5 and 15 ml bottles pure sandalwood essential oil
5 and 15 ml bottles pure sandalwood essential oil
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Sandalwood Essential Oil

The Santalum album is a parasitic tree that grows natively in India, where it is prized for its use in spiritual and natural healing. Over-harvesting has pushed Sandalwood into endangered status in India, where crime rings commit atrocities to cut government-owned trees before their full maturity. Our sandalwood is steam-distilled from ethically sourced wood.

Botanical Name: Santalum album
Country of Origin: India
Extraction Method: Steam distillation
Plant Part: Wood
Aromatic Scent: rich, balsamic, sweet fragrance with delicate wood notes that add to its reputation as a luxurious and exquisite oil
Blends Well With: Jasmine, Ylang-ylang, Patchouli, Vetiver, Rose
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The Santalum album is a parasitic tree that grows natively in India, where it is prized for its use in spiritual and natural healing. Over-harvesting has pushed Sandalwood into endangered status in India, where crime rings commit atrocities to cut government-owned trees before their full maturity. Our sandalwood is steam-distilled from ethically sourced wood.

Botanical Name: Santalum album
Country of Origin: India
Extraction Method: Steam distillation
Plant Part: Wood
Aromatic Scent: rich, balsamic, sweet fragrance with delicate wood notes that add to its reputation as a luxurious and exquisite oil
Blends Well With: Jasmine, Ylang-ylang, Patchouli, Vetiver, Rose

Details

*5ml and 15ml sizes available

Common Uses

Sandalwood essential oil is great for all types of skin and is commonly used to improve meditation. Apply topically in a 5% dilution.

Fun Fact

The documented use of sandalwood goes back 4000 years to India, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Many temples and structures were built from sandalwood and the Egyptians used it in embalming. This practice has steadily decreased to the point where East Indian sandalwood is now only being used for the distillation of oil. The largest reason for this is the over-harvesting of the tree coupled with the 30-years required for the regeneration. As with all of our oils, we acquire our oils ethically, in this case, it is through state-sponsored auctions in the Mysore region of India.

Test reports

Regulatory Documents

Certificates of Analysis – Sandalwood

Country of Origin – Sandalwood

Safety Data Sheet – Sandalwood

Process Flow Chart – Sandalwood

3rd Party Testing

GCMS – Sandalwood

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