Organic Sandalwood Essential Oil Australian

White Sandalwood, Santal Oil, Sanders-Wood.

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  • Native to the western and southern regions of Australia, Australian Certified Organic Sandalwood Essential Oil is similar to Indian Sandalwood. It is cooling, grounding, balancing and sedating.
    Farming MethodCertified Organic
    Country of OriginAustralia
    Plant PartWood
    Scientific NameSantalum spicatum
    Application Method Bath, Compress, Diffusion, Inhalation, Topical

  • Australian Sandalwood Oil has a soft, woody, tenacious aroma and can be substituted for Indian Sandalwood in most cases. It has the same fixative properties, and the aromas are very similar. Sandalwood Oil is a profoundly versatile essential oil and has many therapeutic uses.

    Emotionally, Sandalwood is grounding and instills a sense of inner peace; therefore, it may be helpful in cases of stress, depression and low self-esteem. Sandalwood can also treat colds, dry coughs and intestinal spasms. It is known as a tonic for the immune system, a moisturizing treatment for mature skin and an aid to meditation, creativity and spiritual growth. Sandalwood Essential Oil is also an aphrodisiac.


  • Bronchitis, laryngitis, strep throat, catarrh, cough: Direct Inhalation, Steam Inhalation.

    Chapped skin, dry skin, rashes, acne, oily skin, scars, sensitive skin, stretch marks: Topical Application, Facial Massage.

    Immunity: Diffusion, Direct Inhalation, Topical Application, Whole Body Massage, Aromatic Bath.

    Depression, anxiety, stress, insomnia, loss of libido: Diffusion, Whole Body Massage, Aromatic Bath.

    Urinary tract problems, bladder infections, cystitis, leucorrhea: Sitz Bath, Hip Bath, Aromatic Bath.

    Cardiac fatigue: Topical Application, Compress, Whole Body Massage, Aromatic Bath.

    Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting: Topical Application, Compress.

     Note:  Sandalwood Oil does not work in the nebulizing diffuser.


    Safety Precautions

    Nontoxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing.

  • Traditional Uses

    Sandalwood has been part of the Asian, Pacific and Indian cultures for over 4,000 years. There are references to Sandalwood in Indian scriptures and folklore from before the birth of Christ. For example, it is mentioned in Buddhist Jatacka stories of the seventh century B.C.

    About the Plant

    A small evergreen tree growing up to 25 feet high when mature, Australian sandalwood has a brown-grey trunk and many branches. At one time, Sandalwood was used for making furniture and caskets as well as building temples. The wood was prized for its scent, its strength and its resistance to insects.

    Australian Sandalwood Oil represents an ecologically responsible and economical alternative to the more exotic and expensive Indian Sandalwood Oil. Amrita’s oil is produced in a sustainable, environmentally responsible manner through ethically managed plantations. Western Australia is home to the world's largest sustainable sandalwood reserve, covering 1.6 million square kilometers (approximately three times the size of France).

    Sandalwood Oil is frequently used in high-end fragrances and natural perfumery and is enjoyed by both men and women. It is most often used as a base note and helps round out blends

    Where it Grows

    It is native to the drier inland regions of western and southern Australia.



  • Scent:  Woody, soft, extremely tenacious.

    Blends With:  Bergamot, Cypress, Cedar, Geranium, Jasmine, Rose, Vetiver.

    Note:  Base

    Composition:  Santalol, farnesol, santene, teresantol, borneol, santalone, tri-cyclo-ekasantalal.

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