18 April 2011

Aloeswood/agarwood sustainable sourse

I have been doing more research on historical cooking and came across this helpful information. Aloeswood seems to be the word of choice in historical documents and their translations. Agarwood appears to be the modern equivalent word.

Technology from our research is used to produce agarwood in plantations. We have set up an internet company to help the farmers in Vietnam sell their products and you can find agarwood for sale at: ScentedMountain.com
The agarwood chips and agarwood powder sold by Scented Mountain is pure "raw" agarwood right out of the tree so it would be as "food grade" as you can get.
Robert Blanchette
Department of Plant Pathology
University of Minnesota

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