Oud Ul Shafi is a unisex fragrance that reflects the essence of healing and wellness. It is based on the precious and rare Oud, also known as agarwood, which is a symbol of purity, protection, and peace. Oud Ul Shafi combines the rich and earthy notes of Oud with the spicy and aromatic notes of Saffron, Nutmeg, and Lavender. The result is a soothing and comforting scent that calms the mind and body.
Lasting: 8 to 12 Hours
Main Accords: Oud, Spicy, Aromatic
Top Notes - Saffron, Nutmeg, Lavender
Middle Note - Agarwood
Base Notes - Patchouli, Musk
For a perfect long-lasting experience apply Oud Ul Shafi to your pulse points e.x Neck, Wrists, and Behind the Ears.
1. The Value of Oud Essential OilThe annual Oud market gleans around $6 billion, and its value is often estimated as one-and-a-half times the value of gold. For these reasons, it is sometimes referred to as “liquid gold.” Forbes has reported that it can cost $5,000 per pound.
Oud retailers often sell just a 3-gram bottle for $300 or more. They claim that only a little oil is needed per application and that one bottle should last the average daily user an entire year.
The fragrance is comprised of many diverse aspects. It is simultaneously pungent, yet very pleasing, invoking warm, smoky notes with tinges of dampened wood. Although subtlety blended with touches of floral and fruit, the predominant scent is musky and sensual.
The complex and exquisite fragrance of Oud is a precious, rare and intriguing gift of nature that when blended with other essential oils creates an olfactory experience that permeates any interior environment with a sense of opulence, luxury and supreme comfort.
2. Numerous Benefits and Uses of Oud
This exquisite essential oil has many applications that range from spiritual to therapeutic and medicinal. It is often associated with harmony, serenity of spirit and when applied regularly, the removal of destructive and negative energies in the home.
A highly effective aid for meditation, it is also known to enhance mental clarity and ease neurotic and obsessive behavior.
In the Middle East, both men and women burn Oud wood chips to scent their houses and their clothes. Many Muslims believe that their prayers rise with the scented smoke of agarwood and are carried straight to the Creator.
3. A Brief History of Oud
Historians can trace the use of Oud back to ancient times and incontrovertible evidence lies within the scriptures of various ancient cultures. The Prophet, Muhammad, held the tradition of fumigation with agarwood, which is a practice that continues in the Muslim world to this day.
The Holy Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam referred to agarwood as a distinct item found in Paradise. In Hebrew tradition, The Song of Songs describes Oud as a form of incense, and King Solomon as “coming up from the desert like a column of smoke, perfumed with myrrh and incense."