Sandalwood Oil – Aphrodisiac

As an aphrosisiac Sandalwood is useful for balancing and toning the female reproductive organs.

Research scientists have discovered the chemical substance responsible for Sandalwood’s erotic effect on our senses. Men’s underarm perspiration releases andosterone, a substance similar in chemical structure as the male hormone testosterone. Andosterone in light concentrations smells similar to Sandalwood.

Thus the aroma of Sandalwood, similar to a man’s underarm perspiration, sends out a barely perceptible but highly effective erotic signal to the opposite sex. Maybe that’s why men often choose to use Sandalwood fragrance as a way to increase their manly aura of attraction to females.

Sandalwood’s restorative effects make it a good tonic for the immune system. Its immune stimulating properties act to increase white blood cell production.

An excellent tonic for the kidneys and adrenals which are heavily impacted by the stresses of our daily life. Use Sandalwood to promote kidney and adrenal function as well as tonify the bladder, kidney & urinary tract.

Sandalwood also supports the circulatory systems and enhances lymph, nerve and blood supply to all of our organs and systems and has traditionally been used for skin regeneration and healing.

As a regulating oil Sandalwood is beneficial for mature skin and known to balance both dry and oily skin conditions.

Consider Sandalwood for treating skin rash, eczema and psoriasis.

A natural antiseptic it is helpful for treating acne, blend with Basil, Chamomile or Tea Tree oils to enhance this effect.

Sandalwood is used in Indian temples, as well as in churches around the world in religious ceremonies for worshiping the divine.

Use Sandalwood to enhance your meditation and to open your Base Chakra which connects you with the planetary family of human kind, as well as to your own personal family and your local community.

Sandalwood reconciles our inner conflicts and contradictions and gently supports us to engage in the subtle play of nuances inherent to life as paradox!

In Ayurvedic Medicine, an ancient system of healing practiced in India, the sweet aroma of Sandalwood is used to regulate and pacify both Vata and Pitta imbalances. Symptoms of Vata imbalance are premenstrual syndrome, constipation, insomnia, restlessness, nervousness and anxiety or worry. Symptoms of Pitta imbalance include feelings of frustration and anger, tendency to emotional upset and over reaction, high blood pressure and an inability to relax and go with the flow.

True East Indian Sandalwood continues to rise in price almost daily. It has been restricted for exportation for some time now and its value is fast becoming beyond price. Sadly Traders of East Indian Sandalwood think we may no longer be able to procure this oil in the near future.

BLEND WITH: Atlas Cedarwood or Himalayan Cedarwood. Sandalwood smoothes and anchors any aromatic blend.

PLEASE NOTE: There are many cheap, synthetic copies of aromatic oils, but these are not recommended for therapeutic use. For best results purchase the highest quality oils you can possibly find. Use certified organic essential oils, or oils that have been tested and are pesticide free.

Aromatherapy is a gentle and noninvasive complementary health care system used for balancing and synchronizing your body, mind, spirit and emotions to enhance your health. Properly administered essential oils are a natural, safe and effective way to enhance your health and well-being and can produce satisfying results where other methods have failed. Please consult with your physician regarding serious health concerns and do not attempt to self diagnose.

Source by KG Stiles

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