Agarwood Bouya oil

Agarwood Bouya (Aetoxylon sympetalum)

Agarwood Bouya has a beautiful, deep, complex woody aroma, smoky shades, yellow incense, honey tobacco, sensual like musk / castoreum, and has a wonderful aroma

Agarwood Bouya originated in Southeast Asia, and is the basic ingredient of the legendary Arabic perfume called Oud. Agarwood Bouya is also known as Gaharu, Kyara, Ood, Ud, and many other names, depending on the type of wood, and country of origin.

Agarwood Bouya is widely respected and appreciated by many cultures. Agarwood Bouya is commonly used as a natural fragrance, a mixture of holy oil, for ceremonial anointing. Agarwood Bouyacan also reflect mentally and spiritually

Agarwood Bouya has calming properties, can relieve muscle aches, make focus, improve memory, overcome bad breath, overcome digestive problems, calm the mind, relieve allergies, treat skin, and make a good night's sleep

Blend :
Blackpepper, Cardamom, Cedarwood, Frankincense, Geranium, Jasmine, Juniper Berry, Myrrh, Patchouli, Rose, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Vanilla, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang

Agarwood Bouya oil use :

Relieve Pain
Pour 3-5 drops of Agarwood oil, and 1 tablespoon of Jojoba oil. Combine, then apply on the painful part of the body, while in massage - massage, to relieve muscle pain

Digestive Problem
Pour 1-2 drops of Agarwood oil, and 1 tablespoon of Carrier oil, mix, then smear on the stomach, to deal with digestive problems and flatulence

Bad Breath
Pour 1 drop of Agarwood oil, and 1 drop of Peppermint oil into 120ml of water, stir, then use to rinse. This method serves to eliminate bad breath

Warm Diffuser blend
Pour 3 drops of Lemon, 3 drops of Sweet Orange, 2 drops of Cinnamon Bark, and 1 drop of Agarwood, into your Diffuser, to create a warm atmosphere in your home

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