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Oud Oil

Oud oil, also known as agarwood oil, is a type of essential oil derived from the resin of the agarwood tree. The agarwood tree is indigenous to Southeast Asia, and the resin is produced when the tree is infected with a mold or fungal infection. The resin that is produced is highly fragrant and is used in perfumes, incense, and traditional medicines. Oud oil is obtained through steam distillation of agarwood chips or resin. The resulting oil is highly valued for its unique and complex aroma, which is characterized by a combination of woody, sweet, balsamic, and spicy notes. Oud oil is used in perfumes, incense, and traditional medicines, and is considered to have therapeutic properties, such as stress relief and relaxation. Oud oil is a valuable product and is highly sought after due to its rare and unique aroma. The production of oud oil is a specialized process, and high-quality oud oil can be expensive due to the limited supply of agarwood and the labor-intensive process of extracting the oil.