Aromatherapy Spotlight: Sandalwood

sandalwood Sandalwood is native to tropical parts of Asia. It was originally used for building temples, and has been prized by Hindu, Shinto, Buddhist and Muslim people as an incense, cosmetic, and perfume.

It smells deep, fruity and relaxing and is considered a purifying aphrodisiac. You can pat one drop onto swollen lymph nodes to relieve sore throat and fight infection. It can soften and moisturize skin, and relieves itching.

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