Common English Name: Palo Santo Hydrosol or Palo Santo Oil.
Botanical Name: Bursera graveolens.
Plant Family: Burseraceae.
Method of Extraction: A hydrosol is the water that remains after the oil is extracted from the Palo Santo wood.
Plant Description: A wild, native tree
Main Chemical Components: high concentration of d-limonene which is commonly found in the peel of citrus fruits like oranges.
Blends Well With: Other essential oils.
Uses: aromatherapy: cleansing and purifying.
Fun Fact: Only dead wood is used to make Palo Santo, it is believed that the longer the tree has been dead, the more powerful the oil.
Cautions for Use: Dilute before using.