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Сантал полинезийский (Santalum austrocaledonium) - 100% натуральное эфирное масло
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Sandalwood, New Caledonia
NEW CALEDONIA SANDALWOOD OIL
(aka New Caledonia Sandalwood Essential Oil, New Caledonian Sandalwood Essential Oil, Santalum Austrocaledonicum Wood Oil)
Botanical Name: Santalum austrocaledonicum Vieill.
Origin: New Caledonia
Process: Steam Distilled Essential Oil
Plant Part: Heartwood
Cultivation: Plantation Grown
Use: Aromatherapy / Natural Perfumery. Always dilute.
Note: Base; Excellent Fixative
Aroma Family: Woody
Aroma: Extremely sweet, smooth, woody, santalol-rich, with a very long, deep, sweet-wood drydown.
Contraindications: None known.
INCI Name Santalum Austrocaledonicum (Sandalwood New Caledonia) Oil
New Caledonian Sandalwood Essential Oil
Our Sandalwood essential oil from New Caledonia is extremely warm, sweet and ultra smooth. This oil is rich in α-santalol, the constituent that gives Sandalwood its signature woody aroma and is responsible for much of the biological effects. This plantation grown austrocaledonicum species of Sandalwood, with its rich, precious wood aroma, provides a cost effective and sustainable alternative to endangered Indian Sandalwood oils. This oil’s smooth, woody santalol aroma is rich and long lasting on a scent strip, resulting in a very long, deep, sweet-wood drydown. Iso-β-bisabolol, an active trace constituent with a strong floral, muguet-like, pleasant smell, was also detected in Sandalwood oils from New Caledonia.1
The Sandalwood essential oil most recognized is distilled from Santalum album in the Mysore region of India. It is an alarming fact that Mysore Sandalwood has endured severe population decline and genetic impoverishment (i.e., become nearly extinct) due to decades of over-harvesting, mismanagement of forests and illegal poaching – all driven by lucrative global demand. This is good news and bad news. The bad news is that high value plus harvesting restrictions are powerful incentives for the development of synthetics and the routine adulteration of genuine Sandalwood oils.2 The good news is that this near tragedy created a new industry in other regions for cultivating various species of Sandalwood (including S. austrocaledonicum) using more sustainable practices – a successful strategy for redirecting market pressure away from this precious botanical. Sandalwood, an exquisitely fragrant and praiseworthy tree, like the majestic elephant, has been nearly loved to death. May your usage of Sandalwood be mindful, and may you be present in the magnificence of every application.
Eden Botanicals sources a wide variety of sustainably harvested Santalum species from reputable suppliers in different geographical regions that we are sure will enchant and delight even the most discriminating Sandalwood lovers.
Not sure which Sandalwood to choose? Please see our Sandalwood Samples (you can uncheck the ones you don't want to receive). For a complete list of our Sandalwood offerings, click here.
For information regarding the aromatherapeutic attributes of Sandalwood essential oil, please see:
Essential Oils – A Handbook for Aromatherapy Practice, 2nd ed., Jennifer Peace Rhind, 2012, pp. 218-20.
Fragrance and Wellbeing – Plant Aromatics and Their Influence on the Psyche, Jennifer Peace Rhind, 2014, pp. 161-6.
Advanced Aromatherapy – The Science of Essential Oil Therapy, Kurt Schnaubelt, 1998, p. 29.
L'Aromathérapie Exactement, Pierre Franchomme and Dr. Daniel Pénoël, 1990, pp. 396-7.
Aromatherapy Workbook (revised edition), Marcel Lavabre, 1997, p. 148.
The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils, Julia Lawless, 2013, pp. 179-80.
Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit, Gabriel Mojay, 1996, pp. 116-7.
Aromatherapy for Health Professionals, 2nd ed., Shirley and Len Price, 1999, pp. 316-7.
"Photochemistry and Pharmacology of Santalum album L.: A Review," R Kumar, N Anjum, Y C Tripathi, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2015, 4(10): 1842-1876, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/282638998_Phytochemistry_
"Santalum album oil rejuvenated Part one: history, meeting sustainability challenges, quality control and psychodermatology," Robert Tisserand, June 2017, Tisserand Institute, http://tisserandinstitute.org/santalum-album-oil-rejuvenated/?utm_source=Tisserand+Lists&utm_campaign=e73cc61ecf-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_08_03&utm_medium=email&utm_
For information regarding the use of Sandalwood essential oil in natural perfumery, please see:
"Decoding Obscure Notes Part XI: Vampires and Sandals,” Ayala Moriel in Smellyblog, December 2013, http://ayalasmellyblog.blogspot.com/2013/12/decoding-obscure-notes-part-xi-vampires.html
"Perfumery Material: Sandalwood & Synthetic Substitutes," Elena Vosnaki in Perfume Shrine, May 2011, http://perfumeshrine.blogspot.com/2011/05/perfumery-material-sandalwood-synthetic.html
"Perfumer’s Nose: Sandalwood, The Aroma of Healing," Elise Pearlstine in Elise's Blog, April 2015, http://tambela.com/blog/perfumers-nose-sandalwood-the-aroma-of-healing/
"Sandalwood in Perfumery: "Sacred Tree of Meditation," Elise Pearlstine in CaFleureBon, April 2013, http://www.cafleurebon.com/cafleurebon-sandalwood-in-perfumery-sacred-tree-of-meditation-ten-natural-and-niche-sandalwood-perfumes-draw/
Aromatic Profile: Extremely sweet, smooth, woody, santalol-rich, with a very long, deep, sweet-wood drydown. Excellent fixative.
Appearance: Colorless to very pale yellow, transparent, somewhat viscous mobile liquid.
Storage Suggestions: This oil will actually improve with age, that is, the aroma will become deeper, rounder and more refined over time when properly stored at a constant temperature below 65-70F degrees.
Use: Aromatherapy, Natural Perfumery. PLEASE NOTE: Sandalwood essential oil is somewhat viscous and may clog some types of aromatic diffusers. Mixing Sandalwood with a thinner, more mobile essential (not fixed) oil before adding to a diffuser is recommended.
Blending Suggestions: Dilute and add drop by drop to create a base note or to add a woody, sweet note to your formulas.
Blends Well With: Agarwood, Amber Oil - Fossilized, Ambrette, Amyris, Bergamot, Black Currant Bud, Black Pepper, Boronia, Cardamom, Cassie, Chamomile (Roman), Champaca, Cistus, Clary Sage, Clove, Coriander, Cypress, Frankincense, Geranium, Jasmine, Juniper Berry, Labdanum, Lavender, Lemon, Linden Blossom, Lotus, Mandarin, Mimosa, Myrrh, Neroli, Nutmeg, Oakmoss, Orange, Orris, Osmanthus, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Petitgrain, Rose, Spikenard, Tangerine, Tuberose, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang. "Hugely versatile [and] one of a few outstanding fixatives and oils used for blending in many perfume types. Indispensible [and] …one of the most useful of all perfume materials."3
Safety Considerations: None known; a maximum dermal use level of 2% is recommended.4 Dilute before using. A patch test should be performed before use for those with sensitive skin.
1 https://mafiadoc.com/eastern-polynesian-sandalwood-oil_59d717311723dd6ca459cc8b.html (p. 5 of PDF)
2 Turin, Luca. The Secret of Scent: Adventures in Perfume and the Science of Smell, 2006, p. 77.
3 Lawless, Alec. Artisan Perfumery or Being Led by the Nose, 2009, p. 68.
4 Tisserand, Robert and Rodney Young. Essential Oil Safety, 2nd ed., 2014, p. 419.
Santalum austrocaledonium, wildcrafted heartwood, solvent extracted Absolute from New Caledonia, Australia. Warm, sweet, and caramel woody.
Botanical Name: Santalum austrocaledonium
Country of Origin: New Caledonia, Australia
Extraction Method: Solvent
Distillation Date: Sep 2021
Minimum Shelf Life: 20+ years
Viscosity: Moderately thick, gentle warming to liquefy
Plant Part: Heartwood Wildcrafted
Perfume Note: Base
Aroma: Earthy, warm, creamy, woody with a sweet back note
Blends well with: Bergamot, Black Pepper, Clary Sage, Clove Bud, Davana, Geranium, Grapefruit Pink, Frankincense, Jasmine grand, Jasmine sambac, Lavender, Neroli, Orange Sweet, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Rose Otto, Rose Moroc, Rosewood, Siam Wood (Pemou), Tangerine, Tuberose, Ylang Ylang Complete, Ylang Ylang Extra
This new batch of Sandalwood Absolute is every bit as exquisite as the last we obtained, even slightly stronger (woody) but aromatically smooth and creamy with no rough edges. Exquisite for natural perfumers! This Sandalwood Absolute extracted in New Caledonia, Australia, is rich, thick, and exhibits a wonderful warm, creamy, sweet sensuous aroma. You will find hints of maple within the aromatic qualities of this absolute, most suitable for adding a woody sweet aroma to perfume formulations. It is important to note that this Sandalwood Absolute from New Caledonia should not be construed as a replacement for Sandalwood Mysore. While both exhibit warm sweet woody aromas this absolute from Santalum austrocaledonicum is slightly similar yet with a creamy maple sweet aroma. Intrigued? Order a small 1mL sample to find out for yourself just how beautiful this sandalwood actually is.
Increased difficulty sourcing true Indian Sandalwood Mysore has popularized the New Caledonian Santalum austrocaledonium variety. The absolute oil has become an excellent less costly alternative for adding a creamy woody depth to blends.
Aromatherapy use: Anti-anxiety. Recommended for perfumery use, for skin care or aromatherapy use we recommend Sandalwood mysore essential oil.
General use: Oil diffusers, potpourri, incense, perfume, bath oil, bath salt, bath and shower gels, soap making, candle making, spiritual blends
Contraindications: Non-toxic, non-irritant, and non-sensitizing.