Sandalwood Aromatherapy

Sandalwood oil comes from the heartwood of an evergreen tree called Candana (Santalum albums) native to south India, Australia, and islands in the Pacific. Used to treat a number of health conditions in traditional Indian medicine, some of its health benefits have been corroborated by modern in vitro and in vivo studies. It is often applied directly to the forehead to calm the mind, and taken both internally and applied topically for mental disorders.15

To treat the fatigue that often results from stress, pat and rub oils infused with sandalwood. Experts suggest adding a heating oil (e.g., mint or eucalyptus) to help loosen and eliminate toxins as well.1

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