Oudh Khawatir Incense Bakhoor 60 GMS by Nabeel Perfumes

Oudh Khawatir Incense Bakhoor 60 GMS by Nabeel Perfumes

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Oudh Khawatir - 60 GMS by Nabeel I Beautiful Smelling Popular Oudh, Gentle to Burn and Slow to Release I by Nabeel Perfumes

A beautiful smelling popular bakhoor, gentle to burn and slow to release Bakhoor Khawatir. Bless your house with this classic blend of citruses like orange with floral notes of Rose and Jasmine. Settle into the long-lasting aroma of Vanilla, Musk, and Sandalwood. ?It is traditional to burn incense in the house and outside as it adds a beautiful and ever-lasting fragrance evoking aroma from the East.

Top Notes: Lemon, Orange, & Jasmine
Middle Notes: Rose, Patchouli, & Sandalwood
Base Notes: Vanilla & White Musk


TO BE BURNED ON A SMALL PIECE OF HOT COAL OR ON AN ELECTRIC INCENSE BURNER

It is traditional to burn incense in the house and outside as it adds a beautiful fragrance to the dwelling.

How to Use

Take a piece of burning charcoal and heat a corner of it with a small flame(lighter/ cooker) for about 60 seconds  until it becomes red hot.

Place the piece of coal in incense burner

Sit back as the beautiful fragrance fills the room

About this item

  • Bakhoor or Bakhur, an Arabic word which means Fumes, is endlessly known for performing houses or environmental factors. The term Bakhoor in this sense fundamentally alludes to the wood chips that are absorbed fragrant Oud oils; which is the oil separated from the uncommon Aquilaria tree. An irresistible kind of shape takes a hold of the heartwood of the tree and later on, produces a dim fragrant sap that delivers the oil.
  • How to Use: Take a piece of burning charcoal and heat a corner of it with a small flame(lighter/ cooker) for about 60 seconds until it becomes red hot. Place the piece of coal in incense burner Sit back as the beautiful fragrance fills the room
  • Bakhoor is used during special occasions such as weddings, or simply for relaxing purposes. In Arabian culture, it’s a traditional gesture to pass bakhoor among guests, so they can scent their hair, clothing and hands. This is believed to be a as integral to hospitality as serving coffee and dates.

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Susie S.

I love all the products I ordered. I went back to order 2 items & the shipping is much tooo high.