HOLY WOOD Purifying for Healing Sessions

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We work with an artisan distiller in Ecuador, who actively protects large swathes of Government owned forests where Bursera Graveolens (Palo Santo) grow. They harvest only naturally fallen branches, as they roam the forests tending to the trees. Throughout the last decade alone, they have replanted thousands of Bursera Graveolens trees on previously dry land, educating in sustainable production. Supporting such projects puts money directly into initiatives that align with Mother Earth, so we can continue to share this beneficial oil. This oil comes from branches that have experienced wind, insects, rain and sun. Left to live their full life and not interfered with. Such preciousness in the journey it has made to reach my wrists and the people involved that make this happen. I am truly grateful  




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