Oud...a long tradition in the Middle East.

Oud...a long tradition in the Middle East.

Oud is a very old wood in the Middle East. In the hadith, it is mentioned that the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, loved to use perfumes such as oud to scent his clothes. While the book of Song of Songs mentions the oud in its folds to express the perfumes of the bride, the oud is also mentioned in the travels of the Muslim traveler Ibn Battuta, as well as in the famous legend of One Thousand and One Nights. In fact, the oud is very well known in the Persian Gulf region and has a very important place in the culture, traditions and literature of the Middle East.

The versatility of the Oud.

Oud has many uses, as does its scent. Dehn Al Oud, also known as Oud Oil, is used as a body perfume. As for oud incense, it is used to perfume clothes or the house. Also, the highest quality incense is used for special and distinguished occasions, such as weddings, or when receiving influential guests, and so on.

Oud, when it is pure oil or incense, is placed behind the ears, on the hair, neck and clothes. The burning of incense in the smoker is a popular tradition in most Arab homes. The price of the oud is high, which therefore reflects its high value. This is why it holds a special meaning for many Arabs. Other than that, it is a sign of prestige and prestige. In general, the oud is not part of the heritage and modern identity of the Middle East, but rather a true national treasure.

The magic of Dahn Al Oud.

Dehn Al Oudh has always played an important role in the Middle East. Its benefits are many, including psychological to spiritual, and therapeutic to medical. First of all, Oud oil has a long history of being used for mental purposes. It is said to illuminate the ability to think, to raise the level of emotional quotient, and to have a meditative quality that can enlighten spirituality. In addition, it has been used for many years to relieve pain because it is analgesic, anti-inflammatory and anti-rheumatic.

The many facets of oud oil.

In addition to the above, Oud Oil is also known as an aphrodisiac, diuretic, and facilitator for the digestion process by expelling gases. Most importantly, it is also very beneficial for the skin. There are many women in the Middle East who use Oud oil to nourish the skin, repair its cells, and prevent its aging, wrinkles, and blemishes.

Oud oil also has several uses. It can be sent into the air to calm and focus, it can be massaged on the skin or pain areas, and it can also be applied as a luxurious perfume.

Since 1951, more than 66 years ago, Ajmal Perfumes has been the emperor of Dahn Al Oudh. We have created some of the world's finest Oud Oils such as Roya, Arzan, Moataq, Risan, Al Shams, Maymoon, Al Nuweira, Atheer, Hekaya and Jazzib.

Indeed, there is no better way to understand the Middle Eastern tradition than to put the oud and Dahn al Oud. There is no better way to put them together than to test their finest and finest varieties at your nearest Ajmal branch. We wish you fragrant days!

Welcome to Binh Nghia Company

Binh Nghia Co., Ltd. is one of the leading agarwood production companies.

Now over decades of experience Binh Nghia Co., Ltd. has become one of the world's leading Oud producers.

Our products are 100% organic. Our factory is the largest in Vietnam for the production of agarwood. We specialize in this field for 40 years and the stability of raw materials for production is of good quality and quite competitive.

We are proud to be the leading manufacturer and supplier of Agarwood / Oud Oil, Chips, Incense, Resin, Sanai, Powder and Accessories. Our Agarwood has been on the worldwide market since the 1980s and we have brought much more Scent of Vietnam to every corner beyond the Middle East. It is our great honor to be part of your precious culture in every moment of life, and your precious health benefits as well.

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