Huichol Copal in Husk
Huichol copal, directly from the Indigenous Huichol people of Mexico and the United States. Copal is the tree resin collected and burned for ceremonies and cleansing. The Huichol copal is collected, and mixed with pieces of bark, then heated and filtered. The warm mix of copal is then poured directly into the corn leaves and tied closed for drying and carrying.