|Name: ||aquilaria agallocha oil|
|CAS Number: ||94350-09-1||
|ECHA EC Number: ||305-227-1|
Category: fragrance agents
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|Appearance: ||orange to green brown viscous liquid (est)|
|Food Chemicals Codex Listed: ||No|
|Flash Point: || 141.00 °F. TCC ( 61.00 °C. )
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|Similar Items: note|
|aquilaria agallocha stem extract|
|Albert Vieille SAS|
|Agarwood Essential oil Thailand
Odor: precious wood, with woody and animal notes
Use: Agarwood, a tree growing in the tropical forests of Southeast Asia, is one of the most revered incenses for use in meditation, purifying the body and mind. Agarwood comes from the Arabic word al-oud, meaning “wood,” and is commonly called “oud wood.” It was also known as “aloe wood” and “eagle wood” in ancient times. The most common agarwood species are Aquilaria agallocha and Aquilaria crassna. The tree develops colorful, dense, and surprisingly aromatic formations wherever the tree has been attacked by a parasitic fungus. These formations are what have been used in perfumery since ancient times. This precious wood, with woody and animal notes, is a veritable olfactory treasure trove for perfume compositions, combining sensuality and strength.
|Associate Allied Chemicals|
|agarwood oil Laos
Odor: animal family / leather, woody-smoky, fruity
Use: Agarwood is the essential oil (or butter) of Aquilaria wood, also called Eaglewood.
Several species of aquilaria trees grow in Southeast Asia, in a region that spans from India (Assam) to Indonesia and Vietnam. The most common species are Aquilaria agallocha and Aquilaria crassna. The tree has the special characteristic of reacting to damage, caused by lightning, insects, fungi, cutting, etc., by forming localized concretions of an extremely fragrant, dense, colored wood.
|Aloes wood essential oil Aquilaria malaccensis
Odor: WOODY, CHARACTERISTIC
|AGARWOOD LAOS OIL
|Noble Molecular Research|
|For experimental / research use only.|
|Steps to a fragranced product|
|Pell Wall Perfumes|
|Oudh – Cambodian
Odor: Oud, fresh-woody, balsamic, animal-barnyard
Use: This is the real thing, beautifully complex and incredibly lasting. It was almost certainly adulterated somewhat at source because almost all natural oud is, but it hasn’t been cut by us or by any middle-men.
|Oud al Safii Cambodia
Odor: smoky, bitter-sweet tobacco and woody
Use: This high grade pure Cambodian Oud has a brownish colour. The oil is extracted from Agarwood which has grown near the Thai/Cambodian border. The powerful scent will stay on the skin for a long time. This is a very fine and high quality Cambodian Oud with an astonishing complexity and a very pleasing aroma. The scent will appeal to novice and it will delight the seasoned collector. Safii Cambodian starts with a smoky, bitter-sweet tobacco and woody note. The base notes are fruity, evocative and have details of sweet berries.
|Oud al Safii Thai
Odor: sweet woody
Use: This 100% pure Oud comes from the Trat province in Thailand. Trat is the best known for providing AAA quality Thai Oud oils. The oil from this area also known as the Superb King Oil of Thailand. This oil has a light base and long lasting smell. 100% pure Thai is an incredibly potent and zesty Oud.
|Oud al Seyufi Cambodia
Use: Extracted by the most experienced and deft hands, this dark caramel coloured Oud from Cambodia surpasses the purest and oldest competing extracts. This oil is an aged oil. The oil comes from the finest Cambodian Agarwood. This Oud takes its place as a legendary Oud oil. The age and high quality of this oil makes it come on heavy but after that it will develop into a light and soft but still strong smelling scent. This aged Cambodian Oud is favorable for its elegant and strong fragrance.
|White Lotus Aromatics|
Odor: earthy, mossy, rooty, musky
Use: The attar has such a wonderful, sublime, elegant beauty that it should be enjoyed by itself. I would not recommend blending it with any other material.
|White Lotus Aromatics|
|Agarwood, Superior essential oil
Odor: deep, rich, sweet, balsamic, precious woods, animalic bouquetssesses a strong, animalic, leathery earthy-rooty, precious woods
Use: Used in natural perfumery for incense perfumes, sacred essences, Oriental bases, chypres, precious woods accords, fougeres.
| Classification of the substance or mixture|
|GHS Classification in accordance with 29 CFR 1910 (OSHA HCS)|
| GHS Label elements, including precautionary statements|
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|Category: ||fragrance agents|
|Recommendation for agarwood oil usage levels up to: |
| || 4.0000 % in the fragrance concentrate.
|Recommendation for agarwood oil flavor usage levels up to: |
| ||not for flavor use.
| ||aquilaria agallocha oil|
|Pubchem (sid): ||135330786|
Potential Blenders and core components note
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| ||agar wood oil (aquilaria agallocha)|
| ||agarwood oil (aquilaria agallocha)|
| ||agarwood oil laos|
| ||aloe wood oil (aquilaria agallocha)|
| ||aquilaria agallocha oil|
| ||aquilaria malaccensis oil|
| ||oud al safii cambodia|
| ||oud al safii thai|
| ||oud al seyufi cambodia|
| ||oud oil (aquilaria agallocha)|
| ||volatile oil obtained from the whole plant, aquilaria agallocha, thymelaeaceae.|