Pure Black Ambergris Indian Ocean & Dark Ambergris Attar Oil 12ml🐋🥇
Black Ambergris From Indian Ocean Dark Ambergris Attar Oil 12ml!🐳
Prepared by DearMusk Artisan🥇
WHAT ARE PHEROMONES?
The word pheromone is derived from the Greek phero, which means “to transport”and hormone meaning “to stimulate”. Pheromones are chemicals that are secreted or excreted by an individual and can trigger certain behavioral or social responses in members of the same species. Alarm pheromones, food trail pheromones and sex pheromones affect behavior among many insects, vertebrates and plants, acting like chemical messengers between the individuals. The chemical, neurological and physiological responses by the recipients are natural innate reactions to these chemical signals. Sex pheromones emitted by males and females tell other individuals about their species, well-being, reproductive ability, availability, and desire. Certain substances, compounds and stimulants increase the level of sex hormones; aphrodisiacs of this type can be found in plants, herbs and animal substances - pure musk and true ambergris have been found to have aphrodisiac qualities, "pheromonal" activity, triggering physiological and behavioral responses by their natural odor.
WHAT IS BLACK AMBERGRIS?
Black Ambergris (Ambre Gris, Grey Amber, Ambergrease, Ambra grisea) is an intestinal solid and flammable secretion produced by the male sperm whale. Giant squid, the favorite diet of sperm whales, contains indigestible beaks which irritate the stomach lining of the whale, causing it to secrete the waxy
*BLACK AMBERGRIS INDIAN OCEAN 12ML*
This is a robust bold fragrance best suited for those who prefer perfumes that have animalic oceanic dark notes such as opium, cistus, opomax, labdanum or pepper, and who are not intimidated by such a distinguished and assertive fragrance. Truly an oil to add variety to the connoisseur's already well stocked repertoire of fine essential essences. Lastly, it is sweet, but is the least sweet of them all. In addition, as it is a complex scent all on its own, it also blends well with leather notes, woody notes and floral notes, adding an evocative, aphrodisiac and addictive character to fine essences... olfactory pleasure par excellence.
WHAT IS THE SCENT PROFILE OF BLACK AMBERGRIS?
Perfumer's Note: Black ambergris is the rawest form of ambergris, which means that it lacks the overtly sweet note like that of the golden and white ambergris varieties, hence it tends to be less expensive on the market. The defining character of black ambergris is similar to that of tar or pitch. The essences of note is oceanic, animalic fecal, mildewy, sour, bittersweet, musky, sharp, penetrating and naturally spicy similar to that of dried cloves.
This Black Ambergris oil, named "Indian Ocean", was offered exclusively by Kannauj-India back in 1946 as it was designed and composed using an authentic secret recipe by S.Md.Ayub Md. Yaqub, which was later dedicated and presented as precious gift to DearMusk Artisans (Malik Family). The Original cannot be compared to the many copycats and versions that has followed after its launch - the character, high quality and uniqueness remains unparalleled.
WHAT IS AMBERGRIS AND WHERE IS IT FOUND?
Due to sperm whale's inability to digest sharp squid beaks, it produces ambergris, an intestinal secretion which protects the stomach lining of the whale. This secretion hardens and is expelled as waste by the whale and can be found floating in the waters where the sperm whales reside; off the coasts of Africa, New Zealand, the Mid East and South East Asia. Since the demand of rare ambergris far outweighs the production - only a mere 1% of the male sperm whales produce ambergris - finding genuine ambergris washed ashore will soon be a thing of the past.
HOW IS AMBERGRIS USED?
Ambergris has been used extensively historically and culturally since ancient times. The Egyptians of yesterday burned ambergris as incense, while in modern Egypt ambergris is used for scenting cigarettes. The ancient Chinese called ambergris "dragon's spittle fragrance". During the Middle Ages, Europeans used ambergris as a medication for headaches, colds, epilepsy, and other ailments. At the time of the Black Death in Europe, people believed that carrying a ball of ambergris could help prevent them from getting the plague. This was because the fragrance covered the smell of the air which was believed to be the cause of plague. Ambergris in different forms has also been used as a delicate flavoring for food like saffron, and due to its aphrodisiac nature, Ambergris has become one of the main ingredients in modern perfumery.