As the family ventures into Regenerative Agroforestry specializing in fragrant trees, we consider this as alternative to the traditional tree and agricultural farming. Instead of using the entire 20 hectares of land for planting endemic species like Aquilaria Malaccensis, Ylang-ylang, Pili, Almaciga trees and Cacao or raising only livestock dairy farm, our agroforestry operation in PUTZ AGARWOOD FARM will combine these. Livestock like cattle dairy farm can also be raised on the land, Goat and Free Range Chickens. Having different types of plants and animals together can leverage several natural beneficial interactions, promoting a healthy ecosystem.

The presence of aquilaria trees can also help condition the soil and make it more suitable for other plants. Livestock can graze on smaller plants and find shelter under trees, while being raised for milk and meat production. There are countless interactions that can be taken into account when developing an agroforestry, like tall trees protecting smaller crops from flooding, strong wind and rain, and landslides. A row of tall Pili, Galo, Hagis and Almaciga trees can help block strong winds from damaging smaller crops like cacao, vanilla, corn and vegetables.

Theobroma Cacao is food of the gods – is a titan of health benefits, the likes of which humanity has never known. It is the profound medicine that scientists and researchers toll to discover. Many herbalists credit Theobroma for the beneficial effects of many traditional tonics made from this. Theobroma plays an important role in cardiovascular health.
Today chocolate is the ‘sweet snack of the people’ but many years ago, as a part of their rituals, Mayan and Aztec nobles drank their cocoa beans ground and brewed with chillies. This is where the Latin name Theobroma cacao, meaning ‘food of the gods’, comes from.

Agarwood is wood of the gods – extracted oil is a key ingredient in many mainstream luxury branded fragrances. The Oud content in each fragrance typically ranges from 0.6 to 8% depending on the strength of the Oud essence that the perfumer wishes to display within the character of the fragrance.
In addition to the fragrances listed, Oud is also used in literally 100’s of Middle Eastern ranges and bespoke fragrances; as a base note fragrance for candles, incense sticks, soaps and more recently face and body cream. It can also be used as a raw, undiluted oil and applied to the body daily.