The dry woody aroma of sandalwood trees has made them useful for centuries for a wide number of purposes that include; embalming purposes, religious reasons, meditation, aromatherapy, and so many others. The Indian Sandalwood tree, in particular, is widely used since it has superior healing powers. It serves as a mood booster, skin enhancer, and helps uplift feelings during meditation. The doTERRA Sandalwood (Indian) Essential Oil will allow you to experience the many benefits of the sweet and soothing sandalwood oil. It is safe, pure and potent oil sourced from only the best quality trees in India.
Product Features and Benefits
- It is packaged in a 5ml container that weighs 0.8 ounces and has a dimension of 1x1x2.2 inches. This is an ideal quantity for several uses.
- It is ideal for dry and scratchy throats. You can dilute it and gargle it.
- Blends well with other oils such as myrrh, bergamot, lavender, vetiver, black pepper, ylang-ylang, rose, frankincense, grapefruit, jasmine, and geranium.
- You can use it as an aphrodisiac and it also helps those with bronchitis, stress, asthma, chest infections, nervous tension, or insomnia.
- It can be used as a remedy for skin imperfections.
- Helps enhance mood during meditation.
- It is extracted from the heartwood of the oldest sandalwood trees. Remember the older the sandalwood tree, the better the resulting oil in terms of quality and potency.
- It has been proven to be safe for use. However, you should seek advice from your doctor before use if you have any chronic disease (cancer, liver disorder, and others) that might pose a risk. Any breastfeeding mother or young child should not use it also.
Product Pros and Cons
- Highly versatile. Can serve so many purposes.
- Blends perfectly with other oils.
- Safe for the user.
- Good quantity.
- Works as expected.
- Smells well. Has a good aroma and mild scent.
- Excellent buyer feedback.
- The manufacturer has a good reputation for good quality products.
- It is 100 percent natural and sourced from good quality sandalwood trees in India.
- Somewhat thick. Takes time to come out.