The Palo Santo for sale in Miami is a member of the frankincense and myrrh family that originated in South America. The indigenous Incas utilized Palo Santo to purify themselves of evil spirits and negative energy. Many people swear by it for its stress-relieving and relaxation-inducing effects.

Herbal teas, essential oils, and shavings may be made from this wood, which must only be obtained from dead trees. You can find the Palo Santo in any metaphysical store in Miami offering spiritual readings.

 

Where is the sacred Palo Santo tree from?

Peru, Ecuador, and sections of Colombia are the primary habitations of this sacred wood on South America’s west coast. Additionally, it can be obtained in the Galapagos Islands and the countries of Costa Rica and Guatemala. Because of its intrinsic heritage, the wood is entitled to protection in specific locations and can only be plucked from leaf mulch and dead leaves.

 

Preparation of the sacred Palo Santo for harvest by aging

Palo Santo must be explicitly cut to assure the finest quality. For example, when the wood is picked too early, it will have a lighter coloration, ignite faster, and have less valuable characteristics. It takes time for the wood’s inherent oils to grow and develop.

A genuinely fallen tree aged for at least 3 – 5 years, and typically up to ten years, is the best candidate for the aging process. As the wood ages, it becomes more oil-dense, continues to burn more slowly, and has a more pronounced scent.

 

Uses of the sacred Palo Santo tree

  • Healing

Typically, Palo Santo has been used to cure many health issues, including colds, flues, anxiety, sorrow, respiratory diseases including asthma and bronchitis, and migraines. Natural medicine experts employ d-limonene, a chemical abundant in mature timber, to treat gastrointestinal problems and heartburn. Limonene has also been proven to offer potential anti-cancer qualities to prevent a range of malignancies.

  • Meditation

As an incense, Palo Santo is claimed to promote emotions of tranquility and clarity, making it a great complement to meditation. Palo Santo is revered for its purported ability to dispel evil spirits and raise one’s vibrations in some cultures. Creative thinking and emotions of peace and groundedness are enhanced when used as incense during meditation.

  • Smudging

Smudging aims to purify an area and make it seem more peaceful and comfortable. Palo Santo can be burned to draw in positive energy and let go of unhelpful energy, and its smoke is used to cleanse a room, just like sage.

To create an atmosphere of peace and tranquility in your home or office, you can light a Palo Santo stick, hold it in flame for about 30 seconds, and then blow it out. For each room area to be cleansed, you need to blow out smoke in different directions softly.