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Santalum spicatum – Sandalwood Aust.- Essential Oil - Native Oils Australia

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Australian distributor: Native Oils Australia was established in 2011 as a resource for essential oil producers and growers who have invested in or are interested in the Australian essential oil industry. NOA aims to produce, promote, research and develop.

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Delivery Zone: Worldwide, Sending from Australia

Sandalwood Essential OilThis page details numerous elements of information, attributes, history, benefits/uses and imagery of Sandalwood Essential Oil.Name: Sandalwood Aust.Botanical Name: Santalum spicatumCountry of Origin: AustraliaSandalwood Essential Oil Sandalwood leafSandalwood Essential Oil Sandalwood Santalum Spicatum Origin Map AustraliaEssential OilThe PlantScientific Articles Sandalwood Aust. (Santalum spicatum) A beautiful native Australian tree most prevalent in Western Australia that produces a wonderful essential oil popular in perfumery. Sandalwood Aust. (Santalum spicatum) Aroma Sweet earthy/woody scent Sandalwood Aust. (Santalum spicatum) Benefits Can help calm the mind, aid in sleep and mediation, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, relaxant Sandalwood Aust. (Santalum spicatum) Uses Traditional essential oil uses as well as anti aging skin formulas, perfumery, skin care, aromatic products A medium to large shrub that grows to around 4m high with green leaves and a small red-green 4-petalled flowers, Sandalwood has a price that reflects the required maturity of the tree prior to harvesting. Location: Native to Western Australia and central South Australia Graphical abstractSantalum spicatum heartwood xylem produces fragrant sesquiterpenoids. Sequences of sesquiterpenoid biosynthesis including terpene synthase and cytochrome P450 sequences were identified in a xylem transcriptome. •Sandalwood sesquiterpenes are of value for the fragrance industry.•A Santalum spicatum xylem heartwood low coverage transcriptome was produced.•Sequences for sesquiterpene biosynthesis were identified.•SspiTPS4 was characterized as a sesquisabinene B synthase. The fragrant heartwood oil of West Australian sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) contains a mixture of sesquiterpene olefins and alcohols, including variable levels of the valuable sesquiterpene alcohols, α- and β-santalol, and often high levels of E,E-farnesol. Transcriptome analysis revealed sequences for a nearly complete set of genes of the sesquiterpenoid biosynthetic pathway in this commercially valuable sandalwood species. Moniodis, J. Jones, C. Barbour, E. L. Plummer, J. Ghisalberti, E. Bohlmann, J. (2015) The transcriptome of sesquiterpenoid biosynthesis in heartwood xylem of Western Australian sandalwood (Santalum spicatum), Phytochemistry, Vol.113, pp.79-86  PHYSICAL PROPERTIESTESTSPECIFICATIONRelative Density @ 20°C0.945 – 0.980Refractive Index @ 20°C1.500 – 1.517Optical Rotation-16.0 - +4.0CHEMICAL PROPERTIESCONTITUENTRANGEα - santalol15-25%Epi – α– bisabolol2-12.5%Cis – β – santalol5-20%Epi – β – santalol0.5-3.5%z – α – trans – bergamotol2-10%Trans, trans farnesol2.5-15%z – nuciferol2-15%z – lanceol1-10%Further Information:http://saseedbank.com.au/species_information.php?rid=79For More Products: https://www.nativeoilsaustralia.com.au/products/
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