Properties of a purifying and protective natural incense
The history of Palo Santo, whose use has spanned the ages, is very beautiful. In the purifier category, it is one of the most natural and powerful. A Palo stick is deliciously fragrant, it is characterized by an aroma somewhat reminiscent of Armenian paper, and the Myrrh. It contains limonene and releases scents of citrus (lemon-orange) very present in the trunk of the tree and the roots. Its aroma is woody, sweet and suave.One could compare it to a mixture of cedar, lemon eucalyptus, sweet grass sublimated by a hint of spearmint. It is still used in indigenous ceremonies to obtain a better spiritual connection with their Gods.
In addition to its spiritual, medicinal and ethno-pharmaceutical virtues, it is an anti-anxiety and an excellent mosquito repellent. Its sweet but penetrating scent develops tenderness and sweetness. It is excellent for relaxation and meditation and in your Reiki or yoga sessions. Its perfume also promotes a very intimate atmosphere with your soul mate. This may explain its use in indigenous wedding rituals.
Some of its best known benefits include inspiration, concentration, creativity, evocation of protection, infusion of blessings and the bringing of love and good fortune. On the ethno-pharmaceutical level, it is credited with medicinal properties that relieve skin and muscle problems and anesthetic.
It is a wonderful tool to use before and during your meditation or for simple relaxation. Its invigorating scent helps you raise your vibration to establish a deeper connection with the Earth and your divine source.
It is a "heart opener", so it is also used in chakra healing sessions, in particular to balance the heart chakra. Many sophrologists and kinesiologists have adopted it in their sessions.
A sacred wood that relieves symptoms of colds, stress, headaches, anxiety, inflammation, emotional trauma and regulates or soothes the nervous system. It is also wonderful for setting and sealing your intentions by promoting your concentration and very effective for cleaning crystals and jewellery, malas and stone bracelets!
Wood processing derivatives come exclusively from waste from the cutting of Palo sticks and are in the form of oils, essential oils, cones and scales.