sandalwood oil


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sandalwood oil

[′san·dəl‚wu̇d ‚ȯil]
(materials)
Pale-yellow essential oil with harsh taste and faint aromatic scent; soluble in fixed oils; insoluble in glycerin; derived from the sandalwood Santalum album; used in medicine, perfumes, and flavors. Also known as East Indian sandalwood oil; sandal oil; santal oil; santalwood oil.
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This study, however, undertook the evaluation of the in-vivo anti-diabetic and antioxidant efficacies of sandalwood oil and [alpha]-santalol in experimentally induced diabetic mice.
Oxidative stress status in D-galactose mice groups was also ameliorated upon intraperitoneal administration of [alpha]-santalol (100 mg/kg BW)and sandalwood oil (1 g/kg BW)as indicated from significantly increased the body weights by 27.
Witness results in minutes as sandalwood oil tones and firms, while ginger root extract and Hydroplex HHG moisturises and revitalises.
Today their company, Mt Romance, is a state-of-the-art essential oils factory generating direct employment for almost 50 people and exporting Australian sandalwood oil and associated products worldwide.
But if the skin is dry, patchy and dehydrated try mixing four drops of sandalwood oil with four drops of neroli (orange blossom) oil in 25ml of avocado oil which nourishes dry skin.
Deeply rooted in the heritage of perfumery, Sandalwood Oil is becoming endangered and is increasingly more expensive to harvest, leading to the gradual substitution of synthetic varieties of sandalwood within fine fragrances.
Tenders are invited for Disposal/Sale of Indian Sandalwood white chips (Sapwood at KS&DL, Sandalwood Oil Division, Mysore-5700 08 on "AS IS WHERE IS BASIS".
The anticancer effects of [alpha]-santalol, a major component of sandalwood oil, have been reported against the development of certain cancers such as skin cancer both in vitro and in vivo.
The bottom notes of rich white musk, natural vetiver, and sandalwood oil add warmth and sensuality.