Palo Santo "Holy or Sacred Wood"

In 2005, Gary Young was the first person to distill Palo Santo essential oil. ⚗️💧
Historical data: Palo Santo comes from the same botanical family as Frankincense although it is found in South America. Like frankincense, Palo Santo is known as a spiritual oil, with a deep rooted tradition in which it was used by Incas to purify and cleanse the air of negative energies and for good luck. It is currently used by shamans of the Andes in ceremonies. Even it's Spanish name reflects how highly this oil was regarded: Palo Santo means "holy or sacred wood".
Palo Santo trees growing naturally on the Young Living Farm in Ecuador.
The fascinating thing about this tree is that it must be fully mature, then die naturally (not cut down), fall over and lie on the ground for 5 years before the essential oil is produced. No-one knows why this is, but no oil is produced from the tree otherwise.
EO FACT: Palo Santo is the highest oil yielding plant that exists!
Extraction method: Steam distilled from the sawdust of the dead bark, wood and branches.
Young Living was the first company to bring Palo Santo essential oil to market. Experience a bottle of this "One-of-a-Kind" essential oil today by clicking the link below. Currently available.
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