Gaharu Tea Valley

History of Gaharu Tea Valley

Today, with advanced communications, you only need to send a message on your mobile phone to instantly contact the other party. This convenience also makes modern people lose patience to some extent. At the same time, all kinds of attractive material or spiritual consumer products have sprung up, making it increasingly difficult to focus on a single dream. Businessmen often only look at the rewards when they do things, but a pair of Chinese father and son in Malaysia went the other way. Cross-border planting of organic agarwood with a payback period of more than 18 years is just for a nearly lost culture.

The story first began in 1992, when an old Japanese man, a destined person, held 200 agarwood seedlings to plant in Malaysia, but was rejected by many people. It takes more than 15 years for these 200 female seedlings to be planted into trees and then planted. The newly sown trees will have to wait another three years to make full use of herbal agarwood and tea. The long period of time is definitely impossible to make money. However, He Chuwei’s father, owner of Gaharu Tea Valley, finally agreed to all the harsh conditions.

In this era of commercialization of organic farming, it is more common to isolate the planting site from the surrounding environment to maintain the quality of the product. But from the very beginning, the Japanese old man said to founder, who had no experience in planting agarwood, “Look at how the forest survives and do it!” So the He family followed the natural ecosystem and added a lot of The earthworms raise birds and bees in the garden, and the ponds also raise fish, and then open an underground spring. Choose to mow the grass with a lawnmower. At that time, the idea of organically growing natural herbals was not yet known to the public in Southeast Asia, and even in Western countries.

For the Ho family, the most difficult thing encountered in the past 25 years of operation was that the land purchase loan in Malaysia was unable to be repaid during the Asian financial crisis in 1997. After negotiations with the bank, the plantation was closed for 10 years. At that time, the second-hand heavy machinery trading that founder had been engaged in was also affected by the economic downturn. In a difficult situation, the He family regarded the planting of precious agarwood as a mission given to their family by the heavens. During the plantation’s closure, more than 70 agarwood trees survived until 2007. Now there are 200,000 trees of Agarwood from Materia Medica. It can be seen that by determining the right direction, paying selflessly for the public, and adhering to faith, can the world continue the lost treasure house – The dream of Agarwood.

Source of Agarwood

Agarwood-also known as “Agarwood incense” “Agarwood incense”
Agarwood has been listed as the first among all incense since ancient times, and it is even more precious Chinese medicinal material
It is now listed as a world-protected plant and is also referred to as the diamond in the plant
Agarwood – used as medicine in historical medical books has been recorded for more than 3,000 years
It was recorded in ancient times, the Three Kingdoms, the Ming Dynasty, and the Qing Dynasty as an imperial medicine for the emperors
Ancient fragrance medicine treatment
Compendium of Materia Medica on Medical Books
With anti-toxic, avoiding evil, insect bait
From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine, it helps to promote qi, regulate qi and eliminate bad qi