Country of Origin: India
Sandalwood has excellent antiseptic properties and is used to treat both internal and external wounds. It is applied on wounds and cuts and protects against inflammation and pathogenic microorganisms. This speeds up the healing process and prevents scars. Sandalwood is also used to treat internal sores such as ulcers and inflammations. It can be consumed in combination with milk to treat internal infections of the throat, esophagus, stomach, and intestines.
Sandalwood also acts against insect bites. Its intense aroma makes it ideal against insects and microbes and is used in sprays and fragrances to disinfect spaces.
The anti-inflammatory effect of sandalwood relieves any kind of inflammation in the brain, the digestive system, the circulatory system, and protects against the side effects of antibiotic drugs. It acts as a tonic to the overall health of the body.
Sandalwood acts as an anticonvulsant and relaxes the nerves, muscles and arteries to stop spasms and contractions. It contributes to the fight against neural cough and asthma. Sandalwood is particularly effective in treating cough as its expectorant action helps to eliminate mucus and phlegm. At the same time it fights viral infections which cause colds, coughs, flu, mumps or any other illness.
Sandalwood' s tranquillizing action relaxes the gastrointestinal system and facilitates the exhalation of gases, thereby reducing the feeling of bloating. Its sedative action has the effect of combating stress, anxiety and insomnia, while at the same time it promotes concentration, positive thoughts, and enhances memory.
Sandalwood helps significantly to reduce blood pressure in patients suffering from hypertension. It also has a diuretic action that increases the frequency of urination, increases the elimination of toxins from the body and prevents infections and inflammations of the urinary tract.
Finally, sandalwood is used as a body deodorant as it fights skin bacteria that are responsible for the bad smell.
CAUTION! Sandalwood should be avoided during pregnancy
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