The perfumed prayer of Palo Santo Essential Oil is steam distilled from the ethically harvested fallen wood of Ecuadorean Holy Wood trees. This opulent oil is brimming with benevolent beneficial plant properties and is highly revered and endeared as a meditation tool and scared space chrism. The aged heartwood of the Bursera graveolens wood offers a balsamic, faithful fragrance that may be anointed as a cologne, chakra serum or deodorant.
Scent Description: Warm and balsamic with hints of sandalwood and frankincense.
Found in: Palo Santo Poetic Pits.
Blends well with: Sandalwood, Frankincense, Douglas Fir, Bergamot, Patchouli, Lavender, Vetiver, and Palmarosa.
Uses: May be applied topically as a soothing essence for calming the mind. Beneficial for yoga, meditation, concentration, and for enhancing creativity and learning. Excellent deodorant combined neat with sandalwood. A majestic cologne. Skin tonic used with jojoba.
Constituents: High levels of limonene, a majestic monoterpene compound, and it is also soaked in sesquiterpenes, monoterpenes, and alpha-pinene.
The sacred Holy Wood tree is related to the Frankincense tree and was historically used by the Incas to purify and cleanse the spirit. Aged, matured pieces of fallen wood are used to create this unique oil, which contains vintage collections of potent, aromatic resin.
The botanical benefits of Palo Santo Essential Oil are similar to Sandalwood. Traditionally, Palo Santo oil has been used to massage the head and body. It inspires a state of relaxed calm, and is useful for yoga and meditation practices, and it may inspire calm focus and enhanced creativity. It makes an excellent deodorant when used neat with Sandalwood, and it can also be used to anoint pulse points, chakras, and hair.