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“Santalum album is nearing an endangered state
Botanical Name : Santalum spicatum
“Santalum album is nearing an endangered state, the Indian government has a few patents for synthetic Sandalwood oil and it is possible that true Sandalwood will become unavailable shortly. This Sandalwood is grown organically on plantations in Australia.
There is a sharpness to it that was initially disappointing. That sharpness does dissipate quickly when it’s put on the skin leaving a soft familiar scent.
6 parts Sandalwood and Frankincense, 4 parts Jasmine and 1 part Lavender make a mental and physical cleansing blend. Use these oils in a liquid soap or lotion to anoint yourself before ritual work or to mark the division between one kind of work and another.
Can be added to baths and to massage blends to decongest the lymph system, to reduce muscular spasms, to heal generally and to moisturize. Primarily used in perfumery and in meditation as it opens the third eye, quiets obsessions and frees one of past ties.”