More about Sacred Incense Sahumerios
Sahumerio literally means perfuming with incense. A divine blend of peruvian woods, resins, flowers and herbs, traditionally used by the shamans to cleanse and bless the home or space before a ceremony. Primarily Palo Santo and sweet resins are the ingredients of this special blend. Sprinkle on a burning charcoal in a heat-proof dish. It is a very fine grained texture, cut and sifted.
Packed in plastic pots containing 20 gram.
Sahumerios is the name the Shamans give to a mixture of fragrant woods, flowers and herbs. They use it as a ceremonial incense. Its main ingredient is always the beloved Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens), with a multitude of other aromatic and healing ingredients added. This creates unique and perfectly divine blends. A variety of these blends are available.
Commonly used ingredients in Sahumerios are: Palo Santo wood (Burserea graveolens) being the main ingredient, Retama flowers (Spartium junceum), Toronjil leaves (Melissa officinalis), Manzania flowers (Matricaria chamonilla), Romero leaves (Rosmarinus officinalis), Copal (Protium carana), Amor Seco (Bidens pilosa), Capirona (Callycophyllum spruceanum), Eucalypt (Eucalyptus globulus), Tomillo leaves (Thymus vulgaris), Rose flowers (Rosa centifolia). A variety of other aromatic woods and resins can be a component in the blend