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sandalwood

Small tropical tree. Thin opposite lance-shaped leaves, shiny on top, pale on bottom. Takes up to 5 years to get viable seeds from new tree. Most famous for it’s essential oil, used in passing of kidney stones, urinary tract infections, relaxant, aphrodisiac.
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album are not not freely available, although some limited production of East Indian sandalwood is taking place.
The new fragrance, which contains Indian Sandalwood, is described as, "green and aromatic" and is said to bring a "freshness proposition" to the brand.
SAN ANTONIO -- ViroXis Corporation today announced that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted approval for the Company's investigational new drug (IND) application and planned clinical development of a drug substance derived from East Indian Sandalwood oil (EISO) for the topical treatment of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), common warts of the skin.
The product treats acne and prevents new breakouts from forming with salicylic acid, while pharmaceutical-grade East Indian Sandalwood Oil is intended to calm and sooth the skin.
The star, whose new product is named simply Cher Lloyd, was involved in creating the scent which is based around her beloved vanilla, plus the smell of Indian sandalwood.
Indian sandalwood, known scientifically Santalum, indigenous to South India, and growing in the Western Ghats and a few other mountain ranges like the Kalrayan and Shevaroyan Hills, was believed to be difficult to cultivate in the nursery and raise as plantation.
The middle notes are an involving combination of lily of the valley, heliotrope, and jasmine; and the base notes combine amber, Indian sandalwood, vanilla and musk.
Created for the modern man, this distinctive and masculine scent mixes nutmeg with crisp sage, pipe tobacco and Indian sandalwood.
The award is to advance the product development and commercialization of its topical Albuterpenoid drug, a patented anti-viral therapeutic derived from East Indian Sandalwood oil (EISO), aimed at treating common skin warts, a highly prevalent disease that currently lacks a successful means of treatment.