It is observed Sandalwood is pre-dominantly applied in form of incense in spiritual rituals owing to its characteristics that are beneficial for the chakra works. It is also widely popular by its botanical name Santalum album. The wood is processed by steam distillation via which the sandalwood oil is extracted. The obtained liquid is slightly thick and clear however with a slight yellow tint to it. The scent that the oil spreads in the surroundings is sweet and woody with a richness of flowery scent. The oil extracted from the Indian Sandalwood trees is considered to be rich in quality. Sandalwood is also popular with other names like Chandan. This tree grounds its roots in the roots of other trees and thus is also considered to be a parasitic in nature.
· Individuals suffering from depression can make use of sandalwood oil for relieving themselves from stress, tension, any form of mental confusion. It also effectively combats negative thought process which involves fear, anxiety, stress etc.
· It can be effectively applied for treating ailments with regards to the urinary tract.
· The sandalwood oil can cure conditions like dry cough, chest and bladder infections, asthma, bronchitis, sore throat etc.
· Application of sandalwood oil can relieve one from skin inflammation, dry skin etc.
Constituents – The elements that come together in the formation of Sandalwood oil are santalene, santyl acetate, santalol etc.
Blends with – Every essential oil is considered to blend with other essential oils, however sandalwood oil particularly blends well with Ylang Ylang, Myrrh, Geranium, Bergamot, Rose, Black Pepper, Vetivert etc.
|Product Code||SVA - 181|
|Botanical Name||Sandalwood Oil|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation|
|Color & Odor||Yellow with Musky, Woody odor|
|Country of Origin||India|
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