Learn how artisanal products are made: palo santo, tagua jewelery, and the famous toquilla straw hats.
We know that this tree is use to manufacture products such as essential oils, incense, cones, soap, among others. But I think it is not clear how the palo santo is found in the forest. Somehow, this information has become viral news on the internet. Giving the wrong impression that it is in danger of extinction. For this reason I wanted to live the experience by myself of how the process of picking up the palo santo tree is.Read More
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This exfoliating soap has a rigorous process. Your stages should go in order to get better results. Caution should be exercised with the components of this soap.Read More
The cones are obtained from the trunk of the Palo Santo tree. The tree is a protected species of Ecuador. With the plan of reforestation we take care of this species that grows in the dry forests. It's collected in the tropical winter.Read More
Incense made without harming the Palo Santo tree. We only process wood that has been found to have died naturaly in the forest. Tree grows for about 30 years and then dies. Then, it has to lay down for about 2-4 more years before we can process it.Read More
Palo Santo oil is significantly anti-bacterial and anti-viral. With such a high limonene content that is not found in other trees. Is helpful in cases of skin infection and acne.Read More
The use of Tagua Beads increments the interest to protect Tagua Palms and therefore the Rain Forest. To get good nuts, mocochas (bag where the nuts are inside) have to drop off the palm by themselves. To protect quality of beads, palms must be taken care of, reforestation and so on. It is a cycle!Read More