Amyris Balsamifera also known as West Indian Sandalwood, Torchwood or Candlewood.  Steam Distilled from the  heart wood. Gentle, woody aroma.  Blends with other Woods, Lavender, Citronella, Oak Moss.

CHARACTER:   “ Assured Comforter” Soothing
ETHERIC COLOR: Light Yellow, Orange, Green
GEMS: Wood Agate, Chrysoprase, Citrine
PERFUME NOTE:  Middle to Base, Fixative
ASTRO:  Moon, Venus
USED FOR THESE POSITIVE ATTRIBUTES: Warm, Comfort, Sensitive, Serene, Trusting, Harmony, Peace, Wise, Expressive, Meditative, Open, Insight.
USED FOR THESE NEGATIVE TRAITS: Stress, trauma, grief, tension, insomnia, exhaustion
USED FOR THESE PHYSICAL STATES:  wounds, influenza, coughs, muscle pain, skin problems
PROPERTIES: balsamic, muscle relaxant, emollient, antiseptic, lymphatic decongestant, expectorant, cardio-tonic, anti-inflammatory
PERSONALITY: (More of a Yin or feminine Sandalwood)
+ Serene and aware of emotions, and direction in life.
+Appears laid back, but can have underlying passionate emotion. Never out of control.
+Instinctively knows when something is missing or not right.
+Leaves no stone unturned in the search for truth.
+Serious, but able to laugh at themselves and others without malice.
+Supportive of others trying to pick up the threads of their lives.
+Tactile in a gentle sort of way depending on the mores of their culture.
+Brings Joy and Laughter to our hearts
+May long for the answer to life, appealing to the heavens to reveal a bit more.
+Make good healers, understanding humanity very well.
+ Self-assured, calming, especially good at comforting during trauma or grief.
++Good at any job that needs direct communication and ingenuity.  They make good artists, writers, psychologists, counselors, may also lean toward botany or archaeology. Naturally strong in the nurturing parenting skills.  Make good parents. 
BLENDS:  Ajna, Brave Heart,  Caldera,  Horse Whisper,  Into The Woods,   Kaibab Canyon,   Key Lime Pie, Kokopelli, Lemon Meringue, Mesa Verde,  Moss Agate,  Silverado,  Spruce Mesa,  Wood Badge,  Yellowstone,   

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