Nasaem 50ml EDP by Nabeel

nabeel nasaem edp

Nabeel Nasaem Spray Perfume EDP 50ml

Fragrance notes:

Top Notes :  Aldehyde, Pineapple, Plum, Terragon, Lime, Bergamot, Saffron
Middle Notes : Orchid, Rose, Geranium, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Iris
Base Notes : Cedarwood, Guaiac Wood, Agarwood, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Nagarmotha, White Musk, Tonka, Ambergris
Olfactive Family : Floral-Sandalwood-Woody

BULK BUY – 6 Nabeel Oudh Chips Incense 60gms

nabeel oudh incense chips

Made in U.A.E by Nabeel Perfumes (Heritage series)

ASLI / Genuine / Original
Volume: 60gms/jar

For Nabeel Oudh Incense Fragrance Notes:

Oudh Nasaem fragrance notes:
Top Notes :
 Aldehyde, Pineapple, Plum, Terragon, Lime, Bergamot, Saffron
Middle Notes : Orchid, Rose, Geranium, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Iris
Base Notes : Cedarwood, Guaiac Wood, Agarwood, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Nagarmotha, White Musk, Tonka, Ambergris
Olfactive Family : Floral-Sandalwood-Woody
Oudh Nabeel Black fragrance notes:
Top Notes : Bergamot, Lemon, Basil.
Middle Notes : Geranium, Ylang-Ylang, Lavender, Artemisia, Clary Sage, Cinnamon
Base Notes : Musk, Oakmoss, Coumarin
Olfactive Family : Floral-Woody-Musky
Oudh Nabeel fragrance notes:
Top Notes: 
Lemon, Bergamot, Jasmine, Rose, White Flowers, Tagete, Saffron, Oriental Notes
Middle Notes: Rose, Sage, Cardamom, Cashmere, Ylang-Ylang, Cananga, Cedarwood, Lily of Valley, Honey
Base Notes: Patchouli, Precious Woods, White Musks, Amber Notes, Oakmoss, Vetiver, Leather, Animal Notes, Sandalwood, Amber Notes, Gurjum Balm
Olfactive Family: Oriental-Woody.

 

Nabeel Bakhoor / Bukhoor 40gms Home Fragrance Incense Pack

nabeel bakhoor pack

Fragrance Notes: 
Bakhoor Nasaem
Top Notes : Aldehyde, Pineapple, Plum, Terragon, Lime, Bergamot, Saffron

Middle Notes : Orchid, Rose, Geranium, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Iris

Base Notes : Cedarwood, Guaiac Wood, Agarwood, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Nagarmotha, White Musk, Tonka, AmbergrisOlfactive Family : Floral-Sandalwood-Woody

Nabeel Black Bakhoor
Top Notes : Bergamot, Lemon, Basil.

Middle Notes : Grranium, Ylang-Ylang, Lavender, Artemisia, Clary Sage, Cinnamon.
Base Notes : Musk, Oakmoss, Coumarin.

Olfactive Family : Floral-Woody-Musky.

Nabeel Bakhoor (formerly ‘Touch me’)
Top Notes : Lemon, Bergamot, Jasmine, Rose, White Flowers, Tagete, Saffron, Oriental Notes

Middle Notes: Rose, Sage, Cardamom, Cashmere, Ylang-Ylang, Cananga, Cedarwood, Lily of Valley, Honey
Base Notes: Patchouli, Precious Woods, White Musks, Amber Notes, Oakmoss, Vetiver, Leather, Animal Notes, Sandalwood, Amber Notes, Gurjum Balm

Olfactive Family: Oriental-Woody.

Bakhoor Mulhum 
Top Notes : Cloves, Honey.

Middle Notes : Rose, Jasmine, Ylang ylang, Violets, Saffron.
Base Notes : Oud, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Benjoin, Labdamum, White Musks

Olfactive Family: Floral – Spicy – Oud.

Bakhoor Maamul Nabeel 
Top Notes: Rose, Cedar

Middle Notes: Geranium, Rose
Base Notes: Sandalwood, Musk
Olfactive Family: Floral-Woody
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7 Amazing Uses and Benefits of Saffron – The Golden Spice

What Is Saffron

Saffron, also known as Zafaran or Kesar/Keshar, is a spice derived from the Crocus sativus plant. Because of its high price and the rich yellow colour it gives, it is often called “The Golden Spice”.

Currently saffron is commercially produced in Iran, Greece, Morocco, Spain, Kashmir and Italy. Iran is the most important producer of saffron both, in terms of volume and quality, and Spain being the largest importer of the spice.

 

Why is Saffron so expensive?

saffron flower stigma

Saffron is a labour intensive crop, which makes it the most expensive spice. Each flower produces only three stamens that must be lovingly hand picked and carefully dried, taking about 160 flowers to produce just 1 gram of saffron.

 

Saffron significance in history

Cultivation and use of saffron spans more than 3,500 years. It has been traded and used across continents and even utilized as a treatment for over 90 disorders. Ancient Greek legends speak of soldiers embarking on perilous voyages to procure what was thought to be the most valuable saffron. Cleopatra, as per certain texts, used saffron in her baths for its cosmetic properties. Egyptian healers used this spice for treating gastrointestinal ailments.

In Roman times, it was used to promote wound healing and relieve upper respiratory complaints. In folk and Ayurvedic medicine, it was used as an expectorant, sedative, anti-asthma, adaptogen, emmenagogue and in various opioid preparations for pain relief during the 16th—19th centuries.

In ancient Mediterranean cultures, the spice was associated with strength, fertility, psychic sensitivity and sexual potency. It was a popular healing and cleansing ritual to add saffron to love sachets and potions.

This “Golden Spice” was also mentioned in the Old Testament in Songs of Solomon, along with myrrh, aloe, calamus and cinnamon, as one of the most precious spices.

Egyptians would mix it with honey, and Romans would sprinkle their marriage beds with it because this spice isbelieved to be aphrodisiac.

Throughout the history saffron has also been used in body washes, as a narcotic, in potpourris, in cosmetics, as an antidepressant, and as a spice – to both color and flavour dishes.

 

7 Amazing Saffron Benefits

This exotic Golden Spice does more than just flavour and colour your dishes. Despite its high cost, saffron has been valued in Ayurveda, Chinese, Unani, and Tibetan traditional medicine for its impressive health benefits. Nowadays, modern science has also begun to recognise the power of saffron’s bioactive compounds such as crocin, crocetin, picrocrocin, and safranal. Saffron is believed to help treat gastric disorders, lower depression, improve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, reduce insulin resistance, and protect the heart.

  1. Soothes an upset stomach

    In Eastern medicine, saffron has traditionally been used to treat gastric disorders. It can help eliminate the burning pain, heartburn, and indigestion that comes with a stomach ulcer. Studies on animals show that crocin and safranal, two of saffron’s active components, have antioxidant properties that can reduce ulcer formation. If you are prone to ulcer, a pinch of saffron might be more beneficial that you think.

  2. Lowers Depression

    In the modern world today, depression has become more and more common. While there are lots of pills to treat depression, saffron has emerged as an effective and natural alternative. A study determined that saffron is comparable to the antidepressant imipramine for treating mild to moderate depression. Again, it is the crocin and safranal properties in saffron that work the magic. Both crocin and safranal modulate the neurotransmitters dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine, the brain chemicals that influence your mood.

  3. Improves Pre-Menstrual Syndrome

    Research has found that saffron can significantly reduce the symptoms of PMS that impact mood, behaviour, and pain. It is because of saffron’s ability to oinfluence the neurotransmitter serotonin. So ladies, next time you experience PMS, the relief might just be sitting right on your spice rack.

  4. Lowers Insulin Resistance

    An animal study found that when rats were fed a high-fructose diet, they developed insulin resistance – a condition in which your cells stop responding normally to the hormone insulin, which is a leading factor in the development of diabetes – along with many other pathological changes.
    Crocetin, a major component of saffron, has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that alleviate their insulin insensitivity.
    It’s always best practice to limit our high-fructose intake in our diet, but saffron might be able to help or even prevent the negative impact of the occasional treats.

  5. Protects Your Heart

    As mentioned before, saffron has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and these can promote healthy arteries. Animal studies have also shown that crocetin has the ability to lower cholesterol.
    Some researchers believe that Mediterranean countries like Spain have low rates of cardiovascular diseases due to their heavy use of saffron. Feel like authentic saffron-infused paella tonight?

  6. Natural Aphrodisiac

    A study by a team at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada has proven that saffron can increase sexual desire and improve human sexual function without any negative side effects.

    In another study, the crocin in saffron has proved to be beneficial to the male reproductive system in improved mounting and erection frequencies in normal male rats.

    In Ayurveda, saffron has been used to treat premature ejaculation, erectyle dysfunction, and low sperm count.

    Cleopatra was said to bathe in saffron-infused water before a sexual encounter.

    Studies have shown that saffron can stimulate libido and arousal, increase blood flow to the sexual organs, and boost stamina—for women just as well as for men.

    Crocin in saffron was also found to potentially reverse the damage caused to the male reproductive system due to extended nicotine use.

  7. Enhances Your Skin

    Saffron has been used in cosmetics to help treat acne and blemishes, give luminuous complexion and improve skin texture.

 

Possible Side Effects

While it’s generally safe to consume saffron up to a certain amount per day, peopla who are pregnant and or breastfeeding, or have allergies should be more careful. Please always ask your doctor before consuming.

Just 1 – 5 strands of saffron a day is considered sufficient. While this exotic golden spice has many benefits, consuming too much can have adverse effects on your health.

 

Where to buy Saffron?

Due to its high price, there are many fake saffron in the market. It is not uncommon to see subtitutes as safflower or marigold flower, which are completely different plants, get sold as saffron. Some people use other parts of the Crocus Sativus plant in place of the stigmas.

Therefore, you should always buy saffron from a trusted vendor. We source our saffron from Moshad, Khorasan, Iran, from a saffron farmer who has been in the business for more than 30 years. We buy only the best quality of Persian/Iranian saffron, which is grade 1, or Sargol grade (only the red stigma tips). You can buy our saffron online.

It is natural to see some yellowish/orange tips on the stigmas, even in sargol grade. The lack of these orange tips might even mean the saffron strands are dyed.

There are some common ways to determine whether or not what you have bought is fake or adulterated:

  • Drop a few strands in warm milk or water. Both real and fake saffron will change the liquid’s colour, but the real saffron will remain crimson, while the pretender will turn white.
  • Mix in a small amount of baking soda to a cup of water, then add your saffron. The water-baking soda mix should turn yellow if it’s pure saffron. Fake saffron will turn the water red.

Storing Saffron

If stored carefully, saffron can retain its potency, aroma, and colour for a long time (about 2 years).

Please always store your saffron in an airtight container away from heat, moisture, and light.

 

Sources and References:

 

Disclaimer: The content is purely informative and educational in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional.

Nabeel Oudh Incense Sample Packs

Nabeel Oudh Incense sample pack

What you get in this bundle:

1 x 15gr jar Nabeel Oudh Nasaem
1 x 15gr jar Nabeel Oudh Black
1 x 15gr jar Oudh Nabeel (formerly ‘Touch Me’)
1 x 15gr jar Nabeel Oudh Salateen
1 x 15gr jar Ood Maamul Nabeel

Nabeel Oudh Incense Fragrance Notes:

Nabeel Oudh Nasaem

Top Notes : Aldehyde, Pineapple, Plum, Terragon, Lime, Bergamot, Saffron
Middle Notes : Orchid, Rose, Geranium, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Iris
Base Notes : Cedarwood, Guaiac Wood, Agarwood, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Nagarmotha, White Musk, Tonka, Ambergris
Olfactive Family : Floral-Sandalwood-Woody

 

Oudh Nabeel Black

Top Notes : Bergamot, Lemon, Basil.
Middle Notes : Grranium, Ylang-Ylang, Lavender, Artemisia, Clary Sage, Cinnamon
Base Notes : Musk, Oakmoss, Coumarin
Olfactive Families : Floral-Woody-Musky.

Oudh Nabeel (formerly ‘Touch Me’)

Top Notes: Lemon, Bergamot, Jasmine, Rose, White Flowers, Tagete, Saffron, Oriental Notes
Middle Notes: Rose, Sage, Cardamom, Cashmere, Ylang-Ylang, Cananga, Cedarwood, Lily of Valley, Honey
Base Notes: Patchouli, Precious Woods, White Musks, Amber Notes, Oakmoss, Vetiver, Leather, Animal Notes, Sandalwood, Amber Notes, Gurjum Balm
Olfactive Family: Oriental-Woody.

 

Nabeel Oudh Salateen

Top Notes : Cloves, Honey.
Middle Notes : Rose, Jasmine, Ylang ylang, Violets, Saffron.
Base Notes : Oud, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Benjoin, Labdamum, White Musks.
Olfactive Family : Floral – Spicy – Oud.

 

Ood Maamul Nabeel

TOP NOTES: Rose, Cedar
MIDDLE NOTES: Geranium, Rose
BASE NOTES: Sandalwood, Musk
OLFACTIVE FAMILY : Floral-Woody

Tajebni Concentrated Perfume Oil 20ml by Nabeel

Nabeel Tajebni Perfume Oil

Tajebni by Nabeel is an oriental woody fragrance for men and women.

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes : Saffron, Labdanum, Lemon
Middle Notes : Lavender, Nagarmotha, Elemi
Base Notes : Sandalwood, Guaiacwood, Caramel
Olfactive Family : Oriental-Woody

Nasaem Concentrated Perfume Oil 15ml by Nabeel

Nabeel Nasaem CPO

Nasaem by Nabeel is a Floral Woody Musk fragrance for women and men.

 

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes: Aldehyde, Pineapple, Plum, Terragon, Lime, Bergamot, Saffron

Middle Notes: Orchid, Rose, Geranium, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Iris

Base Notes: Cedarwood, Guaiac Wood, Agarwood, Sandalwood, Patchouli, White Musk, Tonka, Ambergris

Olfactive Family: Floral-Sandalwood-Woody

Tarimi Yemeni Mabkhara – Oudh Incense Package

tarimi oudh nabeel

Tarimi Mabkhara is handmade from teak wood. Height: 15.5cm.
Featuring removable alu tray and handle.
Wood has been treated to comply with Australian standard.

Oudh Nabeel Black Fragrance Notes:
Top Notes :  Bergamot, Lemon, Basil.
Middle Notes : Geranium, Ylang-Ylang, Lavender, Artemisia, Clary Sage, Cinnamon
Base Notes : Musk, Oakmoss, Coumarin
Olfactive Family : Floral-Woody-Musky.

Oudh Nasaem Fragrance Notes:
Top Notes :  Aldehyde, Pineapple, Plum, Terragon, Lime, Bergamot, Saffron
Middle Notes : Orchid, Rose, Geranium, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Iris
Base Notes : Cedarwood, Guaiac Wood, Agarwood, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Nagarmotha, White Musk, Tonka, Ambergris
Olfactive Family : Floral-Sandalwood-Woody

Oudh Nabeel Fragrance Notes: 
TOP NOTES: Lemon, Bergamot, Jasmine, Rose, White Flowers, Tagete, Saffron, Oriental Notes
MIDDLE NOTES: Rose, Sage, Cardamom, Cashmere, Ylang-Ylang, Cananga, Cedarwood, Lily of Valley, Honey
BASE NOTES: Patchouli, Precious Woods, White Musks, Amber Notes, Oakmoss, Vetiver, Leather, Animal Notes, Sandalwood, Amber Notes, Gurjum Balm
OLFACTIVE FAMILY: Oriental-Woody.

Ood Maamul Nabeel Fragrance Notes: 
TOP NOTES: Rose, Cedar
MIDDLE NOTES: Geranium, Rose
BASE NOTES: Sandalwood, Musk
OLFACTIVE FAMILY : Floral-Woody

 

Bakhoor Nabeel 40gms Incense

Nabeel Bakhoor Bukhoor 40gms Incense

Volume: 40gms

 

Fragrance Notes

TOP NOTES: Lemon, Bergamot, Jasmine, Rose, White Flowers, Tagete, Saffron, Oriental Notes
MIDDLE NOTES: Rose, Sage, Cardamom, Cashmere, Ylang-Ylang, Cananga, Cedarwood, Lily of Valley, Honey
BASE NOTES: Patchouli, Precious Woods, White Musks, Amber Notes, Oakmoss, Vetiver, Leather, Animal Notes, Sandalwood, Amber Notes, Gurjum Balm
OLFACTIVE FAMILY: Oriental-Woody.

Oudh Nasaem 60gms Bakhoor by Nabeel

Oudh Nasaem Fragrance Notes:

  • Top Notes : Aldehyde, Pineapple, Plum, Terragon, Lime, Bergamot, Saffron
  • Middle Notes : Orchid, Rose, Geranium, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Iris
  • Base Notes : Cedarwood, Guaiac Wood, Agarwood, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Nagarmotha, White Musk, Tonka, Ambergris
  • Olfactive Family : Floral-Sandalwood-Woody