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A deciduous tree, the resinous wood of which is diuretic, stimulant, and tonic; it is used for angina, fatigue, gastritis, HTN, neurosis, paresthesias of extremities, mental stress
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It is estimated that only 7% (or less) of wild Aquilaria trees produce agarwood naturally.
Due to open in 2017 in Salalah, Agarwood will be an exclusive 286 key resort encompassing a hotel, villas and apartments, all set in beautiful natural surroundings.
Agarwood, with its relation to oud and eco-friendly focus, is the perfect brand for Salalah.
Abdul Rahman Barham, CEO of Al Madina Real Estate, said: "We are excited to be pioneers with the launch of the Agarwood brand in the region and we believe it is a concept that will perfectly complement the natural beauty of Salalah.
The announcement was made after the opening of Asia Plantation Capital's new, purpose-built agarwood factory and research centre in Johor, Malaysia, that incorporates an Oud oil distillery, a wood chip processing centre and a fragrance stick factory.
Treedom's regional presence in the United Arab Emirates faces the existence of comparative deficiency in the Agarwood stock market; therefore investment values rise steadily.
A resin extracted from the heart of the agarwood tree, Oud has been rooted to Arabian culture for centuries and made available in chips which are lit and burned as incense or made into a liquid form and sold as bottled perfume oil.
Some travel themselves to Southeast Asian countries to get the agarwood from Burma, Cambodia, Malaysia and Java in Indonesia.
29) The formulae in this section of the text are very clearly separated from the regular perfumes and incenses and describe how to make such products as artificial camphor, saffron, musk, and agarwood.
The ittar shop had fragrances extracted from the rose to the mystical oud, which is drawn from agarwood.
Summary: Rising demand for agarwood, problems in monitoring harvests and a persistent illegal trade threaten the future of the highly prized fragrant wood say two reports launched today by TRAFFIC.
I am happy that several corporate groups from India have participated in the development of important hydropower, irrigation, agarwood and mining projects in Laos.