Various Forms

Agarwood in its various forms; oil, wood, powder, plant etc. has been used for many health benefits and treatment of various illness. For thousands of years, agarwood has been used for medicinal purposes and continues to be used in Ayurvedic, Tibetan and traditional East Asian medicine. 


Agarwood is the heartwood produced Aquilaria malaccensis in Southeast Asia, with Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, India, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos and Papua New Guinea as the main producing countries and Singapore being the main trade centre. The resin-impregnated heartwood is fragrant and, as a result, highly valuable.


Known as oud (or oudh), it comes from the wood of the Southeast Asian agar (aquilaria) tree. When the wood becomes infected with a particular type of mold, the tree reacts by producing a dark, scented resin, which is often called “liquid gold.”The cheapest oud oil is distilled from aloeswood that costs as little as $20 a kilogram, while the finest oud was distilled from wood that today has a starting price of $50,000 per kilogram.


Agarwood tea is meant to be drank on a daily basis in order to obtain and maintain long lasting health benefits. The tea is a detoxifier that is a natural and safe way to flush and eliminate harmful toxins from your body. Whether you drink the tea hot or cold, you will receive the same health benefits. Agarwood removes mercury from your system, which reduces the risk of mercury related neurological disorders and works to prevent the aging of your skin.


As decent quality agarwood chips are expensive, powders made from these chips are just as expensive, if not more expensive due to the costly losses in the grinding process. There are some good agarwood powders that can cost several hundred dollars for 100 grams, and if you come across agarwood powders selling at tens of dollars for a 100 grams, the chance of you purchasing something decent is very low.


Raw scent, light but detectable in a close distance to your nose, fragrance mainly contains sweet and spicy node. This fragrance may vary depends on room temperature and humidity. 
These items are ideal for Prayers, lucky charm, spiritual objects, or simply a piece of jewellery.


Agarwood  Incense have both been burned since before the beginning of written time and feature in a massive amount of religious and cultural rituals and practices the world over. Deeply primal, psychoactive and incredibly unique, the scent of fine agarwood is widely considered to be one of the very best scents for meditation and yoga, as well as many spiritual practices.