Nam Ob Thai
Nam Ob Thai is a perfumed water with a light yellow color. It’s widely used in Thai ceremonial practices. Nam ob Thai can be applied to the face and body to cool the skin and to mask body odors.
Nam Ob Thai plays an important role in Thai Buddhist ceremonies and is used to sprinkle on statues and devotees by monks or master. It is also used to bathe a statue or image of the Buddha, or of a revered monk, while accompanied by prayer, often done during Songkran (Thai New Year). Nam ob Thai can be given as an offering to monks, teachers, or to anyone who is respected.