Saving Sandalwood

S. A.
May 2008
Natural Health;May2008, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p24
The article reports that sandalwood trees have been listed as a threatened species by the World Conservation Union. It reports that sandalwood use in cosmetics is causing formerly vast supplies of sandalwood trees to disappear in India and Nepal. Several beauty companies are responding by using only trees cultivated or harvested in protection programs.


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