Authentic Handmade Pottery from Chulucanas, Peru
We have been working closely with artisans from Chulucanas, Peru to create these fine pieces of traditional Peruvian pottery. These pieces are beautiful and functional. We currently offer palo santo holders and incense holders. Chulucanan pottery is considered some of the finest in Peru. Each piece is individually handmade by master artisan Luis H. Sandoval. We hope to preserve this tradition with the help of our wonderful friends. Please watch this short clip to see how these great pieces are made.
Palo Santo Smudging Sticks
Palo Santo smells amazing! The scent is enchanting, calming, and cleansing. It has an aroma like no other wood. Burning Palo Santo releases this aroma and surrounds you with a sense of calm and serenity. This wood has been cherished throughout the Andean regions of South America for generations. Luna Sundara sources responsibly harvested wood from Peru and Ecuador. We invite you to learn more about our Palo Santo here.
Hand Rolled Palo Santo Incense
Check out our hand rolled palo santo incense. These incense sticks are individually hand rolled in Peru by local women who take great care and pride using only the highest quality palo santo wood. These incense sticks are made using 100% natural ingredients. No chemical additives or accelerants. We use pure palo santo dust and a binding gum from acacia trees to make this incense. These incense sticks are available now.
With many of us working remotely during the coronavirus outbreak, it can be hard to maintain a sense of normalcy and calm. And spending more time at home and away from other people means that we may not have access to our usual outlets of relieving stress - like going to the gym or spending time with friends and family.
At Luna, we believe it’s important to practice healthy ways to de-stress from home. That’s why, in this spirit of self-care, we’re excited to share that we now carry a selection of premium myrrh hand rolled incense sticks, made from 100% wild Peruvian myrrh.
As many of us hunker down at home, it can be difficult to cope with this “new normal” - but the good news is that we can reframe this time as a fresh opportunity! Whether you’re planning to channel your energy into a new hobby, a creative venture, or maybe even deep cleaning your house, there are plenty of things we can do to keep ourselves staying healthy, happy and sane.