SANDALWOOD ACEH ESSENTIAL OIL 100 % PURE

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  • Brand: DDistillers
  • Product Code: BA07211
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OVERVIEW

Cultivation

:

Conventional

Extraction Method

:

Steam distillation

Source of Material

:

Wood

Main Constituents

:

Santalol

Color

:

Yellow to orange

Odor

:

Woody, balsamic with a deep and soft aroma

Solubility

:

Soluble in alcohol

Well Blending

:

Benzoin, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Cedarwood, Copaiba Balsam, Coriander Seed, Fennel, Geranium, Kewra, Jasmine Sambac, Lemon, Mandarin, Myrrh, Neroli, Night flowering jasmine, Nutmeg, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Rosewood, Rose Absolute, Rose Geranium, Tuberose and Vetiver

Origin

:

Indonesia

Various

:

Red Sandalwood and white sandalwood

Downstream Products

:

This oil can be used as aromatherapy, perfume, topical medicine for massage

Volume

:

1 ml, 2 ml, 3 ml, 6 ml, 12 ml, 50 ml, 100 ml, 0.5 Kg, 1 Kg, 2 Kg, 5 Kg, 10 Kg

 

DESCRIPTION

Sandalwood has been used for centuries as incense. The scent has a way of mind and mind thoughts, busy minds. Add to unscented soaps and in foot massage creams for a video effect, strengthening and grounding. It has a woody, balsamic, and sweet scent. Sandalwood is also used as a moisturizer and antiseptic for skin problems. You can place a small amount on a warm cloth and use it as a compress for dry or dehydrated skin. Cool and down to earth.

 

BOTANY

The sandalwood plant is a parasitic tree that belongs to the Santalaceae family. Can grow to a height of 12m. Sandalwood is the most expensive wood in the world and is used for oil extraction as well as many other benefits. The oil has a characteristic sandalwood aroma.

 

A BRIEF HISTORY

Sandalwood (Santalum album L.) is a plant originating from the Indonesian archipelago, namely in the Outer Arc Islands of Banda which is located in the southeast of Indonesia, and especially the islands of Timor and Sumba. The history of the sandalwood trade in the end, also supports that the sandalwood tree is a native plant in East Nusa Tenggara, especially on the islands of Timor and Sumba. The existence of sandalwood grows in India, related to the sandalwood trade in the late period, which was then imported to India, and developed in India in areas with climates and habitats such as in East Nusa Tenggara, especially on the islands of Timor and Sumba. The oldest data on the sandalwood trade from the island of Timor was recorded in the 3rd century AD that China was the main country that bought sandalwood. The earliest mentioned sandalwood dynasty in Indonesia, is the records of Yuan, in the 12th and 13th centuries. Hsing-cha Shenglan in 1436 During the Ming Dynasty, described the mountains on the island of Timor as being covered with sandalwood trees and this area did not produce any other wood, apart from sandalwood. Indeed, Chinese trade at that time was very rapid; the ships used for this purpose weighed 1500 tonnes or more, much larger than any European fleet at the time. For example, the Vasco da Gama ship was almost 300 tons.

In the 15th century, China obtained sandalwood through the Malacca market. The Chinese market experienced a bleak period in the early 1800s with competition for sandalwood from India and with extensive registration in the Pacific Islands. The Chinese market experienced a temporary fix in 1890 and 1900, as Pacific supplies declined, especially the Hawaiian Islands and the Marquesa lost all their sandalwood trees within a few years; and in addition, then the demand from Europe increased. Guillemard (1894) mentions that the Bugis then played an important role, controlling trade from Portuguese Timor (East Timor). A small-scale sandalwood trade also takes place with the Kisar and Leti residents of southwest Maluku who visit Wetar for sandalwood and food. Since 1920, Flores has exported sandalwood, but Timor's extensive sandalwood stands are nearly exhausted. This is partly due to the discovery that sandalwood oil can also be extracted from its roots.

Since 1436, the island of Timor has been famous for the production of sandalwood. Sandalwood is an export commodity that is in demand by Chinese traders who come to trade to the island of Timor. Likewise the Portuguese traders who bought a lot of sandalwood since 1512 from the same island. In 1566 when he found a fort on Solor Island, the Dominican priest ordered the inhabitants of Flores, Lombok, Alor, Roti, and Timor, so that around the fort developed a community consisting of Mestizo-Timor pirates, soldiers and Portuguese, as well as sandalwood traders from Macao and Malacca.

 

USAGE HISTORY

The wood is used as spices, incense ingredients, aromatherapy, perfume mixtures, and sangkur keris (warangka). Good wood can retain its aroma for centuries. Good wood can retain its aroma for centuries. It is said that in Sri Lanka this wood was used to embalm the bodies of the king's daughters since the 9th century. In Indonesia, this wood is mostly found in East Nusa Tenggara, especially on Timor Island, although now it can also be found on Java Island and other Nusa Tenggara islands. Sandalwood is considered as an alternative medicine to bring people closer to God. Sandalwood base oil, which is very expensive in its pure form, is used primarily for Ayurvedic healing, and for relieving anxiety.

 

USES

  • This oil has benefits to help calm the mind
  • Teady breath
  • Fragrance in massage cream
  • Antiseptic

 

BENEFITS

  • Hypotension
  • Anti-aging
  • Expectorant Substance
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-spasmodic
  • Natural aphrodisiac
  • Memory booster
  • Mental clarity
  • Anti virus and antiseptic
  • Believe Endometriosis
  • Relaxing and calming

 

THERAPEUTIC BENEFITS

Sandalwood oil exhibits amazing therapeutic properties such as astringent, antiseptic, sedative, anti-inflammatory, disinfectant, carminative, hypotensive, expectorant, antispasmodic, etc. The oil is used to treat insomnia, anxiety, nausea, cough, indigestion, sore throat and diarrhea.

 

SECURITY & WARNING

General Precautions

Dilute it first with a carrier oil before using it directly, pregnant and lactating women are not recommended to use this oil.

 

DISCLAIMER

This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace prescribed medication or professional medical advice or to diagnose any kind of health condition. Never ingest essential oils and remember to dilute them with a suitable carrier oil such as Jojoba oil or coconut oil. This is due to the fact that organic and pure essential oils are highly concentrated liquids and direct use of essential oils on the skin can cause allergic reactions. Caution should be taken if you are a nursing or pregnant mother. Keep out of reach of children. Talk to your healthcare practitioner before selecting an essential oil that is appropriate for your state of health and unique individual constitution

 


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