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Kodama: Tree Spirit

The Kodamas are mythical spirits of Japan, dwellers of dense forests. They usually have a human appearance and each individual is unique in appearance and personality. It’s ... Continue Reading →
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Sacred trees in Japan

According to the Shinto religion , there are many gods that can be found in nature, in many Japanese temples there are often seen sacred trees in which people believe a God lives ... Continue Reading →

Decorate your home with Palo Santo

The Palo Santo wood is highly precious, very hard and heavy, between its fibers we can find Crystal cells of calcium oxalate and abundant resin-dark brown that confer resistance ... Continue Reading →

Mosquitoes responsible for orca deaths

Recently it was discovered that a pair of orcas deaths at the SeaWorld theme parks could be attributed to mosquitoes. although it may seem unbelieveable that these little creatures ... Continue Reading →

With Palo Santo we all win!

Unlike other species, with palo santo, deforestation is unnecessary, the tree should fall on their own in order to extract the essence which is used in aromatherapy. The wood that ... Continue Reading →

Composition and properties of the Palo Santo

Countless benefits, that’s what gives us the Palo Santo. The Healing Tree captivated the Spanish during the conquest of the Americas and even today, four hundred years later, ... Continue Reading →

Palo santo, oils and incense that heal

The Palo Santo “Bursera graveolens” is medicinal. Its essential oil is used to heal skin wounds and a decoction of the bark to treat stomach ailments. It is also used ... Continue Reading →

Palo Santo Bursera Graveolens, why sacred scent?

Almost all ancient cultures have used some kind of incense, from the biblical story of the Three Wise Men offering up the baby Jesus frankincense and myrrh, to the Babylonians and ... Continue Reading →

Uses and Benefits of Palo Santo Essential Oils “Bursera Graveolens”

Essential oils made without harming the Palo Santo tree. We only process wood that has been found to have died naturaly in the forest. Tree grows for about 40 years and then dies. ... Continue Reading →

Don’t know what you’ve got… Canadian friends in Manta and their experience with PaloSanto products

About two weeks ago something kind of unusual happened in our offices. It was Friday morning and we received the visit of 2 very interesting people from Canada, Dave and Sharon. ... Continue Reading →