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SANDALWOOD ESSENTIAL OIL

White Sandalwood, Indian Sandalwood, Australian Sandalwood
(Santalum Album, Santalum Spicatum
Red Sandalwood, False Sandalwood
(Pterocarpus Santalinus)





  • Sandalwood Herbal & Essential Oil Description
  • Sandalwood Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Sandalwood Dosage Information
  • Sandalwood Safety & Interaction Information
  • Sandalwood Essential Oil & Herbal Products




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    SANDALWOOD HERBAL & ESSENTIAL OIL DESCRIPTION

    WHITE SANDALWOOD

    Santalum album or Indian sandalwood is also commonly known as East Indian Sandalwood, White Sandalwood or Yellow Sandalwood (depending on the age of the tree). S. album is a small tropical tree, the most commonly known source of sandalwood. In Sanskrit, it is known as Chandana. This species was the first to be known as Sandalwood. Other species in the genus Santalum, such as the Australian Santalum spicatum are also referred to as true sandalwoods, to distinguish them from trees with similar-smelling wood or oil. Sandalwood essential oil is derived from the heartwood of Santalum album (Indian Sandalwood) or Santulum spicatum (Australian Sandalwood) which further undergoes steam distillation.

    Sandalwood has a sacred history in its native India, Tibet and China, where it has been used for centuries to protect religious carvings in temples and monasteries. Sandalwood is widely used for religious and cosmetic purposes. It is an indispensable part of the religious rituals of Hinduism, Buddhism and Chinese and Japanese religions. In the modern world, however, it is more popular for its fragrance and its beneficial antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effect for an effective remedy for several skin conditions. Its paste can be prepared by simply grinding the wood on a stone or granite slabs.

    WHITE vs RED SANDALWOODS

    There are two general types of Sandalwood that are commonly found, one is the Red Sandalwood (False Sandalwood) and another is the White Sandalwood (True Sandalwood). The Red Sandalwood is known for its medicinal properties, while White Sandalwood is generally employed for skin care. It is endowed with antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, disinfectant, astringent and emollient properties. That is why, so many people use sandalwood to treat acne, skin rashes, blackheads, dark spots, blemishes and to get a fair and flawless complexion. It can remove scars, especially those left by acne. To derive all these benefits, you can directly use its paste on your face, or mix it with some other natural skin care products like Turmeric and other herbs, Honey, and Rose Water to further enhance its efficacy.

    SANDALWOOD NAMES & SPECIES

    Sandalwood is the common name of many species of plants and their wood and oils.


    True Sandalwoods, the genus Santalum; particularly several commercially harvested species that provide sandalwood timber:
  • Santalum album
  • White or Indian Sandalwood
  • Santalum ellipticum
  • Coast Sandalwood
  • Santalum freycinetianum
  • Hawaiian Sandalwood
  • Santalum lanceolatum
  • Northern Sandalwood (Also Northern Sandalbox)
  • Santalum spicatum
  • Australian Sandalwood
  •    Santalaceae    The Sandalwood Family
       Osyris lanceolata    African Sandalwood
       Osyris tenuifolia    East African Sandalwood

    Various unrelated plants with similarly-scented wood or oil:
  • Adenanthera pavonina
  • Sandalwood Tree; Red, False Red Sandalwood
  • Baphia nitida
  • Camwood, also known as African Sandalwood
  • Eremophila mitchellii
  • Sandalwood; False Sandalwood (also Sandalbox)
  • Myoporum platycarpum
  • Sandalwood; False Sandalwood
  • Myoporum sandwicense
  • Bastard Sandalwood; False Sandalwood
  • Pterocarpus santalinus
  • Red Sandalwood


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    INDIAN WHITE SANDALWOOD - SANTALUM ALBUM INFORMATION

    The height of the evergreen tree is between 4 and 9 meters (a medium height of 30 feet). After 15 to 20 years the oil collects in the heartwood, or the center of the trunk, but as the scent of Sandalwood grows stronger, the color of the wood becomes more yellow. The value of the wood climbs higher the older the tree. It is considered at its peak at 60 years old. They may live to 100 years of age.

    The tree is variable in habit, usually upright to sprawling, and may intertwine with other species. The plant parasitizes the roots of other tree species, with a haustorium adaption on its own roots, but without major detriment to its hosts. An individual will form a non-obligate relationship with a number of other plants. Up to 300 species (including its own) can host te tree's development - supplying macronutrients phosphorus, nitrogen and potassium, and shade - especially during early phases of development. It may propagate itself through wood suckering during its early development, establishing small stands. The reddish or brown bark can be almost black and is smooth in young trees, becoming cracked wit a red reveal. The heartwood is pale green to white as the common name (White Sandalwood) indicates. The leaves are thin, opposite and ovate to lanceolate in shape. Glabrous surface is shiny and bright green, with a glaucous pale reverse. Fruit is produced after 3 years, viable seeds after five. These seeds are distributed by birds.

    INDIAN WHITE SANDALWOOD CULTIVATION

    Indian Sandalwood species has been utilized, cultivated and traded for many years, some cultures placing great significance on its fragrant and medicinal qualities. For these reasons it has been extensively exploited, to the point where the wild population is vulnerable to extinction. It still commands high prices for its essential oil, but due to lack of sizable trees it is no longer used for fine woodworking as before. The plant is widely cultivated and long lived, although harvest is viable after 40 years. It is a hemiparasitic tree, native to semi-arid areas fo the Indian subcontinent. It is now planted in India, China, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Northwestern Australia. This species is threatened by over-exploitation and degradation to habitat through altered land use, fire, agriculture and land-clearing are the factors of most concern. To preserve this vulnerable resource from over-exploitation, legislation protects the species, and cultivation is researched and developed. The Indian government has placed a ban on the export of the timber.

    S. album has been the primary source of sandalwood and the derived oil. These often hold an important place within the societies of its naturalized distribution range. The high value of the plant has led to attempts at cultivation, this has increased the distribution range of the plant. The ISO Standard for the accepted characteristics of this essential oil is ISO 3518:2002. The long maturation period and difficulty in cultivation have been restrictive to extensive planting within the range. Harvest of the tree involves several curing and processing stages, also adding to the commercial value. These wood and oil have high demand and are an important trade item in the regions of:
    • INDIA - The use of S. album in India is noted in literature for over two thousand years. It has use as wood and oil in religious practices. It also features as a construction material in temples and elsewhere. The Indian government has banned the export of the species to reduce the threat by over-harvesting. In the southern Indian state of Karnataka, all trees of greater than a specified girth are the property of the state. Cutting of trees, even on private property, is regulated by the Forest Department. The infamous forest bandit Veerappan was involved in the illegal felling of sandalwood trees from forests.

    • SRI LANKA - The harvesting of sandalwood is preferred to be of trees that are advanced in age. Saleable wood can, however, be of trees as young as seven years. The entire plant is removed rather than cut to the base, as in coppiced species. The extensive removal of S. album over the past century led to increased vulnerability to extinction.

    • AUSTRALIA - Utilization of native Australian Santalum species in has been extensive; Santalum spicatum was extensively harvested and exported from Western Australia during colonization, this was used as a less expensive alternative to this species. Commercial Indian sandalwood plantations are now in full operations in Kununurra, Western Australia.
    When Sandalwood is harvested, the heartwood is ground into powder and then steam-distilled into oil for use in cosmetics, soaps, candles, medicines and perfumes. The hard, yellow, outer wood is mostly used for carving statues and decorative articles such as combs, beads and boxes. The Sandalwood tree is highly regarded in the Vedic texts, and the heartwood is considered to be sacred. It is said that chandana, or Indra's Sandalwood tree, scents the whole of paradise with its fragrance. Sandalwood is considered the epitome of excellence, imparting fragrance even to the axe that cuts it. For this reason anything that is excellent is referred to as chandana. It is used in sacred ceremonies and to purify holy places.

    AUSTRALIAN WHITE SANDALWOOD - SANTALUM SPICATUM INFORMATION

    Santalum spicatum, Australian sandalwood, is a tree native to semiarid areas at the edge of Southwest Australia. It is traded as sandalwood, and its valuable oil has been used as an aromatic, a medicine, and a food source. S. spicatum is one of four high-value Santalum species occurring in Australia. It is one of four species of the family Santalaceae to occur in Western Australia. It has a similar distribution to Quandong (Santalum acuminatum) and is a hemiparasite requiring macronutrients from the roots of hosts. It has a shrubby to small tree habit, but can grow to 6 meters and is tolerant of drought and salt. The foliage is grey-green in color. The fruit of S. spicatum is spherical, about 3 cm in diameter and is orange. An edible kernel with a hard shell forms the bulk of the fruit. The shell is smoother than S. acuminatum's deeply pitted surface. Germination occurs during warm and moist conditions. The impact of overcultivation and land clearing for agriculture, since the 1880s, has greatly reduced the range of the species. The oils produced by the tree contain a greater complexity of chemicals, many of which have antimicrobial qualities.

    AUSTRALIAN WHITE SANDALWOOD CULTIVATION

    The harvest and export of S. spicatum has been an important part of the Western Australian economy, at one time forming more than half of the state's revenue. Settlement of the Wheatbelt area was accelerated by the funds generated by sandalwood found there. Distribution and population of the endemic stands were significantly affected during periods of rural development and economic downturn.

    Research by the Forestry Products Commission (Western Australia), state universities and private industry is being undertaken into the cultivation of the tree and the properties of its wood and nuts. Replanting has occurred at some properties as a land restoration strategy, a food crop and in the long term for harvest. Oil valued at $1000(Au) per kilogram is produced at Mount Romance in Albany, Western Australia. The area of commercial plantations has risen from 7 to 70 square kilometers between 2000 and 2006. The export of 2 000 tonnes of sandalwood a year is primarily sourced from wild stands of the remote rangelands and Goldfields Region of Western Australia. The harvest of naturally occurring trees is reduced when compared to the industry of the 19th century. Exports of over 50 000 tonnes in the last decade were related to agricultural expansion by increased access and harvesters.

    Cultivation and germination is difficult, and may depend on the El Niņo cycle. Success has been reported by placing the kernels in moist vermiculite in sealed plastic bags at room temperature. Once germinated, seeds should be planted next to a (preferably Australian native) seedling, and watered adequately. The main host species is Acacia acuminata, which is used in plantations, which sustains a 15- to 30-year long-term host species in loamy sands over clay duplex soils. Rock sheaok Allocasuarina huegeliana, wodjil Acacia resinimarginea and mulga Acacia aneura are also used.

    SANDALWOOD (AUSTRALIAN) ESSENTIAL OIL PROFILE


  • Botanical Name: Santalum Spicatum
  • Common Method Of Extraction: Steam Distilled
  • Parts Used: Roots and Heartwood
  • Note Classification: Base
  • Aroma: Soft, Woody, Extremely Tenacious and Somewhat Balsamic
  • Largest Producing Countries: Australia


  • TRADITIONAL USE: Used as a substitute for Indian Sandalwood in perfumery. Indian Sandalwood has become endangered is now protected against harvesting. Used in pharmaceutical purposes particularly as a disinfectant for the urinary tract.

    PROPERTIES: Antidepressant, anti-infectious, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, carminative, decongestant, diuretic, emollient, expectorant, fungicidal, insecticidal, sedative, tonic.

    BENEFITS: Acne, anxiety, aphrodisiac, bladder infections, bronchitis, cardiac fatigue, catarrh, cough, cracked and chapped skin, cystitis, depression, diarrhea, dry skin, fluid retention, insomnia, laryngitis, nausea, nervous tension, scarring, sore throat, stress, vomiting. Australian sandalwood can be substituted for Indian sandalwood in most cases. It has the same fixative properties, and the aromas are very similar.

    BLENDS WELL WITH: Benzoin, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Chamomile, Cistus, Clary Sage, Clove, Fennel, Frankincense, Geranium, Grapefruit, Jasmine, Lavender, Lemon, Mandarin, Myrrh, Neroli, Oakmoss, Orange, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Rose, Rosewood, Tuberose, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang essential oils.

    OF INTEREST: Australian Sandalwood represents an ecologically responsible alternative to traditional Indian Sandalwood. A report published in the Journal of Essential Oil Research stated: "analysis showed that Western Australian sandalwood is related to East Indian sandalwood in terms of constituents." Australian Sandalwood, Santalum spicatum, is presently being produced in a sustainable, environmentally-responsible manner through ethically managed plantations. Western Australia is home to the world's largest sustainable Sandalwood reserve - 1.6 million kilometers, or roughly 3 times the size of France. Efforts are also underway to involve Aboriginal communities in equitable business partnerships that will provide income to these ancient indigenous residents as well as position them to accept greater responsibly over the environmental management of this valuable native resource. In addition, Australian Sandalwood harvests are subject to strict governmental regulation and oversight by the WA Department of Environment and Conservation.

    SAFETY DATA: Generally considered safe.


    The above product information description was obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs regarding their products. For other manufacturers, merchants and vendors, consult individual product label description.


    RED SANDALWOOD INFORMATION

    Products sold as Red Sandalwood is actually not a true Sandalwood. Red Sandalwood comes from an entirely different species (Pterocarpus Santalinus) and should not be confused with Santalum album or Santalum spicatum. Red Sandalwood is related to the legume family, and grows in the Caribbean and Indonesia as well as India and is also known as Rakta Chandana. Red Sandalwood is mentioned in Sanskrit and Chinese manuscripts going back thousands of years and the bark is known as "chandanam" in Sanskrit and is used in Ayurvedic medicine.

    Red Sandalwood was traditionally prepared as infusions or decoctions of wood chips. Powders are taken in encapsulations that withstand digestive fluids. Red Sandalwood is used as a diuretic, anti-diarrhea and stomachic but in modern times it is used as a natural dye to color herbal mixtures and toothpaste and has become one of the most popular natural dyes used today.

    Red sandalwood has also been used as an anti-acne treatment. It was traditionally combined with Honey and water, or sometimes with Ashwagandha or various clays, to create a detoxifying mask. It is used to balance digestion and skin health, and also helps balance purification through the sweat glands and skin. It is found in many hair, skin and nail care products.

    Red Sandalwood also is used as a dye, as incense, and as a decorative powder in sacred ceremonies. Red Sandalwood contains red pigments, benzoxanthenone derivatives, santalin. Only the dark-colored heartwood is used. Its use as a dye can be complicated and it is best to refer to the published work you are working from for coloring purposes. Burning of red sandalwood was also said to bring love to oneself. A few cases of skin irritation have been reported so please use Red Sandalwood with caution.




    SANDALWOOD USES, HEALTH BENEFITS, & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    INCENSE & RITUAL USES

    For 4,000 years, Sandalwood has been used as a calming incense in peaceful meditation as it calms the mind, enhances mental clarity, and aids in opening the mind to a greater awareness. Sandalwood oil has been used in spiritual ceremonies, and many temples were carved from this wood. It is also used in funeral ceremonies to help comfort the mourners. It has properties similar to frankincense in that it helps the lymphatic, nervous, and cardiovascular systems.

    Sandalwood incense is made from rolling the paste of the sapwood on bamboo skewers by hand. The scent of Sandalwood essential oil or Sandalwood incense clarifies the mind and helps to awaken intelligence, and is often used as an aid for meditation. It calms the mind, soothes stress and nervous tension, and uplifts the mood. It is said to enliven courage, purpose, strength and happiness.

    MEDICINAL USES

    Sandalwood helps relieve the symptoms of sciatica and lumbago and is used for skin regeneration. It is used in yoga and meditation, and for treating depression, anxiety, and insomnia. Some believe that Sandalwood helps increase oxygen around the pituitary and pineal glands. It is also used to help treat acne, eczema, itching and inflammations, sensitive skin, tension, stress, nausea, vomiting, and sunstroke. Sandalwood is also used for treating chronic bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, cystitis, depression, diarrhea, hiccups, impotence, lymphatic system, meditation, menstrual problems, nervous tension, skin infection and regeneration, and tuberculosis. Sandalwood is used as an essential oil added to candles, soaps, skin cleansers and complexion products and is part of several herbal formulas.

    According to Ayurvedic medicine, when used externally, Sandalwood oil or Sandalwood paste (made from mixing water with Sandalwood powder) has a calming, cooling effect on body and mind. It helps relieve fever and burns, and stops excessive sweating. In general it relieves Pitta dosha and helps balance the body after overexposure to the sun. The oil or the paste can help heal skin diseases such as infectious sores, ulcers, acne and rashes. Sandalwood powder helps smooth and cool the skin, and can be made into a paste, lotion or soap for cleansing, calming and hydrating sensitive or aging skin. Sandalwood acts as a disinfectant, diuretic, expectorant and sedative. It is bitter, sweet, astringent and cooling. Sandalwood balances the circulatory, digestive, respiratory and nervous systems.

    SANDALWOOD ESSENTIAL OIL USES

    The essential oil is distilled from the tree's fragrant heartwood and roots with a lingering, sweet, balsamic aroma that repels insects. But the great value of Sandalwood oil lies in its highly relaxing and erotic effects. It is also thought to help heal respiratory and urinary tract problems. Unfortunately, because it is complicated to make, true Sandalwood oil is becoming rare. The Sandalwood tree must be 40 years old before the oil is extracted, and up to 55 pounds of wood chips are required for 1 quart of oil, which, once distilled, must mature for 6 months. Thus, adulterated forms of Sandalwood oil are being produced. The best quality and also the most expensive oil comes from India. In one province, these endangered trees are protected by the government. Oils from Australia and West India, unfortunately, tend to be less effective.

    BENEFITS OF SANDALWOOD OIL
      ANTISEPTIC PROPERTIES: As mentioned above, sandalwood oil has antiseptic properties which help keep bacteria at bay. You can apply a few drops or a mixture of sandalwood oil and water on a wound and cover it to prevent the growth of bacteria. Another benefit is that its anti-inflammatory properties help reduce swelling caused due to insect bites.

      EFFECTIVE ASTRINGENT: One of the sandalwood oil benefits for skin is that it can be used as an effective astringent. It helps induce contraction in your gums and hence, strengthens the hold of gums. It is also useful in maintaining the firmness of skin. It will help you stay away from wrinkles and fight aging. You can combine it with Almond oil to have a radiant skin. Use 8 tablespoons Sandalwood essential oil and 2 teaspoons Almond carrier oil and apply this mixture regularly to have a glowing skin.

      NATURAL SEDATIVE: Sandalwood oil is known to be a natural sedative, hence, reduces restlessness, fear, headache and stress and induces calmness and positive thoughts. To obtain these benefits, it is commonly used for body massage. It gives you a calm and relaxed feeling. You can also add this oil to the diffuser in your room to get rid of stress and relax after a tiring day.

      CLASSIC APHRODISIAC: Sandalwood oil is also a well-known aphrodisiac. This is the reason that it is commonly used in perfumes. You can add it to the diffuser in your bedroom and just feel the difference. Its amazing fragrance is sure to stimulate your mood. It is known to increase sensuality and enhance sexual desire. How about a romantic sandalwood oil massage for your partner.

      SKIN CARE: The use of sandalwood oil for acne is very popular. It helps remove skin tan and improves your skin quality. You can easily get rid of skin allergy by using 1 teaspoon Sandalwood oil, Turmeric and Lime juice. Replace your skin creams with Sandalwood oil and get rid of chapped skin, pimples and rashes.

    You can use Sandalwood oil alone or in combination with other oils and get the maximum benefits. Your hectic lifestyle might make you stressed out and depressed. Opting for aromatherapy with sandalwood oil will give you a great feeling by relieving stress and tensions and improving your sleep pattern. Sandalwood oil has a number of health benefits and spiritual uses which makes it the most popular essential oil.

    SANDALWOOD OIL THERAPEUTIC EFFECT

    Sandalwood essential oil is used for treating respiratory and urinary tract infections, skin blemishes, dry skin, eczema, dry skin, eczema, tension, depression, anxiety and blocked sexuality. Sandalwood oil contains a high percentage of terpene-containing alcohols, primarily alpha-santalol and beta-santalol. These substances, characterized by their antispasmodic, germicidal and expectorant effects, make the oil valuable for treating respiratory and minor urinary tract infections. Sandalwood oil also counteracts restlessness, anxiety and depression, and is thought to heighten eroticism.


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    A LITTLE LORE - SANDALWOOD USE IN HINDU WEDDINGS

    Sandalwood oil plays a sacred role during many Hindu marriage rites, where it is burned in the marriage tent so that its fumes may surround and bless the bride and groom. Hindu weddings are colorful, lively affairs lasting for five or six days brimming with custom and religious symbolism. During a pre-wedding ceremony called Byaha Haath, a paste of Sandalwood powder, Rose Water and Turmeric is applied on the face, hands and feet of the bride and groom. After this ceremony the bride and groom are not allowed to go outside of the house. During the wedding, a Brahmin, or Hindu priest, dangles a curtain between the marriage partners. The wedding guests then shower the two with grains of rice while the curtain is removed and Sandalwood necklaces are placed around their necks. In Hindu marriages, the father of the bride symbolically gives her to the groom. The haven is another Hindu wedding tradition that highlights the couple's commitment to each other. A mixture of Sandalwood powder, sugar, rice, oil and spices are tossed into a ceremonial fire. Then, two scarves belonging to each other are tied together, and the couple then walk around the ceremontial fire together four times to seal the marriage and recites vows of fealty and love. The four times represent life's four goals - spirituality, joy, prosperity and duty.





    Sandalwood - Now Here

    Latin name: Santalum album. Family name: Santalaceae. Sandalwood oil is distilled from the heartwood and is imported from India. It has a woody, balsamic aroma. Sandalwood is believed to bring about calmness and serenity and is linked with incense and meditation. Some traditional uses: to lift melancholy, enhance meditation, heal the skin, help breathing, for calming and reducing stress, restful sleep, disinfecting, as an aphrodisiac. Emotional profile: to relieve possessiveness, lack of forgiveness, cynicism, insecurity, loneliness, nightmares, dwelling on the past. Blends with: Rose, Clove, Lavender, Jasmine, Myrrh, Patchouli, Vetiver, Geranium and Bergamot essential oils.



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    CONSOLATION FOR THE SOUL

    The gentle, warm odor of Sandalwood oil envelops the soul protectively, providing inner peace and security. Spiritually grounding, the oil consoles those who are depressed and fearful. The scent is thought to awaken the imagination and open the heart to a sense of joy.
    In a diffuser or simmer pot, try combining Sandalwood oil with the equally calming and harmonizing Rose oil

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  • FOR SKIN IRRITATIONS & CARE

    An antiseptic, astringent and emollient, Sandalwood oil helps heal cuts, eczema and rashes.
    Mix oils and use for a general skin-care massage oil. Face creams, oils and masks that are made with Sandalwood essential oil can provide aromatic emollient skin care for both dry and normal skin types.

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  • TO RELEASE SEXUAL ENERGY

    Sandalwood oil is believed to unblock sexual energies.
    In a diffuser or simmer pot combine essential oils with jojoba carrier oil.

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  • TO COMFORT THE BEREAVED

    This Sandalwood oil blend will help console the grief-stricken.
    Blend essential oils with carrier oil and use as a massage oil to help release the stresses and sorrows from the body and lift the spirits.

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  • IN AN UPLIFTING BATH

    In a bath, the sweet, woody aroma of Sandalwood oil is both relaxing and uplifting.
    Add essential oil to your warm bathwater. After bathing, relax in the warm water for at least 30 minutes.

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  • TO KEEP TISSUES ELASTIC

    Excessive stretching of the skin as a result of weight gain or pregnancy can cause some tissues to tear.
    A massage with Sandalwood mixed into Sweet Almond oil can help keep the tissues elastic and prevent the associated stretch marks. However, make sure to always check with your midwife or health care provider before using during pregnancy.

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  • INHALATION THERAPY

    Inhaling steam with Sandalwood oil is believed to have an antispasmodic effect on inflamed, infected respiratory passages for those suffering from bronchitis.
      3 drops Sandalwood Essential Oil
      1 gallon Hot Water

    Add essential oil to bowl of hot water. Place a towel over your head so the vapors do not escape and you get the steam's full effect. Inhale the vapor deeply through your nose and mouth.

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  • FOR BLADDER INFLAMMATIONS

    Sitz baths with Sandalwood oil may help heal minor bladder inflammations. The oil in the bathwater warms and relaxes the tissues and kills germs.
      8 drops Sandalwood Essential Oil
      4 tablespoons Sweet Cream

    Mix the essential oil with sweet cream. Add this mixture to a bathtub half-filled with warm water. Stay in the sitz bath for 15 minutes. Afterward, rest, covered warmly for at least 30 minutes.

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  • FOR A HAIR DRESSING

    Sandalwood is an excellent hair dressing. Its deeply soothing aroma lingers in the hair and gently diffuses its scent all day.
    Mix essential oils with carrier oil. Apply with hands throughout your hair.

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  • SANDALWOOD DOSAGE INFORMATION

    Sandalwood can be used in various ways, as an aromatherapy, taken internally, or used externally. For using internally, it is best to consult with a Homeopathic Practitioner for use in treating your specific condition. For using externally, read and follow product label directions.



    SANDALWOOD SAFETY & INTERACTION INFORMATION

  • Sandalwood oil is generally regarded as safe when taken in the recommended doses.
  • Do not take in high doses, or use for extended periods.
  • Some people experience mild skin irritation when using Sandalwood oil as a topical.
  • Do not use Sandalwood if you have kidney disease or liver disease.
  • Safety in young children, pregnant or nursing women is not known.




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    SANDALWOOD ESSENTIAL OIL PRODUCTS

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

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    An organically cultivated alternative from Australia to traditional Indian Sandalwood which is threatened.
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    A 100% natural and hand extracted perfume oil from a unique process which uses pure Sandalwood exudes and oils. A fabulously rich Sandalwood perfume with a luxuriant aroma that is sure to sooth the senses. This is not a synthetic fragrance oil, but a true blend of exotic Sandalwood oils from around the world. Warming, grounding, and very erotic. Comes in a 1/2 ounce bottle.
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    A truly rich and nourishing cream designed specifically for the face; however you will find them delightfully addictive once applied to the body. An opulent gift for the skin, these creams absorb quickly without leaving a filmy or greasy residue. The best part is that they have an unbelievably silken texture and a smooth consistency which leaves the outer epidermis feeling exhilarated. These creams are manufacturedby hand and are completely free of chemicals and preservatives. These creams contain: Organic Olive oil, organic Sesame oil, Grapeseed oil, Aloe Vera gel, organically cultivated flower water, organic Coconut oil, unrefined Beeswax, Vitamin E, Non-GMO Lecithin powder, and a blend of pure essential oils. The Melissa cream contains all of the aforementioned ingredients with the exception of Coconut oil, Sesame oil and Aloe Vera Gel. Choose from Cucumber, Lavender, Melissa, Rose, Sandalwood, or Unscented 2 ounce jar.


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    HerbsPro: Indian Sandalwood Sandalwood Essential Oil (Santalum album), 100% Pure, Simplers Botanicals, 2 ml
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Oil, Monoi Tiare, 2 fl. oz. (94876)
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Massage Oil, Precious Essentials, Aura Cacia, 4 fl. oz. (70456)
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Spa Herbal Oil, Sunshine, 8 fl. oz. (19223)


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Sandalwood Essential Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 1/3 fl. oz: C
    Kalyx: Sandalwood Essential Oil, Aura Cacia, 1/2 fl. oz: K
    Kalyx: Sandalwood Essential Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 4 fl. oz: C


  • Aromatherapy: Sandalwood Essential Oil Information
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  • SANDALWOOD HERBAL PRODUCTS

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

    Mountain Rose Herbs: Sandalwood (Santalum Spicatum) Essential Oil, Australian, Certified Organic Aromatherapy Oils
    An organically cultivated alternative from Australia to traditional Indian Sandalwood which is threatened.
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Sandalwood Aroma Oil, Aroma Oils & Resin Blends
    A 100% natural and hand extracted perfume oil from a unique process which uses pure Sandalwood exudes and oils. A fabulously rich Sandalwood perfume with a luxuriant aroma that is sure to sooth the senses. This is not a synthetic fragrance oil, but a true blend of exotic Sandalwood oils from around the world. Warming, grounding, and very erotic. Comes in a 1/2 ounce bottle.
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Sandalwood Face Cream, Natural Facial Care Products
    A truly rich and nourishing cream designed specifically for the face; however you will find them delightfully addictive once applied to the body. An opulent gift for the skin, these creams absorb quickly without leaving a filmy or greasy residue. The best part is that they have an unbelievably silken texture and a smooth consistency which leaves the outer epidermis feeling exhilarated. These creams are manufacturedby hand and are completely free of chemicals and preservatives. These creams contain: Organic Olive oil, organic Sesame oil, Grapeseed oil, Aloe Vera gel, organically cultivated flower water, organic Coconut oil, unrefined Beeswax, Vitamin E, Non-GMO Lecithin powder, and a blend of pure essential oils. The Melissa cream contains all of the aforementioned ingredients with the exception of Coconut oil, Sesame oil and Aloe Vera Gel. Choose from Cucumber, Lavender, Melissa, Rose, Sandalwood, or Unscented 2 ounce jar.


    STARWEST BOTANICALS PRODUCTS

    Starwest Botanicals: Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus soyauxii), Cut & Sifted, Wildcrafted, 1/4 lb. (4 oz.)
    Starwest Botanicals: Red Sandalwood Powder, Wildcrafted, 1/4 lb (4 oz.)
    Starwest Botanicals: Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus soyauxii), Cut & Sifted, Wildcrafted, 1 lb.
    Starwest Botanicals: Red Sandalwood Powder (Pterocarpus soyauxii), Wildcrafted, 1 lb
    Starwest Botanicals: NF Sandalwood Le Stick Deodorant, 3 oz Stick
    A 3 ounce stick of Sandalwood-scented Nature de France Le Stick Aluminum-Free Deodorant is uniquely formulated with mineral rich White Clay and Baking Soda. This proven safe, effective natural deodorant absorbs excess perspiration, oils and odors to give all day, all the time protection. This natural deodorant contains no alcohol, aluminum, artificial preservatives or colorants. No animal testing.
    Starwest Botanicals: Superior Sandalwood Bar Soap, Superior Trading, 2.85 oz (Case of 12)
    Grandpa's Sandalwood Soap with Starwest Botanicals: Sandalwood With Shea & Ginseng Bar Soap, Grandpa's Soaps, 3.25 oz.
    One bar of Grandpa's Sandalwood Soap with Shea Butter and Ginseng. The deep moisturizing action of Shea Butter, rich in Vitamin A and E, helps nourish damaged skin. Ginseng, a natural skin toner, revitalizes skin. This unique combination makes it ideal as a shaving bar, as well as a good choice.
    Starwest Botanicals: Sandalwood Touch-On Oil, Aromatherapy Vial, 3/10 fl oz.
    Instant aromatherapy, 100% pure essential oils in a small 0.3 fl oz (9 ml) glass vial with a roller-ball Touch-On applicator. Rub on pressure points or pulse points of forehead, temple, wrists, etc. This unique touch-on applicator eliminates spills and awkward droppers. Offered in synergistic blends and popular essential oil scents. 100% pure essential oils in a vegetable glycerine and alcohol base - you can bring the pure essence of aromatherapy with you wherever you go.
    Sandalwood Dreams Essence Oil, Eden Botanicals Essences, 8.50 ml
    Essence oils are a synergistic blend of pure essential oils, organic jojoba oil, organic high oleic acid sunflower oil and vitamin E. Packaged in elegant, 8.5 ml glass bottles.
    Starwest Botanicals: Sandalwood Essential Oil (Santalum album), 1/6 fl. oz.
    Starwest Botanicals: Sandalwood Essential Oil (Santalum album), 1/3 fl. oz.
    Starwest Botanicals: Sandalwood Essential Oil (Santalum album), 4 fl. oz.
    Starwest Botanicals: Sandalwood Essential Oil (Santalum album), 16 fl. oz.
    Starwest Botanicals: Primo Sandalwood 8.5-Inch Stick Incense, Primo Incenses, 25 Grams


    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Red Sandalwood Powder (Pterocarpus soyauxii), Wildcrafted, Starwest Botanicals, 1 lb
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Bar Soap, Superior Trading Company, 1 Bar
    Chinese Sandalwood Soap gently and luxuriously cleanses the skin and has a pleasing sandalwood scent. Sandalwood Soap. So delightful to your skin. This Bee & Flower Sandalwood Soap, made from selected materials, gives you delightful and lasting fragrance. It not only possesses all the merits a sandalwood scented soap may have, but also does no harm whatever to your skin.
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Bar Soap, Herbalvedic Ayurvedic Formulas, 75 Grams
    HerbsPro: Chandrika Sandalwood Bar Soap, 75 Grams
    Sandalwood Bar Soap, Bee & Flower Soap, 4.4 oz
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Shampoo, Monoi Tiare, 7.8 fl oz
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Essential Oil, Aura Cacia, 0.5 fl. oz. (13917)
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Oil Blend, Now Foods, 1 fl. oz. (73186)
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Oil, Monoi Tiare, 2 fl. oz. (94876)
    The exotic scent of Sandalwood is perfect for the man or woman who enjoy a non-floral fragrance. Ingredients include Coconut oil, Tiare Flower, Sandalwood Oil, and Vitamin E.
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Massage Oil, Precious Essentials, Aura Cacia, 4 fl. oz. (70456)
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Spa Herbal Oil, Sunshine, 8 fl. oz. (19223)
    HerbsPro: Saffron Sandalwood Incense, Blue Pearl, 10 Grams
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Incense, Blue Pearl, 20 Grams Sandalwood Incense - Be transported by incredible & pure handmade fragrances. Made in India. Woody, soft and sweet.
    HerbsPro: Sandalwood Vanilla Blossom Incense, Blue Pearl, 20 Grams Classic imported incense with rich-full bodied Vanilla and Sandalwood. Be transported by incredible adn pure handmade fragrances.


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Sandalwood Soap, Vadik Herbs, 3 oz. Bar (Case of 12 Bars): B
    Kalyx: Sandalwood Incense, Blue Pearl, 20 Grams: K
    Kalyx: Sandalwood Incense, Prime Incense, 25 Gram Box: C
    Primo Incense is handmade in India by the Haridas Madhavdas family, making hand-rolled incense since 1860. The Madhavdas family has been making exclusive blends for Primo for the past 30 years. Primo Incense is internationally recognized as the world's finest, clean burning incense. All our fragrances are prepared from nature's finest essential oils, exotic flowers, along with hundreds of different wood and tree powders, rare resins, aromatic herbs and spices. 10 gram packets of stick incense in attractive triangle boxes.
    Kalyx: Sandalwood Essential Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 1/3 fl. oz: C
    Kalyx: Sandalwood Essential Oil, Aura Cacia, 1/2 fl. oz: K
    Kalyx: Sandalwood Essential Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 4 fl. oz: C


    AMAZON PRODUCTS

    Amazon: Sandalwood Essential Oil Products
    Amazon: Sandalwood Incense Home & KItchen Products
    Amazon: Sandalwood Herbal Powder Products
    Amazon: Sandalwood Herbal Products

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