Palo Santo is a sacred tree and grows in select parts of South America.

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What is
palo santo?

Palo Santo (Bursera Graveolens) is a sacred tree and grows in select parts of South America. Translated from Spanish, Palo Santo means Wood of the Saints or Sacred Wood. It has been used for many centuries by shamans in ritual prayer, ceremonies and healing.

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Like its close botanical cousins, Frankincense and Myrrh, it is rich in brain-oxygenating terpenes such as limonene and a-terpineol which give the Palo its uplifting and positive qualities.

sustainably harvesting palo santo wood

The benefits of palo

Palo Santo is proven to have both physical and metaphysical healing properties.
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Offers pleAsant scent

If you are not familiar with the smell, it's time for your order!

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clears offensive or lingering odors

Freshen the air, breathe pureness, stay happy

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Repels unwanted insects/pests

The all-natural insect repellent that keeps the bugs away without poison!

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used for aromatherapy

Helps mental and physical well-being, and alleviates nausea and other symptoms

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Clears bad energy

Used for centuries by indigenous people in smudging rituals to alleviate negative energies

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facilitates meditation

Your aromatic mantra for entering your meditative state

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raises vibration and spritual awareness

Awaken your spiritual energy and raise your vibrations for your personal development

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offers protection

Keep the good energy in and the bad energy out.

Not a Myth - a Misunderstanding
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You may have seen articles circulating claiming that palo santo is an endangered species. Is it true? We take a hard look at the facts, dispel a common misconception, and show you how you can enjoy palo santo sustainably.

Learn More About The Process

get a behind the scenes look at how we cultivate our palo santo.

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