Cultivated Agarwoodpatent#: US 6848211filed under Agricultureview the full patent | comments (49)posted on 3/14/2005, patent issued on 2/1/2005Patently Cool. I had never heard of agarwood, but now I want some. Here are a few things Ilearned from the patent:"Agarwood is a highly prized incense that is extremely rare. It has at least a 3000-yearhistory in the Middle East, China and Japan. There are also references to agarwood in theliterature of India and France, and even in the Old Testament of the Bible. Agarwoodremains today the worlds most expensive incense. The value of agarwood shipped out ofSingapore alone each year has been estimated to exceed $1.2 billion.""The resin is used by Traditional Chinese, Unanai, Ayuravedic, and Tibetan physicians. Usedmedicinally, agarwood is a remedy for nervous disorders such as neurosis, obsessivebehavior, and exhaustion. Agarwood is highly psychoactive and is used in spiritual rituals.Many religious groups prize it as a meditation incense, to calm the mind and spirit. InAyuravedic medicine it is used to treat a wide range of mental illness and to drive evil spiritsaway. In Japan, it is considered by many to be sacred, and is used to anoint the dead. InBuddhism, it serves as a major ingredient in many incense mixtures, and it is considered tobe one of the three integral incenses, together with sandalwood and cloves."Where can I find a dealer?
Comments on Cultivated AgarwoodSadique Hussain | Jun 26, 2009 12:24 AMDear viewers,we manufacturers of multipurpose distillation unit like as agaroil,patchouli,lemongrass,citronella,gerenium,vetiber,sugandhmantri,kapurkachi etc.in verymordern technology with enviroment friendly.Sadique Hussain | Jun 26, 2009 12:21 AMDear viewers,we manufacturers of multipurpose distillation unit like as agaroil,patchouli,lemongrass,citronella,gerenium,vetiber,sugandhmantri,kapurkachi etc.in verymordern technology with enviroment friendly.Md. Shahedur Rahman Babla | Jun 6, 2009 8:36 PMI am very much interested to know more about Agarwood production, innoculationprocess & marketing. Persons or the companies are directly linked with this in Bhutan,Nepal, Thailand, Malayasia, Indonesia, Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnum, Laos are
requested to contact with me in my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgBangladesh Agri | May 12, 2009 3:59 AMHello everyone.So far I know, Cultivated Agarwood Kits, invented by Mr. RobertA.Blanchette, gives the best result. The resin formation is good and the quality producedis good quality agarwood. In Bangladesh a company has it license. Does anyone knowthe best & latest technology to extract oil from Agarwood? Also let me know where can Iget the equipments. Thanks.bazeer | May 2, 2009 12:45 AMDear sirs The Malaysian goverment has embarked on a massive cultivation of agarwoodand at the moment 15ooo hectres have been alloted for such project. The catch here isthey have not have found the best species nor the best method for innoculation nor thebest distillation facilities. We a group of friends have decided to go deep into the matterto have more information. I have also come to know there have been two conferencesorganised by the EU pertaining to the matter. So we too are gathering more informationto help out. Profit nor moneytary gain is not our pririoty.nabil rashid | Jan 24, 2008 7:09 AMi am intrested in buying agarwood from papua guinea or china the best quality availableany quantity please contact meJ. Maideen | Dec 25, 2007 1:14 AMI am interested (ready) in planting agarwood tree in my 9 acre farm, please let me havemore information on the planting and chemical agents used to induce the agarwood treeto produce agarwood resin. My email address is email@example.com Thank you andbest regards. J. MaideenMohd Ismail Mohd kannu | Nov 18, 2007 10:52 AMI am Intersted in agarwood.please letme have more information on planting andchjemicalto allow the tree to produce risen. awaiting your response to email addressMohisma@yahoo.com.my Thank yourubaiyat | Nov 5, 2007 12:24 AMIm very interested in agarwood/gaharu plantation. Anyway im still sceptical about thepossiblity to produce agarwood thru the inoculation. How much it cost and how much itcan produce? Any experience inculator out there that can help me?steve | Oct 7, 2007 7:26 AMhave original cambodian forest agar oil not syntheticHaji Mohammad Alim Uddin | Sep 7, 2007 5:27 PMDear Viewers, i have 200 agar trees whic;s age are 28-30 yrs and i want to sell it.seriously interested persons pls contact by mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org sincerelyHaji Mohammad Alim Uddin
Ariffin | Sep 7, 2007 8:01 AMHi everybody. Could somebody provide inputs on the cost of innoculation, on aneconomic scale that is. I will work out the numbers and acreage later. I will soon betransfering some 1000 plants, once land is available. Also please provide source offungus. Drop me aline at email@example.com Thks..| Sep 7, 2007 7:56 AMHi everybody. Iam suprise to discover this website, which is informative and useful.However, could somebody provide me the cost of innoculation, say at some economiclevel, so that we could work out on the numbers on acreage. Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Been preparing nursery for about 1000 plant per month.poorna munankarmi | Aug 26, 2007 3:10 AMi have to plan to palntation of red sandal wood in NEPAL (approximately 5 hector ofland. So please inform me about cultivation, plantation, harvesting and many more whstyou know as well as what to know for said plan. i will highly appriciate to all friends.yours poorna munankarmi kathmandu, nepalandy | Jun 8, 2007 3:10 PMhi, me and friend of mine (live in thailand) have become interested in agarwood andwould like to purchase seedlings or take a look at a plantation/distillery in the bangkokarea to gain more knowledge. any useful information please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgRobert A. Blanchette | Jun 4, 2007 12:13 PMI am the inventor of this patent and after seeing comments posted from dealers for selling"agarwood from native old growth forests" I am concerned. Aquilaria trees are nowprotected in most countries and the collection of agarwood is illegal from these naturalforests. International agreements, such as CITES (the Convention on International Tradein Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora), accepted by 169 countries, is designedto ensure trade in agarwood products from wild trees does not threaten the survival ofAquilaria. Despite these efforts, agarwood products from illegally cut trees continues tobe sold and unknowing consumers create a demand that helps to destroy the last oldgrowth Aquilaria trees in existence. This patent demonstrates methods to produceagarwood in young plantation grown trees. The patent has been issued or is pending in allagarwood producing and consuming countries. This technology eliminates the need to cutold growth trees, provides a new economy to poor farmers in developing countries andprovides superb quality agarwood for people around the world to enjoy. The patentreview states "Patently Cool. I had never heard of agarwood, but now I want some".Products of cultivated agarwood from plantations in Vietnam are now being soldworldwide by Scentedmountain.com. The incense of ancient kings and spiritual leaders isnow produced in a sustainable way and available for everyone to enjoy!Panjadi | Apr 26, 2007 9:56 PMdear all Trader. We Are Company from Indonesia, Dealing Agarwood, Agarwood
Extract, Agarwood Oil, Sandalwood & Sandalwood Oil. Please Visit Our Sitewww.panjadi.com for look our product detail or contact us email@example.com thxThomas Lee | Mar 12, 2007 10:47 PMI am interested in planting agarwood tree in my farm, please let me have moreinformation on the planting and chemical agents used to induce the agarwood tree toproduce agarwood resin. My email address is tsl222.yahoo.com Thank you and bestregards. Thomas LeeImran | Mar 11, 2007 10:21 AMHi all, We are a globle MNC forestry management firm specialising in agarwood. Wehave more than 20,000 acre of BOI approved agarwood plantation in Thailand.We invitepotential investors to invest in our land and we demarcate plots,maintain and provideharvest return of Agarwood in Six years(at maturity).We provide all the legal documentssuch as Harvest certificates,Land lease agreement and purchase and money backgaurantees.Please email me your interests to firstname.lastname@example.org for furtherdetails and profile of our company and plantations. Thnx.Mohd Sheriff | Feb 14, 2007 11:59 PMOur company has been established since 1981 and is based in Singapore and is growingrapidly to expand the operations and businesses to all over the world. Have establishedourselves with the International Market. We are looking for long term business to be assupplier to all buyers all over the world. We Supply various grades of Agarwood chips insmall and large quantity and from various Origins. And we are also selling the BlackWood. We also deals with Agarwood oil and Sandal Oil. We can supply in all kind ofgrade of qualities. We have large quantity of 100% pure Agarwood oil to sell. If you areinterested, please mail to us for more details. Thank you. Hoping to do business with you.My e-mail address is email@example.comYusman Xiao | Jan 23, 2007 5:56 AMHi dears, we have sold agarwood and its Oil for many years which is from Indonesia. Bythe way, Id like to introduce to you, if you have any interested in it, please feel free tocontact me directly through: firstname.lastname@example.org or +62815 9599 857 or +62818185 166 thanks for your attention. Regadrs, Yusman Xiaomokhtari | Dec 19, 2006 4:31 PMhello iam interested about pure and only pure 100% real agrwood oil to sell to europe.regards email@example.comDang Dinh Hien | Dec 4, 2006 6:28 AMDear Nr Tobias Masi, You can contact with me Email: firstname.lastname@example.org MrDang DInh HienNr Tobias Masi | Dec 3, 2006 1:02 AMI am from Papua New Guinea, North of Australia. I have wild agarwood resin havesample on hand. I am looking for interested buyers to help me export the product.
Dang Dinh Hien | Dec 2, 2006 10:22 AMOur agrwoodjsc can provide millions of Aquilaria Crassna Pierre seedling and have morethan 100ha of agarwood trees. Can provide with large quantityAlias Hashim | Nov 21, 2006 10:37 PMDear Alls Agarwood Investors, Im Ir Alias Hashim, an engineer by profession butinterested about agarwood. We are plan to develope 500 acre agarwood plantation usingAquilaria Sub-Integra in Malaysia by next year. The land is available, and we are gettingloan from Government of Malaysia. However, we have another lands....and we are opento the insterested investors to fund the projects. We have the innoculation technology tocreate the resin after 4-5 year old of agarwood tree age, and after innoculate with fungus,the wood can be harvest for oils extraction using distillation equipment. My partner isProffesor in Local University which is experienced in extraction technology, either usingnormal hydro-distillation technique, Vacuum-distillation or latest technology usingSupercritical CO2. We are welcome to the interested party and u can contact me email@example.com | Nov 18, 2006 2:03 AMi am an australian and have lived in thailand for forty years and can supply all the agarwood and oil u need my email firstname.lastname@example.orgLee Jok Sian | Oct 8, 2006 9:57 PMI am interested in plant agarwood, please let me have more information on the plantingand chemical used to allow the tree to produce agarwood resin. Awaiting your responseto email address email@example.com Thank you and best regards. LeeSopida | Jul 10, 2006 2:30 AMDear all, I m looking for a dealer or any company who interested to buy the pureagarwood oil. We have grownt it for several years and currently we are producing thepure oil and other related product. If you are interested, please kindly contact me firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss in furhter information. We have some sample for startdealing the business in case you would like to check the quality.artillary | Jun 25, 2006 8:31 PMI forgot to post my e-mail address for previous post. Here is my address:email@example.com | Jun 25, 2006 8:29 PMI recently started to plant 27 hectars of agarwood in Cambodia. I am in the process ofacquiring more land for the same purpose. We get our plants from Thailand and somefrom Vietnam. I heard it takes about 3 to 5 years for the trees to be mature enough forsale to use for distillery. Is there anybody interested in buying the trees when they reachtheir age? Please e-mail me the price for each tree.DHAVAL CHELLANI | Jun 21, 2006 2:48 AMhallo people, my self is very intrested in deal of agar wood oil and chips, which grown in
far east countries. pls i need help to develope in this business, & i m in need of onemaster mind of these field who give knowldge of it. pls send price and quality quantityavailability of agar wood oil if any body having this materials. my e mail id:firstname.lastname@example.org thanx.Jon | May 30, 2006 6:10 PMYes, if someone could give me a forest of these trees, I could put up stupid crap like thosebefore me. Please email me at:email@example.comNik Mohd Nasrudeen | May 29, 2006 11:58 AMHi,im dealing with agarwood oil which is 100% pure.Its proven by the Certificate OfAnalysis (COA).We used the oil for eating as we believe it has medicinal value,believeme,we eat it because its pure.We would like to offer TRIAL PURCHASE for interestedparty of agarwood chips and agarwood oil.Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.Regardsshah tom | May 12, 2006 9:31 AMhai,. people ,. i just got to know about agarwood,. i got some sample ,. pls someone helpme, in giving me some info reg or the quality off my agarwood,.& would like to findbuyer 4 my agarwood,. in msia it is call "geharu" i m a farmer in msia,. and also run arubber estet in msia,.tqshah tom | May 12, 2006 9:29 AMhai,. people ,. i just got to know about agarwood,. i got some sample ,. pls someone helpme, in giving me some info reg or the quality off my agarwood,.& would like to findbuyer 4 my agarwood,. in msia it is call "geharu" i m a farmer in msia,. and also run arubber estet in msia,.tqHenry Heuveling van Beek | May 9, 2006 2:09 AMDear all, The Rainforest Project Foundation, TRP and its commercial partners will beginproviding Patented Cultivated Agarwood kits and application services this year. InAugust 2006 a company will begin offering this service exclusively in The Kingdom ofThailand, and another affiliated company will operate in Vietnam by June 2006. Othercountries will rapidly follow. Please access cultivatedagarwood.com which will be on-line by the end of May 2006. In addition, TRP is organising its second internationalagarwood conference in Thailand, March 2007. Registration will begin by Mid-may2006: Please see our web site: http://therainforestproject.netRay | Apr 19, 2006 10:17 PMI have came across this website and read all your comments, and I am glad I did pass bythis website! Our office is located in Hong Kong. Well, what I have to say is that ourcompany have plans for these kinds of cultivated agarwood plantation. Please drop me anemail at email@example.com for more information!Wayne Brines | Mar 15, 2006 1:27 AMMy wife has some property in Southern Thailand and I have done a lot of research on
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