Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens) is a typical tree that grows along the coast of the Pacific Ocean in Central South America. The tree is also known as the "Holy Wood" because its blossom arises during the Christmas season. The wood is very recognizable by its unrivaled fragrance. Palo Santo trees are cut under the supervision of the government by the inhabitants of the South American jungles. The wood is from the ground "harvested" only 4 to 10 years after the boom it has unleashed on nature-friendly way. It is during this period that the wood as it were matures and the healing effect gives to the fragrance of the wood. None of the tree is damaged during this process.
Palo Santo is often used for:
• improving the flow of energy in the body,
• The ward off bad energy, misfortune and disasters.
The Palo Santo is completely pure (pure wood) you can burn them in a short time from a few seconds up to a minute. Preferably in the South American tiger shell. While the wood burned, the space is filled with a sweet, resinous scent.