|Latin Name :||Eremophila mitchellii|
|English Name :||Buddha Wood|
|French Name :||Bois de bouddha|
History and Origin
Eremophila mitchellii is a small tree from Australia’s dry areas. The species was first described in 1848 by the botanist George Bentham and named after the explorer Thomas Mitchell. Eremophila mitchellii is also known as false sandalwood or bastard sandalwood. The three main components of Buddha Wood oil are sesquiterpene ketones that had never before been discovered in nature.