a wood much revered by the Indigenous in South East Asia is now available to you
The scientific name for this tree is Cassia Fistula, and the common name is Golden Shower Tree.
There are many varieties of Cassia Fistula. There are the ones that are grown for the purpose of making traditional herbal medicines and this is used widely in India, China, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. The flowers, leaves, bark, and roots are harvested for this purpose.
The information that you are about to read is specific to the Raja Kayu trees and products that originate from the mountainous jungles in Perak, Malaysia. Only the trees' trunk and branches are collected for purpose of creating these products. The resin found in this part of the tree is the active ingredient.
About Raja Kayu
Raja Kayu or King of all woods, command its majestic power in the deep interior jungles of South East Asia. These trees grow up to higher than 35 feet in height in the jungles. The Malaysian indigenous or Orang Asli who live in the jungles have sound knowledge of trees that emanate ‘magical’ properties. To them, Raja Kayu, is the most powerful talisman they carry for protection to ward off negative energies, and to assist them in physical and spiritual healings. They depend on trees like Raja Kayu for their livelihood too.
How they are harvested
The indigenous wait till the limbs of the trees naturally fall to the ground. They would then pick up the fallen branches from the jungle floor, covered by leaves and other debris. They would next remove the bark and they are kept for personal use or sold to people outside the community. These trees are matured, hence their essence or purpose are fully realized.
The wood is used for many purposes by the indigenous and to name a few of them:
herbal medicine, ward off negative and dark energies, possess positive energy and expel negative forces, attract majestic luck in things they do, attract business, fortune and happiness, instill confidence and courage.
However, outside the indigenous community, they too have esoteric and medicinal uses.
How Raja Kayu help us:
In esoteric ways for our well being
In support of our health
Many place a piece of Raja Kayu in their purses, attach to mobile phones, or use as key chain charms. Bigger blocks of wood are placed in corners of rooms and near computers. The wood has a very high frequency force field that helps eliminate or transmute any inappropriate energies like radiation that are found in the vicinity and neutralize them. They are very grounding and expansive, both at the same time and hold a very high vibration. The powder form of Raja Kayu can be burn over a burner to help eliminate bacteria in the atmosphere.