Palo Santo (bursera graveolens) from Ecuador, also known as 'Holy Wood', has a sweet, citrusy, woody, slightly minty aroma. Averaging 89% limonene, this oil is steam distilled without chemicals, and sustainably harvested.
The indigenous people use it as an insect repellant, for removing negative energies from a space, for increasing energy vibrations, for increasing circulation, for fear, anxiety, grief, stress, colds, flu, asthma, arthritis, rheumatism, muscular aches & pains. In aromatherapy, it's considered to be antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial.
Aromatherapy/Home Use example:
A lovely combination to diffuse at home is Palo Santo, Neroli, and Lavender. For your car, try diffusing Palo Santo, Lemon, and Lavender French.
Safety: May be a skin irritant to hypersensitive or allergy-prone individuals. Avoid during pregnancy.