and color may differ slightly from the photo shown.
Because it is made of untreated wood, the jewelry can discolour over time (patina); also avoid excessive contact with water.
Palo Santo means 'holy wood', and it is the Spanish name for Bursera graveolens.
This tree grows in the South American Gran Chaco region (northern Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and the Brazilian Mato Grosso).
Palo santo is used by medicine men and shamans in ayahuasca ceremonies, rituals, healing and purification sessions to cleanse and purify the environment of bad spirits, negative energies and other evil forces.
This Palo Santo comes from forests managed and certified by the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (SERFOR) in Peru. Only Palo Santo trees and branches are used that have fallen naturally and have remained on the land for at least 3 to 4 years. This method of harvesting does not harm nature and only uses wood that has a rich aroma.