Agarwood is called 'oudh' in Arabic, or also know as 'gaharu' or 'eagleswood'.
Agarwood is one of the most expensive raw materials used in perfumery, esotericism, aromatherapy and many other areas. The price of 1 kilo of this type of wood corresponds to the kilo price of gold.
In addition to the mysterious and unique fragrance of agarwood, it has a positive effect on the personal mood and inner peace; it has a mind-expanding effect and can be effective in spiritual cleansing rituals.
Agarwood chips are burnt at religious occasions and at large parties such as weddings as a sign of hospitality.