Bursera Graveolens, known in Spanish as Palo Santo, is a wild tree native to coastal South America. Belonging to the same family as copal, myrrh, and frankincense, Palo Santo translates to “Holy Wood.” It was renowned among Incan cultures and is now traditionally used by present-day shamans and healers for its purification attributes. When burned, the smoke is believed to provide healing and therapeutic healing energies, giving you a more profound connection to your being. - When placed within distilled water or an atomizer bottle, Palo Santo creates a pleasant, fresh smoke that works well in keeping away mosquitoes and other flying insects. - Palo Santo is thought to possess therapeutic properties, including the potential ability to help uplift mood, strengthen vitality, and aid in protection. It is said that the oil may be beneficial for meditation, concentration, and enhancing creativity.
- To relieve pains: Use two drops in a tablespoon of carrier oil (jojoba, passion fruit) and massage the affected area up to three times daily. Palo Santo may be used in combination with Molle and Eucalyptus.
- For skin problems: Palo Santo may be added to everyday liquid soap.
- For cleaning and diffusion: Use five drops per 100ml solution.
- For massage: Use one drop in 1 tablespoon of carrier oil.
Seek expert medical advice before taking it during pregnancy or nursing. Do not ingest directly.
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