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Oud Wood indian and natural Bakhor with High Quality Super Syofy 12g عود هندي سوبر سيوفي جودة عالية
Oud Wood indian and natural Bakhor with High Quality Super Syofy 12g عود هندي سوبر سيوفي جودة عالية
Oud Wood indian and natural Bakhor with High Quality Super Syofy 12g عود هندي سوبر سيوفي جودة عالية
Oud Wood indian and natural Bakhor with High Quality Super Syofy 12g عود هندي سوبر سيوفي جودة عالية
Oud Wood indian and natural Bakhor with High Quality Super Syofy 12g عود هندي سوبر سيوفي جودة عالية
Oud Wood indian and natural Bakhor with High Quality Super Syofy 12g عود هندي سوبر سيوفي جودة عالية
Oud Wood indian and natural Bakhor with High Quality Super Syofy 12g عود هندي سوبر سيوفي جودة عاليةOud Wood indian and natural Bakhor with High Quality Super Syofy 12g عود هندي سوبر سيوفي جودة عاليةOud Wood indian and natural Bakhor with High Quality Super Syofy 12g عود هندي سوبر سيوفي جودة عالية
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Oud Wood indian and natural Bakhor with High Quality Super Syofy 12g عود هندي سوبر سيوفي جودة عالية

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Sufi is a divine product of perfume lovers. Its a natural oudh which is highy woody smell Lightly smoky with nostic feeling. Oud (in Arabic oudh) is valued strongly by perfumers for its warm sweetness mixed with woody and balsamic notes. It's an aromatic and complex scent. It is used in the form of oud oil (dehn al oud) or a resin (oud mubakhar) Oud is highly revered in the seminal texts of Hinduism, Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam. As early as 1400 B.C.E., oud was described as a fragrant product in Sanskrit texts, and in 65 B.C.E., Dioscorides detailed several medical applications for Oud. Knowledge of human-induced agarwood formation was recorded in China as early as 300 C.E., where it was known that cutting into a tree would lead to a color change in its internal tissues within a year of the injury as a consequence of resin development. There is historical evidence of international trade in agarwood between the producing (tropical southeastern Asia) and consuming (Middle East, India, China, and Japan) regions of the world. Agarwood has been consumed primarily as incense with the burning of fragrant resin highly demanded and valued by the people of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome, China, and India (Groom 1981). The earliest recorded use of plant aromatics is found in the four Vedas of ancient India. These texts are proto Hindu, written between 1500–1000 B.C.E.
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