Essential Oil Spotlight: Sandalwood

Sandalwood

Sandalwood essential oil comes from the wood of the trees from the botanical family Santalaceae. The oil is distilled from the heartwood of trees that are at least 15 years old (Wikipedia).

Sandalwood was traditionally used as an incense during ritual work for enhancing meditation. The Egyptians also used sandalwood for embalming.

Sandalwood is very similar to frankincense in action. It may support the cardiovascular system and relieve symptoms associated with lumbago and the sciatic nerves. It may also be beneficial for acne, regenerating bone cartilage, catarrh, circulation (similar in action to frankincense), coughs, cystitis, depression, hiccups, lymphatic system, menstrual problems, nerves (similar in action to frankincense), nervous tension, increasing oxygen around the pineal and pituitary glands, skin infection and regeneration, and tuberculosis (Modern Essentials)

If you are looking for a great way to share sandalwood essential oil with your clients, we suggest you check out our Sandalwood Sample Card. You can give this card away with a sample vial of sandalwood oil. And the card has space on the back so that you can include your personal contact information.

Sandalwood Sample Card

We want your feedback! Tell us how using sandalwood essential oil has changed your life in a meaningful way. If we use your testimonial on our new Sandalwood Premium Sample Cards, we will send you a packet of them for free once they are printed!

Sources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandalwood

Modern Essentials, Fifth Edition, p.95

2 thoughts on “Essential Oil Spotlight: Sandalwood

  1. We use sandlewood to help reduce and remove any unusual skin growths.

    Here are two examples:

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