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I agree that sustainability is a significant issue, it is Funny Strange Women 2020 Lying In Ponds Distributing Swords Shirt one that is distinct from cultural appropriation. Paper to gemstones to seafood can come from sustainable or unsustainable practices. Preserving components for traditional uses seems like a part of this larger concern. I read through the links but it didn’t seem like any of them were by the original “troll”. Yeah, reading through the comments it sounds like FSW uses palo santo that they source through “a friend in Ecuador.” FSW’s comment says to “check out our product listings,” but I actually don’t see anything there. I don’t actually know anything about Palo Santo (I don’t even know what it smells like haha). I know it’s used by other perfumers like Astrid and Solstice Scents, though. Do you know if there’s something that this brand is doing that makes it more controversial than other brands (like are the other brands using synthetic Palo Santo or something)?