Agarwood

Agarwood is a highly prized product, which is used in fragrances, incense, medicines, aromatherapy and cultural religious ceremonies. The precious, highly valued, fragrant agarwood has a history dating back thousands of years and is used in cancer research, in traditional Chinese medicine, in the treatment of respiratory disorders, and given as gifts and used in ceremonial practices (both religious and secular) all over the world. It is also carved into sculptures, beads and boxes.

A summary of agarwood powder pricing collated from 40+ sources, covering Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Source: Sustainable Asset Management Release Date: 2015 Download Original: Agarwood Powder Pricing Report – Sep 2015 Agarwood Powder Sustainable Asset Management publish quarterly...

There is currently no common standard methodology for grading agarwood and oud oil, with various retailers and countries adopting their own systems with limited science behind them. The quality or grade is known to be largely dependent on the resin saturation within the wood. However, other criteria, such as wood...

A summary of agarwood powder pricing collated from 40+ sources, covering Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Source: Sustainable Asset Management Release Date: 2015 Download Original: Agarwood Powder Pricing Report – Jun 2015 Agarwood Powder Sustainable Asset Management publish quarterly...

There is currently no common standard methodology for grading agarwood and oud oil, with various retailers and countries adopting their own systems with limited science behind them. The quality or grade is known to be largely dependent on the resin saturation within the wood. However, other criteria, such as wood...

Unconfirmed estimates suggest that the value of the agarwood market is between USD 6 and 12 billion. Trade volumes in agarwood have been difficult to quantify historically, as a large proportion of trade is still thought to be undocumented, and in some cases, contrary to international law. Source: Sustainable Asset...

Due to the high cost of pure oil a number of firms have taken to using synthetically produced oils, which are formulated by creating chemical compounds that mimic the smell of natural occurring oud. These synthetic compounds are a cheap substitute and are thus used by a number fragrance brands in order to maximise...

A summary of agarwood powder pricing collated from 40+ sources, covering Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Source: Sustainable Asset Management Release Date: 2015 Download Original: Agarwood Powder Pricing Report – Mar 2015 Agarwood Powder Sustainable Asset Management publish quarterly...

There is currently no common standard methodology for grading agarwood and oud oil, with various retailers and countries adopting their own systems with limited science behind them. The quality or grade is known to be largely dependent on the resin saturation within the wood. However, other criteria, such as wood...

Agarwood is a resinous wood that forms in species of Aquilaria, Gyrinops and several other genera native to Southeast Asia. These species produce a dark aromatic resin in response to infection by a type of fungal mould. The resin-embedded wood, called agarwood, is highly valued for its fragrance and is used to produce...

This report is intended to be a summary of the salient points of the agarwood trade globally over the last 15 to 20 years. Source: Asia Plantation Capital Release Date: 30/06/2014 Download Original: Summary of Worldwide Trade in Agarwood Introduction Globally there are two major centers of agarwood consumption,...