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sandalwood in Plants topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsandalwoodsan‧dal‧wood /ˈsændlwʊd/ noun [uncountable]  HBPDCBpleasant-smelling wood from a southern Asian tree, or the oil from this wood
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sandalwoodThere was the smell of frost falling and sandalwood burning.Some years ago, as a student of aromatherapy at my first workshop, I encountered the captivating aroma of sandalwood.For instance, you may be feeling depressed and lethargic, yet love the gentle, relaxing aroma of sandalwood.For example: try two drops of bergamot, one drop of lavender and one drop of sandalwood.Smoke from smouldering sandalwood permeated everything.He smelt of expensive soap, sandalwood and mothballs.Long, thin sandalwood logs sprinkled with incense were stacked on it.Peppermint, for example, is extremely powerful, whereas sandalwood is very mild.