Agarwood Essential Oil Aromatherapy
- Scent Name: Agarwood
- Aroma: Subtle, undertones of wood
- Type: Multi-Purpose
- Agarwood Essential Oil Aromatherapy is reminiscent of its earthly origin, warm, woody, and deep, the mark of a fine wild-harvested agarwood oil. There is a deep and rich spicy woodiness, which is the dominant tone of the fragrance. It is complex, tenacious, and really pleasant.
- Benefits: Grounding, focusing, balancing
- Blends well with Citrus Oils, Frankincense, Jasmine, Vanilla, Lavender
Agarwood Essential Oil Aromatherapy, generally called Oud oil, Aloeswood oil, and various distinctive names depending on the range is to an awesome degree remarkable and significant customary oil obtained from a couple of sorts of Agarwood (Aquilaria sp.) trees. It begins in North Eastern India, Bhutan, and parts of South East Asia – especially Vietnam and Cambodia – the Philippines, and Indonesia, including Papua New Guinea. Agarwood has a long history of restorative use, as a huge piece of incense, and as a sweet-noticing oil. There are a couple of sorts of Agarwood, the most key species are Aquilaria agollocha, A. malaccensis, and A. crassna. Aquilaria malaccensis is imperiled and guaranteed worldwide under the CITES custom and A. crassna is recorded as endangered by the Vietnamese government.
How to Use:
- Diffuser: Put the water in the diffuser then drop the essential oil 2-3 drops.
- Bath: add 4-6 drops of essential oils to your warm bathtub and soak for 15-20 minutes.
- Massage: add 2-3 drops of essential oils into a blend with Base oil 1 teaspoon.
Concentrated oil. Use with care. Not for Internal Use. Do not use directly on the skin, Keep out of reach of children and pets.