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The fragrant and sweet-smelling sandalwood is used to offer incense to the gods and goddesses in rituals. The paste is put on the gods and goddesses and is considered auspicious in pujas.Its Ayurvedic Medicine uses this wood as a remedy and terms its properties as bitter, cooling and relaxing. Tibetan Medicine uses the fragrance of Sandalwood to ease emotional weariness from mental & intellectual overwork. Sandalwood fragrance creates an atmosphere which supports, calms, helps reflection and balances the individual. Burnt on charcoal discs and blocks for a truly authentic aromatic experience. Sandalwood paste Sandalwood paste is very easy to make at home. It’s not hard at all to make it. But you do need the block of sandalwood which you have to rub against the flat board with a little water. As you rub it you will notice the water taking on the colour of sandalwood and getting thick consistency. You can dilute it with a little bit of water, adding a few drops at a time till you have enough paste. Just have to be careful not to add too much water. And if you have the powder then just add the right amount of water or rose water to sandalwood powder making it not too thin or thick. Mix it thoroughly without forming any lumps. Use as desired.
Sandalwood Sticks/powder/paste are integral to Indian rituals and ceremonies, to mark religious utensils, and to decorate the icons of the deities.It is also used as Medicinal ingredient in many Herbal Medicines, and is also used in many Beauty products too
The sticks are packed in an airtight Pouch to retain its freshness.You can feel the fragrance on opening the pack only
It goes direct to your heart as it is a perfect meditation tool. It enhances spiritual inclination of an individual.
Regular application of sandalwood paste on the skin during summer has a refreshing effect and heals any summer boil.
Red Sandalwood has Spiritual as well as Ayurvedic Benefits .The wood paste is given to god during puja and it is highly beneficial for skin
Natural Chandan Wood for Religious Usage and Healing Purpose
The wood paste is given to god during puja and it is highly beneficial for skin