Key Benefits of Growing Sandalwood Plants in India
Sandalwood oil has a warm, woody odor and is commonly used as a fragrance in incense, cosmetics, perfumes, and soaps.
Sandalwood oil is also used as a flavor for foods and beverages.
Burning Sandalwood incense can benefit healing work by promoting a deeper relaxed state in the healer, increasing spiritual energy.
Sandalwood also relaxes the heart and throat chakras. It will burned to exorcise demons and evil ghosts, conjure beneficial spirits and promote spiritual awareness.
In traditional medicine, Sandalwood oil has been used as an antiseptic and astringent and also for the treatment of headache, stomachache, urinary and genital disorders.
The essential oil, emulsion or paste of Sandalwood is used in the treatment of inflammatory and eruptive skin diseases.
White Chandan Saplings
Space Needed for White Sandalwood Saplings : White Sandalwood plants must be spaced between 2.5 and 4 meters (8 and 13 feet) apart.
Water Needed for White Sandalwood Plants : Give a little water every day, but don't overwater the soil because the sandalwood tree wants to be dry.
Temperature Requires for White Sandalwood Tree : The optimal temperature for the growth of sandalwood trees is between 12 and 35 degrees Celsius.
Life Span for White Sandalwood Plants : They may live to be a hundred years old.
Varieties of White Sandalwood Saplings : In India, there are several varieties of chandan: Indian Chandan, Red Chandan, Swet Chandan, and Malayagiri Chandan.
Locations We Deliver White Sandalwood Saplings in PAN India : We are supplying sandalwood saplings all over Tamilnadu. In Andhra Pradesh districts of Kadapa, Kurnool, Chittoor, and Nellore, we supply both red and white sandalwood. We have delivered sandalwood saplings to the Karnataka divisions of Haveri, Kolar, Bidar, Sagar, Hassan, Chikkamagalur, Mandya, Davanagere, and Bangalore. Telangana, Bihar, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra are among the states where we welcome wholesale sandalwood sapling orders.