Palo Santo is a type of wood that comes from a tree called Bursera graveolens.
Palo Santo is a species of tree that grows in South America, particularly in the coastal regions of Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela. The name “Palo Santo” literally translates to “Holy Wood” in Spanish, and it has been used for centuries by indigenous people for spiritual purposes.
Palo Santo has been used for centuries by indigenous people for spiritual purposes. It is known for its strong, pleasant aroma and is often used in traditional ceremonies to clear negative energy, purify the air, and promote relaxation.
In recent years, Palo Santo has become increasingly popular as a natural alternative for aromatherapy. It is widely available in various forms, including incense sticks, smudge sticks, and essential oil.