Bakhoor Musk

Bakhoor Musk

  • 31 December, 2021
  • Joseph Wingate Bey

Bakhour Musk

Bakhoor has been a necessity in almost every Arabian home for centuries now. It is believed to have initially been used by the nomadic Levantine tribes who burnt agarwood chips (the base ingredient of bakhoor) to perfume their surrounding, and to cover up the smell of cooking. It was also believed by some to ward off bad luck. Even now, many strongly believe that the sacred aroma of bakhoor can keep away jinn and attract angels, as it has a cleansing, purifying, and healing effect.

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