OPEN IN DOWNTOWN PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON

Aloeswood

BOTANICAL NAME

Aquilaria malaccensis

 PART USED

Resinous wood

OVERVIEW

Aloeswood is difficult to find and so considered rare and precious. When burned, like incense, this wood produces a wonderful sweet aroma which has constituents that are antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral, therefore increase immunity. It has been used in ceremonial magic to bring good fortune, and to strengthen the powers of other herbs in a formula. It is considered a Jupiter herb, and therefore used to expand the mind to understand the workings of the universe.

 INSTRUCTIONS

Burn the wood on a heat or fire safe vessel or natural charcoal incense.





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