Palo Santo Oil: Wildcrafted Botanical Perfume 14,8 ml
The Oil of the "sacred wood" Palo Santo is an intense herbal perfume oil with strong, mythical wood notes and aromas of light sweet citrus, pine, amber and musk.
Palo Santo Oil is considered an effective energetic purifier. Traditionally, the essential oil is used to protect the aura. Shamans and medicine men in Central and South America use it to cleanse and strengthen the energy around the body. It is meant to banish darkness and fill the entire energy system with light.
- a sophisticated fragrance that is at once earthy-woody and uplifting and fresh
- just a faint breath lifts the mood and awakens the healing properties of the sacred wood Palo Santo
- cleansing and antibacterial effect, should drive away negative energies and promote well-being
Palo Santo has powerful antibacterial properties that fight bacteria and microbes. It was used as an energetic protector and treated with the utmost respect as many indigenous peoples saw it as a direct link to the spirit world. The sacred Palo Santo tree (Guaja) gives off its unique fragrance when it dies.
All of Anima Mundi's Palo Santo products are 100% sustainably grown and harvested in Peru. Anima Mundi works directly with a small local family from the Chiclayo - Lambayeque region of northern Peru. They ethically cultivate these naturally fallen trees and replant them in the wild. The Palo Santo oil is also distilled directly on the farmer's land.
- Palo Santo^* essential oil and Jojoba Oil*.
^ Wildcrafted Palo Santo Wood and Oil harvested and produced by a family in Northern Peru. This family purposefully replants and has sustainably crafted medicines for hundreds of years.
- Store the perfume oil in a cool and dry place. Avoid direct contact with very bright light or sunlight as this may damage the product.
- Anima Mundi Palo Santo is 100% ethically harvested in Peru. Anima Mundi works directly with a small local family from the Lambayeque - Región Chiclayo in northern Peru. They ethically harvest from naturally fallen and aged trees (at least four years old) and replant them in the wild. The family they work with have been stewards of this protected land for generations and have tended these trees in a "reverent" manner for over 100 years.