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Sandalwood Rose #211

Sandalwood Rose #211


Sandalwood Rose #211 is a romance type essential oil synergy blend that combines a soft, sweet-woody, warm base with a hint of rich sweet delicate rose. The combination creates a soft and balanced aroma that is pleasing to the senses. It is perfect for creating a calming atmosphere. It is also ideal for those special occasions when you want to create a romantic, soothing ambiance. Sandalwood Rose #211 can be used in aromatherapy, diffusers, and other inhalation methods and in massage, and other topical applications.

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- EO Blend #211 designed with the intent to help with meditation, releasing tension, ease agitation, and bring a sense of joy to the heart. It can also be good for sensitive dry, mature skin, bringing cooling, calm, softening effects to the skin.  This blend can be diluted and used as a body massage oil.  This blend is not only good for your emotions, but it is great for your skin, and general health.


-The aroma of this blend can be described as a soft, sweet-woody, warm base with a hint of rich sweet delicate rose. It may help calm, soothe, regenerate, and ease: EO Blend #211



Thinking Points:

-Rose (antianxiety, aphrodisiac, astringent, sedative, tonic, the queen of all flowers, bringing joy to the heart, gentle but potent antidepressant, soothes feelings of anger and fear. Comforts sorrow refreshes a sad heart and opens the door to love, friendship, and empathy. excellent emollient, hydrating and softening properties.), Sandalwood (a base note, anti-inflammatory, emollient, sedative, tonic: Can have a relaxing effect on nerves, works on agitated nerves, tension headaches, insomnia, and nervous tension. Sandalwood is soothing to the skin, cooling and moisturizing, good for dry skin types and skin inflammation.), Amyris [also known as-Candlewood, West Indian Sandalwood] (warm, woody, with a hint of cedarwood, sweet-balsamic odor; not true sandalwood, good fixative, used in soaps and perfumes as a sandalwood substitute. Belongs to the Rutaceae family)

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