About Agarwood Oud Essential Oil:
Agarwood Oud Essential Oil Cambodia (Aquilaria malaccensis), Royal families in the Arab nations have used Agarwood for centuries. This particular Agarwood Oud oil a rare find and quite valuable. The aroma is bitter-sweet and woody with animalic notes and a leather chatacter. It is dark, dense, and has a mobility similar to good Sandalwood. We offer samples of this oil. These Agarwoods are ethically and intentionally cultivated while being closely monitored, due to its endangered status.
Health Benefits Of Agarwood Oud Essential Oil That You Should Know!
• Stimulant – quickens physiological function.
• Tonic – strengthens the body.
• Anti-inflammatory – reduces inflammation.
• Aphrodisiac – increases sexual desire.
• Diuretic – stimulates the production of urine.
• Antimicrobial – kills or resists pathogenic microorganisms.
Diffusing Agarwood allows its warm, grounding fragrance to relax both mind and body.
Use as Liniment:
• Malaysians use Agarwood mixed with coconut oil as a liniment. Likewise Indians and Chinese also use Agarwood oil in their traditional medicine as a liniment for the treatment of various skin diseases.
• Agarwood oil is used in a boiled concoction to treat rheumatism and other body pain.
Nervous System Disorders:
• When used in aromatherapy, Agarwood oil may help to treat anxiety, stress, depression and other nervous system disorders.
Liver and Kidney:
• Agarwood oil is used to treat cirrhosis of the liver and kidney problems.
Lung and Stomach Tumours:
• Agarwood oil is used in the treatment of lung and stomach tumours.
• Agarwood oil is also used a carminative diuretic.
The Indian Council:
• The Indian Council summarizes the properties of Agarwood as follows: “Agarwood is considered stimulant, antiasthmatic, carminative, tonic, aphrodisiac and astringent. It is used in diarrhea, dysentery, gout, rheumatism and paralysis.
The CropWatch Organization:
• The CropWatch Organization similarly lists acknowledged merits of Agarwood in Asian medical praxis as “warming,” “to relieve stuck energy particularly in the digestive and respiratory systems,” “to alleviate pain,” and “balancing effects” on “nervous and emotional disorders.”
Middle East and Bangladesh:
• In Egypt, Arabia and throughout the northeast part of Bangladesh, Agarwood is described as a stimulant, cardiac tonic and carminative (Bhuiyan et al., 2009).
• The water portion obtained as distillate after separating the Oud oil during distillation process is used at present in Assam as an efficient stimulant and tonic for the treatment of mental disorder and malnutrition.
• The Oud oil is used to treat illness during and after childbirth; to relieve spasms especially in the digestive and respiratory systems, abdominal pain, asthma, cancer (used as a general tonic), colic, chest congestion, diarrhea, hiccups, nausea, nerves and treatment of regurgitation (Burkill, 1966; Chakrabarty et al., 1994; Kim et al., 1997; Barden et al., 2000; Bhuiyan et al., 2009).
• Agarwood is also prescribed for dropsy, as a carminative, a stimulant, for heart palpitations, and as a tonic taken particularly during pregnancy, after childbirth and for diseases of female genital organs (Chakrabarty et al., 1994).
Essential Oils Safety & Disclaimer:
This information is for educational purpose only, it is not intended to treat, cure, prevent or, diagnose and disease or condition. Nor is it intended to prescribe in any way. This information is for educational purpose only and may not be complete, nor may its data be accurate.
As with all essential oils, never use them undiluted. Do not take internally unless working with a qualified and expert practitioner. Keep away from children. If applying an essential oil to your skin always perform a small patch test to an insensitive part of the body (after you have properly diluted the oil in an appropriate carrier.