Essential Oils for Respiratory Care: Spotlight on Palo Santo
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*Information regarding historical use of herbs and aromatic plants is for informational purposes only and is not based on modern science, nor should this information be construed as expected results from use.
RESPIRATORY CARE SPOTLIGHT: PALO SANTO 
Palo Santo has an inspiring fragrance and can be diffused for a cleansing and refreshing atmosphere. It can also be used for massage after activity.
//historical uses of palo santo//
The use of palo santo from B. graveolensis traditional in South America, especially in Ecuador. According to the local customs, it was used against the “bad energy” which sometimes actually referred to clinical disease. It was widely used in ritual purification and as a folk medicine for stomach ache, and as a liniment for rheumatism
Historically Palo Santo was used as an herbal medicinal tea (by boiling the stick or sawdust in water) for a respiratory aid for colds, asthma coughs, and relieves headaches or migraines.  It was thought to relieve pain in muscle and joint pain and to decrease inflammation.
HOW TO USE PALO SANTO:
  • Dilute 1 drop with 1 drop of V-6™ or olive oil and apply to the desired area as needed.
  • Diffuse up to 1 hour 3 times daily.
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 Marie
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