Edible Sandalwood Oil
Its completely natural, edible and certified.
Jariboti.pk presents Edible Sandalwood Oil which has a sandal flavour weighs 30 grams. Please do not expect high aroma or scent. Its completely natural and edible too. It will have the scent of what it has naturally. Can be used for any skin too.
- Pure extract of sandal oil from sandalwood
- All natural and not artificial
The health benefits of edible sandalwood oil can be attributed to its properties as an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antiphlogistic, antispasmodic, astringent, cicatrizant, carminative, diuretic, disinfectant, emollient, expectorant, hypotensive, memory booster, sedative, and a tonic substance.
The oil of sandalwood is very good as an antiseptic agent. It is safe for both internal and external applications. When ingested, it helps protect internal wounds and ulcers from infections. Similarly, when applied to the skin, it protects wounds, sores, boils, and pimples from developing infections or from becoming septic.
Sandalwood must be distilled so that the oil can be extracted from within. There are many different methods that are used, including steam distillation, water distillation, CO2 extractions and solvent extractions. Steam distillation is the most common method used by sandalwood companies as we do. It occurs in a four-step process, incorporating boiling, steaming, condensation, and separation. Water is heated to high temperatures (140-212 °F) and is then passed through the wood. The oil is very tightly bound within the cellular structure of the wood, so the high heat of the steam causes the oil to be released. The mixture of steam and oil is then cooled and separated so that the essential oil can be collected. This process is much longer than any other essential oil’s distillation, taking 14 to 36 hours to complete, but generally produces much higher quality oil. Water, or hydro, distillation is the more traditional method of sandalwood extraction which involves soaking the wood in water and then boiling it until the oil is released. This method is not used as much anymore because of the high costs and time associated with heating large quantities of water.
Caution: No risks have been associated with edible sandalwood oil, except that it is recommended not to be used raw on the skin. For application on the skin, it should be mixed with some type of carrier oil. Therapeutic Food grade Edible Sandalwood oil is generally safe for human consumption in small amounts as per approval is given by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 0.001% of sandalwood essential oil is approved by the FDA to use it in the food industry.
Blending: Bergamot, black pepper, geranium, lavender, myrrh, rose, vetiver and ylang-ylang blend very nicely with sandalwood essential oil for aromatherapy.
- Please be notified that the Packaging bottle might slightly vary from batches to batches. But it is the same oil inside. Also, please be notified that the content of oil is 30 grams in weight and that will be just 30 ml in quantity. The oil is pure but content quantity cannot be more than specified in the listing. Please be notified container designs will vary slightly from batch to batch.
- There hasn’t been extensive research conducted on the safety of sandalwood oil. But because there haven’t been any significant adverse effects documented in scientific literature, it continues to be used cosmetically and in food. A few studies were found to identify sandalwood oil’s potential toxic effects, but it was determined to be safe at the present levels that the oil is used in food as flavorings. In a few different patch tests, undiluted sandalwood oil was found to be slightly irritating in mice and rabbits, but not in humans.
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