Latin Name: Santalum album
Country of Origin – India, Mysore
Cultivation Method: Wild grown
Aroma: Soft, sweet woody,
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Plant Part: Heartwood
Energetics: Cooling (P. Holmes)
Safety: Non toxic, non irritating, non sensitizing. No known contraindications.
Actions supported by clinical studies: Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, chemoprotective sedative (Battaglia).
Special Note: Due to over harvesting and illegal exploitation of the sandalwood trees in India, Sandalwood is now listed as a vulnerable species and we suggest that you limit or stop using Indian Sandalwood. We will either stop selling or find a suitable replacement when our inventory is gone.
Leading / Common Uses: Mental / Emotional: Relaxing to the nervous system, used in meditation and spiritual practices, and in perfumery. Skin: Use to calm irritated skin conditions.
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