the mana behind the taonga (treasures)

Palo Santo Bundle

Palo Santo Bundle

Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens) is a tree native to Peru, Ecuador, and other South American countries.

It grows in dry tropical forests and produces very fragrant resin. In Spanish, Palo Santo means “holy wood.” For thousands of years, the wood, resin, and oil have been used for medicinal purposes.

Relieve pain and stress; clear negative energy; absorb the purifying qualities of resin and attract good fortune

California White Sage Smudge Stick

Burning sage is one of the oldest and purest methods of cleansing a person, group of people, or space and of getting rid of unwanted spirits.

Traditionally, an abalone shell is used to hold the sage to when spreading smoke around your space. Pāua shells are easy to hold and can take the heat!

Clear up to 94% of airborne bacteria in a space; release negative ions (generating a positive mood); gain wisdom, clarity and spiritual awareness.

Sage stick, white
Rudrashka beads, brown

Rudrashka Beads

Malas are some of the most popular and cherished tools for meditation. Usually made up of 108 beads, they are a simple yet effective way to ground you in the present during meditation. Malas can be made from all sorts of different materials, but ours are made of special seeds known as Rudraksha seeds.

Rudraksha seeds come from the Elaeocarpus granitrus trees, growing naturally in Nepal and throughout Southeast Asia. Although Rudraksha is not a crystal, it carries with it creation, fertility, and life force energy. 

Any blockage or misstep in the chakra pattern can throw make you feel as though you are out of touch with yourself, however, our entire chakra column becomes aligned and activated when we choose to access Rudraksha’s full capabilities.