Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil
Eaglewood Essential Oil

Eaglewood Essential Oil

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Quick overview

Distinguished and everlasting, Eaglewood Essential Oil is a fulsome force that fuses a full-bodied, balsamic bouquet with a woody, mossy undertone. The aroma is a spiritual cleanser that enhances clarity and opens the upper chakras. Its warming and mystically-elevating qualities invite deep relaxation and mindful meditation.

Details

Botanical Name: Aetoxylon sympetalum
Botanical Family: Thymelaeaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Bark
Country of Origin: Indonesia
Cultivation Method: Wild harvested
Composition: 100% Aetoxylon sympetalum
Consistency: Medium-thick viscosity
Scent Description: Warm, rich, resinous, amber-woody-aroma that is reminiscent of a fine Agarwood (Oud) oil dipped in Vetiver.
Blends well with: Vetiver, Agarwood, Sandalwood, Spikenard, Bergamot, Frankincense, Rose, Benzoin, Grapefruit, Myrtle, Myrrh, Jasmine, Ylang, Poplar Buds, Vanilla, and Sage.
Uses: A tenacious foundation incaptivating colognes. Spritz on skin, clothes, and hair. Anoint the chakras for meditative clarity. Blend into bountiful body oils for skin harmony and relaxation. Diffuse to infuse home with monastic-meditation vibes.

Eaglewood Essential Oil is distilled from the bark of a hearty tree that grows in Indonesia. This rare and robust resin only appears in the bark that has been naturally disrupted by fungus, insect invasion, lightning strikes, or from the friction of rubbing against another tree. “As a response to the alteration, an oleoresin containing secondary metabolites is produced and over a period of several years the heartwood fibers become infused with this aromatic resin.” (Peace-Rhind 2014) Altered sections of bark are aged and then distilled for several days to produce this transformational oil.

This rare bark was written about in the ancient Sanskrit Vedas, Buddhists use it to transform ignorance, and Tibetan monks use it to still the mind. In the Vedas, the Aquilaria family of trees is listed as one of the nature’s eight fragrant bounties.