Bakhoor is a word which is derived from the Arabic language but currently it is used to portray fragranced wood chips or incense resins. Usually, these wood chips or incense resins were placed over hot ambers in a handmade vessel normally made up of brass and is used to cleanse, purify and scent in the vicinity. As mentioned above, the steam distillation method is used to extract this oil from the incense resins or wood chips of Mimusops elengi tree which belongs to the Sapotaceae family. This highly rejuvenating oil is prepared through an organic procedure to procure pure and natural bakhoor attar. In the earlier days, it was believed that the wood pieces of this tree were burned so that its smoke can purify the vicinity from the negative energy and incite the pious awakening amid people.
|Botanical Name||Mimusops Elengi|
|Origin||It has originated from South Asian countries.|
|Method of Extraction & Part of Plant Used||Extraction of this perfume oil is done by the Hydro-Distillation process. Woods of Mimusops elengi Maulsari tree are used for its extraction.|
It is reddish in colour.
It possesses very deep, pleasant and musky aroma.
|Integrants||The vital components of Bakhoor Attar are Water, Alcohol Denat, Fragrance, and Benzophenone-2.|
|Blends Well With||
It blends well with Aloeswood, Rose, Jasmine and Musk essential oils.
Pregnant women should avoid using this attar.
With the help of this attar you can certainly cure heaps of ailments, but for that you have to keep yourself up to date with its elite uses:
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