|Botanical Name||Pinus Succinifera|
|Common Name||Amber, Ood, Oudh, Agarwood oil, Oudh oil, Aloeswood oil, Eaglewood oil|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Specific Gravity||0.9150 to 0.9350|
|Optical Rotation||-0.500 to -0.600|
|Refrective Index||1.3765 to 1.4925|
|PlantPart||Resins of Fossils|
|Bland With||Organic Patchouli, Jojoba oil and natural Vitamin E|
|Flash Point||170 °C|
|Extraction Method||Dry Extraction of raw Resin|
Amber Ood Arabian attar is a mixture of exclusive ingredients like amber and ood oil, which is intended to evoke beauty and softness. The freshness and warmth of the aroma makes it suitable for all occasions. This genuine ood product is of high quality and long lasting. Ood oil is extracted from the resinous wood of the Aquilaria tree. This concentrated perfume oil is alcohol free and safe to use.
The legendary Agarwood or Aloeswood, as it is sometimes referred to, is one of the most mysterious and precious substances used in perfumery and magic. Even in biblical times it was highly sought after and had a reputation of being a supreme aphrodisiac incense ingredient. Its true origin lies in Southeast Asia, where it is just as highly desired. The Japanese, who have a highly refined incense culture, are particularly keen on Agarwood, which forms the basis of most of their blends. In India it is known as Garu Garu and is associated with Garuda, the divine eagle who carries Lord Vishnu on his wings. In Chinese, more pragmatically, it is known as 'sinking incense', which refers to the fact that the resin-laden wood will sink in water rather than swim. What make this substance so precious and rare is that fact that the resin only develops as a pathological reaction to fungal infection of the heartwood. The older the tree and the more advanced the infection the more resin-drenched the wood will become. Due to the high demand, however, such wood is more and more difficult to find. As a result the price of wood chips and oil have soared. Due to greed and indiscriminate felling of even healthy trees the survival of the species has become threatened and trade has become restricted. However, there are projects under way that aim to produce Agarwood chips and Oud oil sustainably by artificially infecting planted trees with the fungus. If these projects succeed Agarwood may become more easily available and affordable and the wild trees may have a chance to survive.
Color : Subtle fragrance,
Aroma : rarefied and cherished
It contains various aromatic herbs, spices, sandal oil, musk essence of flowers, and leaves.
The high quality and long lasting Amber Ood Arabian Attar can be used as a perfume for all occasions. This is widely used by many people as a personal perfume, mainly by Muslims due to absence of alcohol. This attar is used to be among the likes of the Mughal princes. The freshness and warmth of the aroma makes it adaptable for various types of occasions