Sandalwood Essential oil dilute 10% - Mysore, India
10 ml price 499 THB
30 ml price 1299 THB
100 ml price 4289 THB
SANDALWOOD FROM MYSORE REGION OF INDIA IS THE MOST DESIRED SOURCE OF SANDALWOOD ESSENTIAL OIL. IT IS "TRUE" SANDALWOOD SANTALUM ALBUM AND A COMMON INGREDIENT IN PERFUMERY FOR ITS PLEASANT AROMA AND FIXATIVE QUALITY. IT HAS A MEDIUM SCENT YET COMES THROUGH EVEN WHEN COMBINED WITH STRONG AROMAS.
Sandalwood Essential oil 100%, Mysore India Certification: Agmarked
Dilute 10% with Jojoba oil Organic
Botanical Name : Santalum album
Origin : Mysore India
Method of Extraction : Steam Distilled
Parts Used : Heart Wood
Color : Clear to Pale Yellow
Perfumery Note : Base
Consistency : Medium
Aromatic Description: Woody, Sweet, Pleasant and Rich
Blends well with : Citrus oils, Benzoin, Bergamot, Black pepper, Chamomile, Cistus, Clary Sage, Clove, Fennel, Frankincense, Geranium, Jasmine, Lavender, Neroli, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Rose, Rosewood, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang
Initial Strength : Medium
Principle properties and Indications-Keywords : Aphrodisiac,Healing,Soothing,Uplifting,Antidepressant, Anti-inflammatory, Antifungal
Sandalwood from Mysore region of India is the most desired source of sandalwood essential oil. It is "True" Sandalwood Santalum album and a common ingredient in perfumery for its pleasant aroma and fixative quality. It has a medium scent yet comes through even when combined with strong aromas.
As supply becomes shorter, quality has declined as producers began to extract oil from bark, roots, sawdust and etc... We managed to find this sample extracted by the original methods of extracting from heartwood only to use for our comparison as we seek an alternative
Like many essential oils, Sandalwood quality varies depending on the environment where it is grown. Some Indonesian sandalwood is the same botanic species as Mysore, but the quality of oil produced is different. The first 7 years of a sandalwood trees life is as a parasite on another tree. It may be one of the reasons the same species produces a different oil when grown in a different environment. Australia grows another species called Santalum spicatum and West Indian sandalwood is a completely different species called Amyris balsamifera which is probably not grown in India at all, but in the Caribean islands near South America. Additionally, there are types grown in many places from New Guinea, Vanuatu, Hawaii and etc... Some of these oils may have many of the same functions in aromatherapy but the common complaint is that they are lacking Sandalwood Mysore's aroma.
Other issues driving the high demand is that it has a wide range of uses. Probably most demand is for perfumery, followed by its reputation as an aphrodisiac and to renew skin tissue.
In perfumery it has a long history in romantic aromas. Even to this day it is an ingredient in popular perfumes like Obsession, Tabu, Channel No. 5, Brut and many more.
Another of its desired qualities is Sandalwood is a relaxing oil. It is used to treat stress, anxiety, tension related insomnia and even nerve pain. Researchers have found that it relaxes brain waves.
In skin and hair treatment it has many functions. It encourages new cell growth, regulates oil production, treats acne, moisturizes dry or chapped skin, it is even suitable for sensitive skin, use on genital area and young children. It speeds the healing process, increases white blood cell production and also fights inflammation, bacterial and fungal infection.
Aromatherapy Recipes containing Sandalwood Essential oil -- Perfume Base
Sandalwood Essential oil 3 drops
Neroli Essential oil 1 drop
Jojoba refined oil 10 drops
Rub together on wrists, neck and shoulder area before applying a light spray of perfume or cologne. It gives a unique mysterious quality to your favorite scent. Sandalwood is masculine enough for men's cologne as well. Rub together on wrists, neck and shoulder area before applying a light spray of perfume or cologne. It gives a unique mysterious quality to your favorite scent. Sandalwood is masculine enough for men's cologne as well.
Caution: Essential oils can be harmful if used improperly. Information is provided for educational purposes only. It is up to the customer to determine if the product is right for their intended purpose. Special consideration should be made before applying essential oils to pregnant women, children or the elderly. If under a doctor's care, please consult the physician before using essential oils. If applying to skin essential oils must be diluted correctly and we recommend testing on a small area of skin to check for reaction before attempting a full body massage.