New Caledonian sandalwood from Primavera

59,90 "*"

Includes 19% Mwst.
(898,00 / 100 ml)
Delivery Time: approx. 2-3 working days

5ml

Bot.Name: Santalum austrocaledonicum

Plant part: Wood

Production: distillation

Origin: New Caledonia

 

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Description

Sandalwood New Caledonian

The Sandalwood tree ( Santalum album ) is a species of plant within the sandalwood family (Santalaceae). The original range is unknown. The sandalwood tree is grown in many tropical areas today. Mainly in India (Santalum Album) and Australia – Sandalwood New Caledonian – (Santalum Austrocaledonicum)

The sandalwood tree grows as an evergreen, small tree that reaches heights of growth in Australia (New Caledonian sandalwood) of up to 4 meters and it reaches its best quality at around 40 years of age. The tree is fully grown at around 60 years of age.

The B aum belongs to the most valuable, but also most endangered tree species. The wood of this plant is one of the most expensive in the world. It has long been used in many religious ceremonies. Its scent is so sought after that the tree is threatened with extinction.

The reforestation increased in the years 2000-2006 from 7 to 70km² / year – the price too: in 1990 one tonne cost € 3,800 – in 2009 the price was 85,000 € / t

The export was limited.

From approx. 25kg of wood you get 1 ltr. Oil

Before internal use, please consult specialist books, doctor or aromatherapist.

The effect on the soul is: Strongly relaxing, balancing, mood-enhancing, antidepressant, sexually stimulating, helps with: restlessness, stress, nervousness and more.

The effect physically: Disinfectant, wound healing, antispasmodic, strengthens the immune system, helps with: skin problems, skin impurities, to

Ingredients: Santalum Austrocaledonicum Wood Oil

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Weight55 g
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Sandalwood New Caledonian. This popular fragrance has been a rare treasure since ancient times, because the difficult growing conditions mean that it is far from being able to meet the demand.

New Caledonian sandalwood from Primavera

59,90 "*"