Soy wax intention candle for relaxation, calming the mind, and emotional healing. Free of genetically modified materials.
Made with Essential Oils of: Palo Santo
Scent: A warm woody and smokey scent with hints of sandalwood, frankincense, and spice
Use for: Palo Santo is a sacred wood that is used in shamanic ceremonies in Peru. Only the branches that naturally fall from the trees are harvested. It has a smokey, woody, and slightly spicy scent. Use this candle to purify energy in a space.
Hand made with non-GMO Soy Wax and shamanically charged with prayer and intention
Shamans Dawn jar candles are hand made, contain essential oils, and are energetically charged with their healing intentions. This is done through prayer and shamanic ceremony to ask for the aid of helping spirits. Light a candle and set your intention or prayer to help manifest changes in your life. Each candle is labeled with a shamanic healing symbol that embodies the healing intentions of the candles.
Glass jars are 6 inches tall and 3.5 inches in diameter
Non-GMO Soy Wax, Lead free cotton wicks, essential oils and fragrance oils
Burn Time: approx 50 hours
Our candles are hand poured with non-GMO soy wax to encourage sustainable and environmentally conscious alternatives for candles.
IMPORTANT NOTICE ON ENDANGERMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY– The Bursera Graveolens tree that Palo Santo wood comes from is in risk of endangerment due to wrongful harvesting techniques. Please know where your Palo Santo comes from so that you are not unknowingly contributing to the endangerment of this tree. All of the Palo Santo used in Shaman’s Dawn products comes from an organic farm in Ecuador who still practices the traditional ways of harvesting. Only wood from naturally fallen branches and from trees that have died naturally is used. No live wood is harvested. The traditional belief is that if the wood is harvested from a living tree that it loses its properties. The Ecuadorian farm that we work with is also a leading member in the reforestation efforts and have planted 5000 new trees in 2016 and another 4000 trees in 2019.