sandalwood essential oil

Santalum Spicatum

Sandalwood is an evergreen tree that is small in stature and is parasitic in nature. It grows up to 9 meters high and features many smooth and slender branches, while its leaves are leathery and the buds grow into small purplish-pink flowers. Interestingly, the Sandalwood tree must be at least 30 years old in order for some of the wood to be harvested for Sandalwood oil. The final product, the oil, is used extensively in many cultures as it has been for over 4000 years.

Origin: Australia

Method: Steam Distilled

Plant part: Wood

Amount: 10mL (0.32 fl. oz.)

Therapeutic/Home uses of Sandalwood essential oil:

  • Skin Care: Acne, dry, cracked and chapped skin, aftershave (barber's rash), greasy skin, moisturizer.
  • Respiratory Conditions: Bronchitits, catarrh, coughs (dry, persistent), laryngitis sore throat.
  • Digestive Issues: Diarrhoea, nausea.
  • Nervous System: Depression, insomnia, nervous tension and stress- related complaints.

Other uses of Sandalwood essential oil:

One of the oldest known perfume materials, with at least 4000 years of uninterrupted use. It is used as a traditional incense, as a cosmetic, perfume and embalming material all over the East. It is also a popular building material, especially for temples. In Chinese medicine it is used to treat stomach ache, vomiting, gonorrhoea, choleraic difficulties and skin complaints. In the Ayurvedic tradition it is used mainly for urinary and respiratory infections, or acute and chronic diarrhoea.

WARNING This oil is NOT meant to refill Corked electronic diffusers. Applying any essential oils dermally or topically should only be done with a diluted solution using a carrier oil. Do not apply essential oils straight to the skin without diluting them or contacting a physician for advice.



Santalum Spicatum

Sandalwood is an evergreen tree that is small in stature and is parasitic in nature. It grows up to 9 meters high and features many smooth and slender branches, while its leaves are leathery and the buds grow into small purplish-pink flowers. Interestingly, the Sandalwood tree must be at least 30 years old in order for some of the wood to be harvested for Sandalwood oil. The final product, the oil, is used extensively in many cultures as it has been for over 4000 years.

Origin: Australia

Method: Steam Distilled

Plant part: Wood

Amount: 10mL (0.32 fl. oz.)

Therapeutic/Home uses of Sandalwood essential oil:

  • Skin Care: Acne, dry, cracked and chapped skin, aftershave (barber's rash), greasy skin, moisturizer.
  • Respiratory Conditions: Bronchitits, catarrh, coughs (dry, persistent), laryngitis sore throat.
  • Digestive Issues: Diarrhoea, nausea.
  • Nervous System: Depression, insomnia, nervous tension and stress- related complaints.

Other uses of Sandalwood essential oil:

One of the oldest known perfume materials, with at least 4000 years of uninterrupted use. It is used as a traditional incense, as a cosmetic, perfume and embalming material all over the East. It is also a popular building material, especially for temples. In Chinese medicine it is used to treat stomach ache, vomiting, gonorrhoea, choleraic difficulties and skin complaints. In the Ayurvedic tradition it is used mainly for urinary and respiratory infections, or acute and chronic diarrhoea.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.