Palo Santo Testimonials
This Palo Santo oil is very pure and helps me feel calm, and eases my stress. I mix it with a carrier oil and apply it to my body and hair; the smell of this excellent essential oil lasts a whole day. I will repurchase it!
This Palo Santo essential oil is the finest I've ever had the pleasure of using. You will not find a better quality Palo Santo oil on the market. I highly recommend purchasing!
Palo Santo relaxes the mind and induces a sense of peace
Smelling Palo Santo releases neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin while stimulating the release of endorphins and enkephalins, the body's natural pain killers
Palo Santo can be used as an aphrodisiac
Palo Santo stimulates sweetness and the ability to give and receive love, helping to improve the loving and spiritual relationships between people. Try smudging your bedroom with Palo Santo an hour before bed
Palo Santo removes our negative energies and improves our mood
After Palo Santo cleanses us, we feel lighter and more tranquil. Sometimes we feel uncomfortable and don't know why. Tensions arise for no reason; this is an excellent time to reach for Palo Santo
Lift the mood of your home with a Palo Santo purification ritual called smudging.
Palo Santo helps attract good fortune and eliminates bad energies, bringing prosperity and calming our homes. Often arguments leave an energetic residue within the home; use Palo Santo to clear those energies and quickly makeup with your loved ones
Palo Santo, the Holy Wood, can be used for physical healing
Palo santo has medicinal properties which apply to colds, flu, anxiety, depression, asthma, bronchitis, headaches, and emotional trauma. Palo Santo oil's anti-inflammatory properties afford pain relief for arthritis and joint pain
A Palo Santo can be made into a healing tea
To create a natural digestive tea, simmer some Palo Santo wood in water; sweeten with honey.
Palo Santo tea can relieve bloating, nausea, and stomach cramping. As a bonus, Palo Santo wood contains high concentrations of d-limonene, which exhibits anticancer effects in laboratory studies.
Palo Santo oil added to your bath comes with perks
Add Palo Santo essential oil to your bath to relieve sore muscles and joint pain, as well as reduce swelling and inflammation
Create a healthier living environment for you and your loved ones
Using Palo Santo supports small communities, allowing them to remain on their ancestral lands
When people travel far away to find work, communities often become broken. The collection of Palo Santo allows small communities to remain in their ancestral territories and make a modest living. This trade builds a solid connection with their surrounding landscape and keeps communities together
Our Palo Santo is sustainable!
Our Palo Santo products do not require cutting trees; instead, our suppliers use dead trees from dry tropical forests. Dead Palo Santo trees, lying on the ground for decades, concentrating their essential oil, give the very best oil and wood. This sustainable collection practice and planting of more Palo Santo trees make these products sustainable. Our supplier planted 10,000+ Palo Santo trees in the last 4 years.
- Palo Santo, or the holy tree (Bursera graveolens), is native to Mexico, Central and South America, and the Galapagos Islands. It belongs to the same family of trees as the resins Frankincense and Myrrh, and it emits rich aromas of citrusy sweet, earthy tones.
Palo Santo FAQ
What does Palo Santo do spiritually?
Traditional beliefs say that Palo Santo removes 'bad energies' or blocks from ourselves and our environment. The removal of these blocks then opens us to greater possibilities.
What does Palo Santo attract?
Is Palo Santo sacred?
The indigenous people who work with Palo Santo believe the tree is sacred. Shamans teach that Palo Santo trees have a distinct spirit that lives in the wood long after its life has ended, so they strongly consider this tree a conscious entity.
Is it ethical to buy Palo Santo?
Yes! When Palo Santo wood or essential oil is processed, it comes from 'dead stock' or the fallen branches from the forest floor. The collection and processing of Palo Santo support small communities' furtherment and prevent attrition to the cities.