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Oudh Majun Maliki, To realize the dream of power and comfort, just closing your eyes is barely enough. Being aware of your ability, backing it to the core and putting your best foot forward is what will get you there. A promising life full of success is yours to achieve, but in the name of a driving force, you can count on the inspiring aroma of Oudh Majun Maliki. Let this magnificent bukhoor turn your surroundings into a palace as you visualize your royal dream and move closer to it with every whiff!
A treat for the senses – Bakhour Dalua, fragrant woods, enriched with fine, fragrant oils.
Incense burning in the old Arab tradition as it is practiced even today.
During burning incense on charcoal valuable fragrances are released and spread a relaxing lovely scent.
Fragrance: Oudh, sandalwood, musk, caramel, fresh, sweet, floral
Harmal is used for constipation treatment, Adar frequency treatment, sleep and rupture creature, diuretic, relief back pain, and sciatica, disinfectants and increase mother milk. Powder of harmal is prescribing for Pain relief. Also, it is a flavor. Dried capsules from this plant are strong and hung in homes or vehicles to protect against “the evil eye.
The medical uses of harmal are varied and extensive. It has been used for inflammation, hemorrhoids, and menstrual discomfort. The smoke from heated seeds of this plant has been used for their antibacterial and antiparasitic properties. Harmal can kill mold, intestinal parasites, and bacteria. Some patients have used it for pain, gastrointestinal troubles, and urinary problems as well.
Other conditions that harmal is claimed to treat include baldness, epilepsy, and urinary disorders. The plant has been used for lice, nervousness and sexual problems as well. It also is believed to aid patients who have mental illnesses such as depression. There also has been some evidence that medicines made from the plant can fight the growth of cancerous tumors.
Harmaline is the active ingredient in harmal. It acts as a stimulant on the central nervous system. The seeds can be homegrown or purchased in grocery stores that sell Middle Eastern products. They also are ground and incorporated into products such as ointments, infusions and oils.