Agar Plant known by its scientific name Aquilaria Malaccensis Lam and English name Aloewood, Eaglewood, Agarwood is a medicinal plant- parts used are wood and oil. It is found in Bengal and North-eastern states of India, namely Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland. This plant has two varieties: ‘Jati Sanchi’ and ‘Bohla Sanchi’. ‘Jati Sanchi’ is preferred for commercial cultivation. The wood of the plant is used as tonic in diarrhoea, aphrodisiac, heart related ailments, impotence and urine related disorders, also used in skin related ailments like wounds, injuries, pain. The plant acts as anti-inflammatory and helps in stimulating nervous system, antiparalysis. Climatic and soil quality requirements for Agar is high rainfall with low temperature from 20C- 28C and humidity of 80% and grows over sandy loam and slightly acidic soils.