Palo santo

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Palo santo (Spanish for sacred stick or holy wood etc.) may refer to:


  • Lignum vitae, heartwood of tree species of the genus Guaiacum, native to subtropical and tropical regions of the Americas
  • Bulnesia sarmientoi, a tree species native to the Gran Chaco area in South America
  • Bursera graveolens, a tree species native to South America, used for incense, aromatic oil, and indigenous medicine

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