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The Agarwood

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The aquilaria tree is the source of agarwood (also called oud wood), is a tree that grows up to 40 meters high and 60 centimeters in diameter. It produces delicately perfumed, white flowers.

How is agarwood used?

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There are many events in Middle Eastern life that call for burning agar wood and bathing in its smoke to obtain its perfume.

The qualities and grades of Agarwood

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Agarwood is the precious resinous wood that is formed within some species of Aquilaria trees, including a high number of non-hazardous hydrocarbons that emit slightly different odors when heated.

Agarwood oil

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Agarwood oil is currently available from two sources: rapid extinction wild trees and manually-grown and infected trees. Unfortunately, most trees in the wild are ass lumbered (even though 85% have no resin) for the purpose of harvesting the agarwood.