The History of Attars
Attar (Arabic: عطر) also known as ittar is a natural perfume oil derived from botanical sources. Most commonly these oils are taken from the botanical material through hydro or steam distillation. Oils can also be expressed by chemical means but generally natural perfumes which qualify as Ittar/Attars are distilled naturally. The oils obtained from the herbs flowers and wood are generally distilled into a wood base such as sandalwood and then aged. The aging period can last from one to ten years depending on the botanicals used and the results desired.
The word ‘attar’, ‘ittar’ or ‘othr’ is basically an Arabic word which means ‘scent’; this in turn is believed to have been derived from the Persian word Atr, meaning ‘fragrance’.
Archaeological digs have revealed round copper stills, used for making attars, that are at least five-thousand years old. These stills are called degs.
Attar Main Benefits
Worship gods and goddess
Remove for Negative Energy.
Remove from vastu dosh in your house.
Remove strees from our body.
Balance our aura and mind.
Energisers our bodys sevan chakras.
Born a attraction power in our aura.