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Raahi Parfums

Sandalwood Log 50gm 100% Pure

Sandalwood Log 50gm 100% Pure

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Ayurveda's chill pill! In Ayurveda, it's the OG remedy for balancing vibes. This paste cools you down, chills your stress, and even makes your skin happy. It's a multitasker - acne's worst enemy and your skin's BFF.

Ayurveda knows it's a triple threat. First, it's like ice for your mind, busting stress and boosting zen. Second, it's the superhero for your skin, fighting inflammation and redness. And third, it's a fragrant potion that uplifts your senses, like an aromatherapy spa day.

But wait, there's more! Smearing this paste on your third eye? It's like dialling up your intuition and spiritual connection. So, when in doubt, grab that Sandalwood paste and dive into Ayurvedic awesomeness! 

It's like a spa treatment from nature – calming your mind, pampering your skin, and making you smell divine all at once.

When modern life goes nuts, trust this ancient remedy to bring back your inner balance.

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Our Sandalwood Log is 100% pure, free from any additives or artificial fragrances, ensuring you get the highest quality product.

100% Pure Sandalwood Log 50gm

Rubbing a Sandalwood stick on a rubbing stone to create Sandalwood paste is a traditional practice that requires a gentle and patient approach. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

  1. Gather Your Materials: You'll need a Sandalwood stick, a rubbing stone, and a small bowl of water.
  2. Prepare the Stone: Place the rubbing stone on a stable surface. It's important to have a firm and level base to ensure that the stone doesn't move during the rubbing process.
  3. Wet the Stone: Before you start rubbing, moisten the surface of the rubbing stone with a few drops of water. This creates a smoother surface and helps prevent the Sandalwood stick from sticking to the stone.
  4. Hold the Stick Properly: Hold the Sandalwood stick firmly but not too tightly between your palms. It's essential to have a comfortable grip that allows you to control the pressure applied.
  5. Start Rubbing: Gently rub the Sandalwood stick back and forth on the wet surface of the rubbing stone. Apply moderate pressure and use even strokes. The goal is to create a smooth paste by grinding the Sandalwood against the stone.
  6. Rotate the Stick: As you rub, make sure to rotate the Sandalwood stick. This helps to ensure even wear on the stick and prevents it from wearing down too much in one area.
  7. Add Water as Needed: If you notice that the stone is drying out, you can sprinkle a few more drops of water on it to maintain a moist surface. This also helps in preventing the stick from sticking to the stone.
  8. Continue Rubbing: Keep rubbing the Sandalwood stick on the stone in a rhythmic manner. Take breaks if needed to prevent overheating and to assess the progress of the paste.
  9. Observe the Texture: Over time, you'll notice that the Sandalwood stick begins to release its fragrant oils and create a paste-like consistency on the stone.
  10. Collect the Paste: As the Sandalwood stick wears down and the paste forms on the stone, use a clean spatula or a small spoon to collect the paste. It's now ready to be applied for various purposes.
  11. Clean the Stone: After you're done rubbing the Sandalwood stick, gently clean the rubbing stone using water and a soft cloth to remove any residue. Allow the stone to dry before storing it.

Remember, the process of rubbing Sandalwood on a rubbing stone requires patience and a gentle touch. It's a meditative and traditional practice that connects you to nature's essence and the rich history of Sandalwood's use.

RETURNS: We only accept returns for defective or damaged products. If you’d like to sample the fragrance first, we recommend you start with one of our Discovery Sets.

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The world of fine fragrances and India share a deep cultural and historical connection.

In the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, the town of Kannauj has been known for centuries for producing the Indian attars and intense perfumery ingredients.

Surrounded by silt-rich fields that grow an extraordinary range of exotic flowers, aromatics grasses, roses, and herbs, Kannauj is justifiably called the perfume capital of India.

Maybe that is why Shri Munshi, a poet and former governor of Uttar Pradesh, said, "If you want to visit a perfumery town, visit Kannauj. It is art – it is culture and it is a heritage.”