We Shubham Natural Fragrances are dealing in a wide ambit of Arabian Attars, Oriental Fragrances and Attar Blends. Also known as ittar, this essential oil is derived from several botanical sources. These are extracted through the process of hydro as well as steam distillation. The Persian physician was first to derive the attar of flowers from distillation. They can be also expressed by chemical means as well as natural perfumes and are distilled with water. The blends have been specifically distilled into a woody base and then are aged. The aging period may be of one to ten years, based on the desired results as well as used botanicals. In term of technicality, ittars are distillates of spices, flowers, herbs and several other natural materials such as sandalwood oil, liquid paraffins et. The processing of the offered blends is completed with the process of hydro distillation and utilizes the technique of deg and bhapka. Named techniques are still prevalent in the Kannauj region of India. It is known fact that Jasmine ittar was the favorite of the Nizams that lived in the state of Hyderabad. Traditionally in the Eastern existence, it has been a conventional pattern of aristocracy to provide ittar to their visitors, when they make a departure. Most of the time, these are presented to adorned tiny crystal cut bottles, which are also known as itardans. Custom of gifting the attar to the leaving guests is still continued in several regions of the Eastern world.
A specific classification of the ittar can be done on the basis of their detected effect they make on the body. Some special ittars of winter seasons are musk, kesar and amber that are warm in nature. They ensure effective usages in cold season as they are believed to make a rise in the body temperature. Similarly, 'cool' ittars such as khus, kewda, rose, mogra and jasmine are specifically used for summers as they make a cooling effect on the body.
Musk this class of aromatic compound is produced by "Moschus moschiferus", a rare species of the male deer found in the Himalaya. The substance used in creating Musk can only be produced by a mature male Moschus, and the process of acquiring it involves killing the deer. As such, its demand has lead to the endangerment of most musk deer species, which in turn has aided the rise of synthetic musk, known as 'white musk'. Natural musk is commonly mixed with medicines and confectionary.
Oud has been cherished and traded amongst the highly proficient oil traders, perfumers, healers and alchemists. There are some claimed medicinal uses as well as such as reduction in body pain as well as relief from stress. It is appreciable for its pacifying effect during the meditation.
The Rose oil is acquired via the steam-distillation process in which the crushed petals of roses are used for the extraction. Here rose water is functional as a by-product. The oil of rose has been used since the ancient times in combination with other anti-inflammatory agents as well as emollients.
Lawsonia Alba is the scientific name of Hina. This is used as a 'warm' ittar during the winter seasons.
Known as the name of Anbar as well, the Ambergris is a lipid substance that is excreted by the sperm of whale and is founded on the sea and beaches. It is considered that humans are using this from at least 1,000 of years. It possesses a musky fragrance. Ambrein is an alcohol, extracted from ambergris and is functional as the scent preservative.
Jasmine oil is offered with powerful and lasting floral aroma. This is also prevalent as a pricey ingredient of perfumes.
We Shubham Natural Fragrances provide the Arabian Attars in many forms. Mukhullat Abyat Royal is a specific blend of Sandalwood Oil that is also amalgamated with other sort of attars. This boasts of a earthy, energizing, sweet and wooded scent so as to make an impeccable balance between the different aroma. Due to this, it has a enthralling fragrance that is continued after a long time since it is sprayed. Mukhullat Afsan on the other hand is a unique combination of Saffron Oil, rose oil and different others. It is provided with a sweet as well as bracing aroma that never get lost in the air and ensures a long existence after it is sprayed.
The world recognizes the Agarwood by the names of gharuwood & aloeswood as well. This is a fragrant dark resiny wood, which is used for making incense, toilet article, small carvings and others. It is made in the heartwood of aquilaria trees when it is get abscessed with a sort of mould. Before the infection takes place, the heartwood stays non-aromatic, comparatively light and pallid colored plant material. With the progress of infection, a dark fragrant resin is made, which is known by the names of gaharu, jinko, oodh, aloes, agar, oud etc. The consequence of the attack is a thick and dark resin-integrated heartwood. This resin-embedded botany has highly distinctive aroma and thus is highly valued in arabic-middle eastern culture. It has relevance in the industry of incense & perfumes as well. There are many aromatic qualities of Agarwood, which get intimidated by its geographical spotting and variety such as the root origin, branch, trunk, duration of time since infection. The harvesting and processing methods also play a vital role in it.
Agarwood has a pleasing and complex aroma with very less kindred natural analogues. When used in the perfume, it can be distinguished by its "oriental-woody" as well as "very soft fruity-flowered" notes. The smoke of the incense has a "sweet-balsamic" note as well as "shades of amber, vanilla and musk. Consequently, the essential oil made with Agarwood has both cultural as well as religious importance in ancient civilizations.
Its aroma comes from a process where fungi pollute the trees, making an oleoresin for saturating the wood. Through the oleoresin saturated wood, Oudh can create its fragrance. The fragrance is woody, knotty and deep. On account of the physical attributes and rareness, it is highly prized as the effective incense in Japan as well as a curative oil in the Middle East. In west, it has not that wide popularity.
Agarwood is available in different grades and the highest quality of this plant material is extremely pricey. The first-grade wood is popular as one of the most pricey natural products in the world, due to its pricing of $23,000 per kilogram. Also, the essential oil made from agarwood trees is known as the most costly oils in the world. Since we source the Oud from the trees that are cultivated, quality is ensured. We never acquire them from wild or vulnerable trees. Our company is capable to supply the decent oil at highly affordable price. Agarwood can be made into a dark brown & thick oil of non-sticky texture. It can be applied to skin without any fear.