Aloeswood is the common name for resinous wood that forms in the ancient Aquilaria and some Gyrinops species of trees that grow in the hearts of the dense forests of Southeast Asia. The wood of the tree produces this dark aromatic resin, which is very similar in itself to wood but not exactly the same. The aloeswood is part of a natural defense mechanism to help the tree fight infections.
It is said that the percentage of old Aquilaria and Gyrinops species is less than 1% from the overall portion of trees in the world, and within that 1% for every ten trees—only one will have its heartwood considerably infected to make this aloeswood.
In almost every ancient scripture of the Sanskrit, Torah, Gospel and Muslim scriptures, there is a reference to the aloeswood and its value and benefit
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) held the tradition of fumigation with Agarwood, which continues in the Muslim world up to this day.
Sufis in Islam used and burned Aloeswood in meditation and recitation; this is known as "dhikr" to purify the soul and strengthen the will and inner light.
The Song of Songs describes King Solomon (peace be upon him) as "coming up from the desert like a column of smoke, perfumed with myrrh and incense" and there are numerous references throughout the book of the Old Testament to "every kind of incense tree", which popular belief denotes to be Aloeswood.
The Bible mentioned several citations of Oud, including a text in which Jesus (peace be upon him) is said to have been perfumed with aloes.
The emperors and the extremely wealthy ancient Chinese used to make their coffins out of Aloeswood.
The most precious style of Buddhist stringed beads is made of Aloeswood.
A famous Buddhist story tells of a Buddhist monk sacrificing his prayer rosary in which he grinds one of his agarwood beads into powder whenever he’d meet the sick as a way to cure them; which resulted in even the severely stricken recovering.
Some stories of the extreme habits and luxury of King Louis XIV of France told how he had the practice of washing some of his clothes in the Aloeswood oil.
In the Japanese culture and the Japanese art of KODO, Aloeswood is considered by far the best and the most precious and is believed to bring great luck and prosperity to the person.
In the Chinese tradition of Feng shui, which is the art and discipline of energy flow in the place and the space, Aloeswood has been associated with producing great luck and positive energy wherever placed.
This bracelet is 100% natural Aloes-wood, handmade by a master artist, individually blessed by a Buddhist monk.
1.2 - 1.5 cm beads size.
We not only source our wood directly and ethically; we make sure that we NEVER source or use wood from endangered forests or unethical sources.
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