About Agarwood :
Agarwood, a highly precious non-timber fragrant wood of Aquilaria spp. (Thymelaeaceae), has been widely used in traditional medicine, religious rites, and cultural activities.Agarwood, is also known as chenxiang in Chinese and called aloeswood, agalloch, eaglewood, jinkoh, gaharu, or kanankoh in different regions across the world. It symbolizes wealth, culture and prosperity in the Middle Eastern world.
Qualities : Medium to digest
Taste : Musky/woody/sweet
Nature : Warm Potency
-Agarwood is a qi/chi (energy) stabilizer
In traditional Chinese medicine, agarwood is used as a qi-regulating drug and carminative medicine to relieve gastric problems, coughs, rheumatism, and high fever. It can promote qi circulation to relieve pain, warm the middle energizer to arrest vomiting, and regulate respiration to relieve asthma. Agarwood has a spicy flavor, a warm property, and enters to the spleen, stomach, and kidney meridians.
-Agarwood is popularly used as oudh fragrant in aromatherapy
Also known as the wood of Gods, Agarwood’s unique fragrant essence has been used as Oudh for many years in various cultures across the globe. Agarwood perfumes are seldom pure agarwood oil, but instead use an alcoholic or non-alcoholic carrier, such as sandalwood oil.The cheapest agarwood perfumes are either synthetic or a blend of oils, each with different qualities and fragrances.
-Agarwood is anti-inflammatory
Agarwood oil, has been shown to possess multiple bioactive compounds that can regulate molecular mechanisms of chronic inflammation, thereby producing a multitude of pharmacological functions for treating various inflammatory disorders.The versatile nature of agarwood-based formulations works in different routes of administration, which can be utilized to target multiple inflammatory disorders such as asthma and COPD at an early stage, or prevent exacerbations, and even relieve symptoms of exacerbations. The promising anti-inflammatory activity of agarwood is due to its potency to inhibit the secretion/production/expression of a range of inflammatory mediators
-Agarwood is a liniment for various skin disease
A few drops of agarwood mixed with coconut oil serves as an excellent liniment. It can also in a boiled concoction to treat rheumatism and other body pain.
-Agarwood aids digestive abilities
Agarwood stimulates appetite by influencing gastric juices and liver functions. It relieves abdominal distension and aids in the release of wind from the intestines. As a result, it reduces abdominal pain and cramps caused by excess gas in the alimentary canal.
-Utilize Agarwood oud oil to improve learning and memory
In Hindu civilizations, agarwood oud oil has a long history of usage as a memory and learning aid. Because of this, oud oil is beneficial for anyone experiencing impairment in these areas. Agarwood oud oil helps enhance daily living for the elderly or postmenopausal women experiencing brain fog. The oud oil can aid in concentration and memory retention in children with attention deficit disorder. Take a whiff of the oud oil’s scent or apply a drop to your temples or pulse points.