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Sandlewood Incense
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Post # 1

What uses does sandlewood incense have?

Blessings

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Re: Sandlewood Incense
By: / Novice
Post # 2
Meditation, healing and Chakra alignment. Plus it just smells divine! These are just a few, but they are the main ones.
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Re: Sandlewood Incense
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Post # 3

Indeed, its smell is very fufilling! Although, too much gives me a headache T_T

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Re: Sandlewood Incense
By: / Novice
Post # 4
And as much as most of us dig sandalwood, please note it is now considered an "endangered species" due to over-harvest. Much like Cork wood. I am incredibly stingy when I burn mine.
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Re: Sandlewood Incense
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Post # 5
It is one of those scents some must take in small doses. I grew accustomed when I looked into Buddhism many moons ago, but just love it's aroma...
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Re: Sandlewood Incense
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Post # 6

D: No! Not the Sandlewood!

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Re: Sandlewood Incense
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Post # 7
Sadly, yes. I am sad about the cork too, I love my glass bottles! Might be some free-trade bark available to make ones own though. It is the bark of these lovely trees that gets stripped off and processed.
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Re: Sandlewood Incense
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Post # 8

Isn't it possible to grow our own?

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Re: Sandlewood Incense
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Post # 9
It is a species native to Southeast Asia/ Indian subcontinent. I suppose if one lived within the latitude they could. Maybe in a greenhouse setting, constant temperature with a controlled climate. Most flora species from more exotic regions thrive best in settings akin to their native clime. If a species thrives in, say moist tropical forests with a thick canopy, one would keep them at a stable temperature (usually above 70*, with plenty of moisture and less light.) Dependent on where you presently live, you might research this further! I genuinely hope this helps :)
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Re: Sandlewood Incense
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 10
I used to burn Sandlewood until it started to get scarce. I began to use Frankincense. Now that, too, is getting scarce because the trees are being cut down to make way for other crops.And what there is of it, the Catholic Church buys it in bulk!
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