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The story about Bint el Sudan’s factory in Kano, Nigeria

The story about Bint el Sudan’s factory in Kano, Nigeria

Created in 1920 at the request of 14 tribal chiefs of Sudan, imagined by the British adventurer Eric Ernest Burgess, consultant of the company WJ Bush & Co., the famous perfume Bint el-Sudan is now 100 years old and continues to grow. It is the best-selling perfume in the world. The story said tribal chiefs handed the English chemist a bunch of African herbs and asked him to make for them an alcohol-free perfume more suited to Muslims. Thus was born the legend Bint el-Sudan

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Publication on the Effectiveness of Transfluthrin‑coated Inflammable fumes Insecticide‑paper (Rambo™)


A 15-months community Randomized Controlled Trial was conducted with the aim of assessing effectiveness of Transfluthrin-Coated Inflammable-Fumes Insecticide-Paper (TCIP) [RamboTM] on indoor mosquitoes and malaria.

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ICID Rambo Magic Research

ICID Rambo Magic Research


The ICID Rambo Magic Research was presented at the International Congress on Infectious Diseases-Cape Town in April 2014 and the poster highlighted on the major research findings of Rambo clinical study. Also, an article in the Molecular Entomology Magazine about Rambo Magic Paper was published in 2016.

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Bint-El-Sudan – A Legendary African Fragrance

 Bint-El-Sudan – A Legendary African Fragrance

As Told By Nick Evans Of International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc., Bint el Sudan historically was one of the top-selling perfumes in the world; less than 20 years ago 11 million bottles per annum were coming out of Nigeria alone. its scent is all-pervasive within the African continent where its institutional weight and cultural influence can be compared to that of Chanel No.5 in the West…
Perfume is so much a part of the African way of life that Bint el Sudan was used whenever perfume or oil was, when required for custom, religion or hygiene purposes.

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