Botanical Name: Bursera graveolens
Country of Origin: Ecuador
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Distillation Date: Mar 2020
Minimum Shelf Life: 3 years
Plant Part: Fruit
Perfume Note: Middle
Aroma: Sweet, woody, balsamic, citrusy, nuance of spiceBlends well with: Ambrette, Amyris, Balsam of Peru, Buddha Wood, Frankincense carteri, Frankincense serrata, Guaiacwood, Myrrh, Orange Sweet, Sandalwood, Siam Wood, Spikenard Co2, Tangerine, Vetiver
NEW! Palo Santo essential oil from its fruit rather than wood is extremely aromatic with a rich balsamic incense-like sweetness so captivating we can't stop smelling it! Although there are definite similarities of aromatic notes with Palo Santo (wood) essential oil, we find the essential oil from the fruit to be quite rich and deep. Palo Santo fruit is collected in a sustainable manner that leaves the sacred Palo Santo tree intact. This essential oil is produced in small artisan batches and is extremely interesting as a substitute for Palo Santo wood oil. Perfumers take note, the aroma is amazing and has many possibilities!
Palo Santo, also called Holy Wood or Saint Wood, is from the botanical family Burseraceae making it a relative of Frankincense, Myrrh, Elemi and other incense aroma producing trees. The difference between Palo Santo, Frankincense, Myrrh, Elemi and others in the Burseraceae family is this essential oil of Palo Santo comes from fruit opposed to resin or wood.
The artisan distiller of this amazing oil states uses by Ecuadorians include emotional well-being particularly anxiety, depression, fatigue, fear, grief, happiness, self-doubt, loneliness, and panic attacks. This is a highly regarded essential oil for spiritual connecting.
Palo Santo Fruit essential oil can be used to enhance meditation, chanting or to make spiritual connections, particularly when blended with Frankincense sacra
or precious Sandalwood Mysore
Batch specific GC/MS analysis for this essential oil is available by clicking on the green tab above.
Aromatherapy use: acne, allergies, anti-anxiety, antibacterial, anti-depressant, anti-viral, arthritis, asthma, colds, coughs, decongestant, flu, headache, insect repellent, meditation and spiritual enhancement, migraine, muscular strains, panic attacks, rheumatism, sedative, stress, wounds
General use: Oil diffusers, potpourri, massage oil, natural perfume, bath oil, bath salt, bath and shower gels, spa treatment oils, wraps, masks and creams, soap and candle scent
Contraindications: None known.