A-to-Z List Essential Oils from the Aquilaria Species of Plants:

Aquilaria is a genus of twenty-five species of trees, called lign aloes, lign-aloes, agarwood, or aloeswood trees, in the family Thymelaeaceae, native to southeast Asia.

They occur particularly in the rainforests of Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, Northeast India, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Borneo and New Guinea. The trees grow to 6–20 m tall. The leaves are alternate, 5–11 cm long and 2–4 cm broad, with a short acuminate apex and an entire margin. The flowers are yellowish-green, produced in an umbel; the fruit is a woody capsule 2.5–3 cm long.

Species of the Aquilaria genera:

  • Aquilaria agallocha
  • Aquilaria apiculata
  • Aquilaria baillonii
  • Aquilaria banaense
  • Aquilaria beccariana
  • Aquilaria brachyantha
  • Aquilaria citrinicarpa
  • Aquilaria crassna
  • Aquilaria cumingiana
  • Aquilaria filaria
  • Aquilaria hirta
  • Aquilaria khasiana
  • Aquilaria malaccensis
  • Aquilaria microcarpa
  • Aquilaria parvifolia
  • Aquilaria rostrata
  • Aquilaria rugosa
  • Aquilaria sinensis
  • Aquilaria subintegra
  • Aquilaria urdanetensis
  • Aquilaria yunnanensis
  • Agarwood Crasna (OUD)

    Agarwood Crasna (OUD)

    (Aquilaria crassna)

    Aroma Description: Bitter-sweet woody with animalic notes and a leather character.

  • Agarwood Subintegra

    Agarwood Subintegra

    (Aquilaria subintegra)

    Aroma Description: Deep, woody, earthy, musky-warm/animalic-like aroma with hints of deep cherry cola and vanilla.