All-Rehab air-fresheners have the fragrances of nature. Its quick freshening action eliminates unpleasant smell and fills the air your breath with clean, cool, and pleasant atmosphere all around you.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE
Ingredients: Parfum/fragrance, Di propylene glycol, Ethanol DEB 100, Propane, Butane, Citral, Coumarin, Eugenol, ISO Eugenol, Geranoil, Limonene, Linanool
CONTAINS NO CFC ALLEGED TO DAMAGE THE OZONE
Made in United Arab Emirates
CAUTION: Pressurized container. Protect from sunlight and do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50c. Do not puncture or incinerate even when empty. Do not spray on naked flame or incandescent materials. Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from eyes. Flammable. Do not directly inhale. Do not reuse container.
OUD & BAKHOOR – FILL YOUR HOMES WITH LUXURIOUS SCENT OF ARABIA… Oud is the general term given to the perfume oil extracted, using a variety of techniques, from the wood of the Agarwood tree. Oud oil has been previously discussed in detail in our previous blog here.
Bakhoor is basically a woodchip which has been submerged in perfumed oil and mixed with other natural ingredients such as resin, sandalwood essential oils among others depending on an individual’s preference. These scented chips are mostly burned on charcoal or using an electric incense burner to perfume the rich fragrance produced in form of thick smoke. In most cases, this fragrance is used during special occasions such as weddings, love-centered occasions or during relaxing moments. In the Arabian culture, it is a traditional gesture to pass Bukhoor among the invited guests as it was viewed to be a hospitality gesture. Additionally, the guests would feel the warm welcome in that homestead through the fragrance produced.
Muattar or Mamool are terms used to refer specifically to chips of agarwood that are then soaked in fragrant oils. Mabsoos/Mabthooth is a specific term for when shavings of agarwood are also used and soaked in fragrant oils. However, the term bakhoor encompasses muattar, mamool and mabthooth.
Notes for incense burning with Bakhour
In order to burn incense with Bakhour, it is best to use Charcoal. The Charcoal is first ignited over a flame. Ideal are special lighters or a candle flame. After the charcoal begins to glow, it is placed in a Bakhoor holder or another fireproof dish. Now on the coal, the Bakhoor is placed and the smoking process can begin. After smoking with Bakhour please ventilate the area.
Safety Notice:During incense burning can occur very high temperatures. Incense burners can become very hot. There is a risk of fire. Gloves and a fireproof dish are recommended. Keep children and animals always away. Please do not leave unattended while in use.