eaglewood, gaharu, aloeswood, Oud, kalamabak,
jinkoh - these are just a few of the names for
the resinous, fragrant and
heartwood produced by tree of
(INDIA) Agar wood have really best quality over all available quality of Agar
wood in the World. Its smell are spread a divine atmosphere. Its
used in many holy occasion.
has three principal uses: medicine, perfume and incense. Smaller
quantities are used for other purposes,
such as carvings .
the Arabian Country's People are used Agar wood as a incense. And burn
it on coal. Both agarwood
oil and incense are used for their fragrant properties,
notably in the Middle East. Buddhist,
Hindus and Muslims
use Agarwood incense in religious ceremonies, while
a revival of the "Koh doh" incense ceremony in Japan has
rekindled interest in agarwood
in that country.
and flakes are the most common forms of agarwood
wood Chips are come from only Specific area of Agar wood tree.
Only 10-20% of a large slab
or piece of agarwood
can be drawn into chips
and flakes, we separate
it by a sharp iron Rod, with the remainder sold as
powder/dust or used
for oil distillation. For
Get smell of Natural Agar wood, Please Put it on burn coal & a spice
smell spared all over atmosphere.
and dust cannot be burned directly
in incense holders, but can be used
to make incense sticks or coils for
indoor fragrance, and are used for religious
purposes by Muslims, Buddhists
use and trade have played an important historical role in culture of
gulf, and yet at the same time retain an arcane sense of mystery for many Gulf's people, let alone
foreigners with an interest in one of Gulf's high arts of long-standing tradition. Obtaining information
on this trade, and the industry it supports, required the establishment of
relationships and many of those would not have been possible for
TRAFFIC to obtain without various personal introductions and
connections, both inside and outside Gulf..
Buy Now Assam Agarwood Chips...........
of Agarwood (Oud)
is just one more example of a wild plant resource whose popularity in
medicines and cosmetics is pushing the species closer towards the point
of no return"