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Buddha Wood Essential Oil


Buddha Wood Essential Oil is sustainably wild harvested and extracted via steam distillation of the wood and bark of the Eremophila mitchelli tree, a native Australian shrub-like plant found on the east coast. The oil is known by various other names such as Desert Rosewood and False Sandalwood, and is often harvested as a more affordable substitute for Sandalwood due to its similar, but distinctly different aroma.


With its woody, earthy and slightly smoky yet balsamic aroma, Buddha Wood Oil is widely used in the personal fragrance industry, particularly for men, as it is often described as a ‘masculine’ fragrance. Not just useful for fragrance though, other Buddha Wood Essential Oil benefits have been known to:


• Provide a clarifying, healing, and relaxing atmosphere, especially helpful for use during meditation and yoga sessions.


• Helpful in aiding and stimulating the immune system.


• Because of its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, Buddha Wood Oil is excellent for helping to ease tired and sore muscles and joints.


• Boasting natural antibacterial and disinfectant benefits, it’s excellent for aiding the healing of cuts and small wounds. In fact, did you know because of these properties, the leaves of the Buddha Wood tree have traditionally been used by the Aboriginal Peoples of Australia in native remedies and medicines.

• May assist with stress and anxiety due to its soothing and calming effect


• Helpful in promoting clarity and balance


• Relaxant and meditative benefits


• Can help to ease sore muscles and joints


• Often used to repel bugs and insects Buddha Wood

Therapeutic Properties: Antibacterial, Disinfectant, Anti-inflammatory, Analgesic, Sedative, Immune Support, Anti-depressant


General Uses: Perfumes & Home fragrance, Massage oil blends, Meditation & Yoga, Candles & Soaps, Skincare products, Aromatherapy


Emotional Benefits:Balancing, Grounding, Calming, Soothing, Healing, Meditative Buddha Wood


Blends Well With:Cedarwood, Lavender, Sweet Orange, Rose, Sandalwood and Ylang Ylang


In addition, Budda Wood Oil has a chemical structure that is similar in profile to Agarwood and Vetiver

Buddha Wood Essential Oil

  • Diffuse: Add a few drops to an aromatherapy diffuser or electric vaporiser and let the soothing aroma of Buddha Wood Essential Oil fill your environment.

    Topically: Dilute a few drops of Buddha Wood Oil into a carrier oil, massage oil, or moisturiser to soothe sore, tight and fatigued muscles.

    Bath: Add a few drops to a warm bath.

    Foot Spa: To relieve sore feet add a drop or two of Buddha Wood Essential Oil to a pool of warm water before soaking your feet.

    On The Go: Add 4-6 drops of Buddha Wood Oil to a 15ml roller bottle and top with Fractionated Coconut Oil to create an on-the-go calming roller blend.

    Fast Remedy: Add 1-2 drops of Buddha Wood Essential Oil to a tissue and inhale at a distance while ensuring that the oil does not come into direct contact with the skin. Alternatively, you can smell the oil directly from the bottle!


    Topical Dilution Guidelines
    Please note that the following guidelines are recommended for healthy adults:


    General Use: 2 – 4% dilution (4 – 8 drops per 10ml)

    Facial Application: 1 – 2% dilution (2 – 4 drops per 10ml)

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