April 11, 2018 Oudh and Its Composites

Oudh and Its Composites

Agarwood Formation

Agarwood is a fragrant dark, resinous wood used in fragrances. It is formed in aquilaria trees when they become infected with mould. Formation of agar wood occurs in parts that have been penetrated by an insect feeding on wood. A mold infection may then occur, and the tree produces a salutary self-defense material to conceal damages or infections. While the unaffected wood of the tree is relatively light in color, the resin dramatically increases the mass and density of the affected wood, changing its color from a pale white to reddish dark brown.

Oudh Oil

Oudh oil can be distilled from agar wood using steam; the total yield of oil for 70 kg of wood will not exceed 20ml and that is why oudh oil is extremely rare. First-grade agarwood oil is one of the most expensive natural materials in the world and the purer the oil the more expensive it is. Oudh is a personal favorite fragrance in Arabic culture and has a significant historical value.

Shaandar Oudh Attar

Shaandar.pk provides pure oudh oil in a form of attar which is no doubt original and is of imported quality which lures one’s nose for another sniff. Pure oudh oil produces such an aura that it’s praise is unreistable for the buyer.

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