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Red Sandalwood
Red Sandalwood

Red Sandalwood

2500.00 - 10000.00 INR/Kilograms

Product Details:

  • Color Red
  • Product Type Red Sandalwood
  • Size 4X8 Inch, 8X12 Inch, 12X18 Inch, 18X24 Inch, 24X30 Inch
  • Material Sandalwood
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Price And Quantity

  • 2500.00 - 10000.00 INR/Kilograms
  • 1000 Kilograms

Product Specifications

  • Sandalwood
  • 4X8 Inch, 8X12 Inch, 12X18 Inch, 18X24 Inch, 24X30 Inch
  • Red Sandalwood
  • Red

Trade Information

  • Telegraphic Transfer (T/T)
  • 7-15 Days
  • Australia Central America South America Western Europe Middle East Eastern Europe Asia North America Africa

Product Description

A red sandalwood tree has heartwood in distinct red color that is a valuable wood because of its many applications. The main uses of this type of specialized wood are natural dye in textile industry, cosmetic ingredient, and in traditional ceremonies. Traditional medicine and Ayurveda have been using this wood for centuries for preparing herbal remedies because of its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. The aroma of this red sandalwood makes it highly sought out for making incense and essential oils. Carpenters also prefer red sandalwood for creating ornate furniture. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is red sandalwood? 

A: Red sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus) is a tree species native to southern India this is prized for its fragrant heartwood, that's rich in crimson pigment and has been used for centuries in traditional drugs, perfumes, and spiritual ceremonies. 

Q: What are the makes use of red sandalwood? 

A: Red sandalwood has a ramification of conventional makes use, along with ayurvedic medication for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial homes, as a natural dye for textiles and cosmetics, and in religious ceremonies as incense and for making prayer beads. 

Q: Is red sandalwood endangered? 

A: Yes, purple sandalwood is indexed as a susceptible species through the Worldwide Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and is blanketed below Indian regulation due to overexploitation for its treasured heartwood. 

Q: What are the consequences of unlawful harvesting and exchange of purple sandalwood? 

A: The consequences for illegal harvesting and change of purple sandalwood can be intense, which include fines and imprisonment under Indian regulation. In addition, worldwide exchange in pink sandalwood is regulated below the conference on worldwide exchange in endangered species of untamed fauna and flowers (cites), and violators can face extensive fines and different penalties.

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