White Oud Pure Essential Oil (Origin: Indonesia)

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Pure White Oud Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Aetoxylon Sympetalum
Known as: White Oud/h , Crocodile Agarwood, Crocodile Eaglewood, Gaharu Buaya
Origin: Indonesia
Extraction: Steam Distilled
Colour & Viscosity: Yellow, thick but pourable
Scent: Woody, smoky, rich and earthy

Aetoxylon Sympetalum is an agarwood tree that can grow anywhere from 40m tall to 60cm wide. It is known as gaharu Buaya or Crocodile Agarwood in Indonesia and is commonly found in swamp areas where crocodiles live.

Aetoxylon amongst other things is used in agarwood blends to help meet demands on other existing oudhs such as the Aquilaria species.

Its colours (in oil form) can range from a nice light honey to a dark blackish/brownish colour depending on its quality. It has a light smoky smell that is very sweet and woodsy.

The oil viscosity is thick and rubs on smoothly.

Our pure White Oud oil comes from sustainable farmed trees in Indonesia . The wood of the “aetoxylon Sympetalum” is white hence the name ‘White Oudh’. The extracted oil has woody and spicy, earthy aromatic notes. The Eudesmol content of over 20% is high. Agarwood also called ‘Oud’ is often used in the worlds most expensive perfumes usually as a base note. White Oud actually improves with age and matures like a good wine.

For External Cosmetic Use only

Pure Essential Oils should always be diluted with a carrier oil such as grapeseed oil or sweet almond oil before using on the skin.

A patch test is recommended to see if your skin is sensitive to the product.

Available in 5ml, 10ml, 30ml and 50ml sizes

Supplied in a glass amber bottle with inbuilt dropper and tamper evident cap

COA/MSDS available on request

Part of our proceeds go to planting native and rare or endangered trees from around the World. We now have over thirty different species including Swamp Cypress, Bristlecone Pine, Giant Redwood, Ginkgo Biloba, Scots Pine, Dawn Redwood, Colorado White Fir, Engelmann Spruce, Atlas Cedar to name but a few.

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