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, drug obtained from the aloe; also a biblical name for an aromatic substance of various uses, mentioned in connection with myrrh and spices and thought to be the fragrant wood of the modern aloeswood (also called eaglewood, agalloch, or agilawood), an Aquilaria
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Thoub Chankrassna Khmer Co (TCK), which owns agarwood plantations and an incense factory in Preah Sihanouk province, has partnered with Thai-based First Capital Group (FCG) in the hopes of improving the growth, processing and manufacturing of Cambodia's 1 million agarwood trees.
has completed a deal with the Phonehong Tree Farms in Laos to acquire the rights to the Agarwood production from a 27-acre plantation in the Laos People's Democratic Republic containing over 9,000 mature Agarwood trees.
Agarwood is reputed to be the most expensive wood in the world.
4] reported that the fast alpha activity significantly increased due to the inhalation of agarwood incense.
Oud, also known as agarwood, receives its deep and powerful smell from a mold culture that infects the Aquilaria tree.
The first is fruity caramel notes in Indian rose and orange flower, vanilla and Iranian saffron setA[degrees] tling into Indian agarwood.
Agarwood substances were extracted in methanol and were subjected to GC-MS analyses.
For some years, international fragrance brands have worked with oud, a cherished Middle Eastern ingredients also known as oud or agarwood," noted Emmanuelle Moeglin, fragrance analyst, Mintel.
Based on quantity and type, environmental services and tourism activity and Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) such as rattan, Agarwood, etc, water usage for agriculture and fisheries was never known.
The structure of O, a high yield Shari'ah-compliant Impact Savings Plan as well as the FPA is that clients are invited to purchase parcels of feedstock which will deliver portfolio construction of Agarwood oil distillation in a scheme that offers high return on investment.
The men were looking for precious agarwood, a resinous heartwood used for perfume and incense, when they encountered the tigers, Sondani was quoted as saying by DPA.