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(syn. Amyris balmacifera L, West Indian Sandalwood oil, Sandalwood oil west indian (amyris balsamifera),west indian rosewood oil (amyris balsamifera , also commonly known as "BALSAM TORCHWOOD".)
Country of origin Haiti
Plant part used: Wood
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
Family : Rutaceae.
Apearance : pale yellow to brownish yellow clear viscous liquid
Perfumery Note : Bottom Note (Base Note)
Solubility : Soluble in Alcohols,Essential Oils and insoluble in water
Major Component: 10.10% elemol ,16.80% beta- eudesmol , 10.90% 10-epi-gamma- eudesmol , 22.10% valerianol
Aromatherapy Uses: Primarily , it is a perfumary raw material. On a paper scent strip, this scent may last for several months. Amyris oil also helps anchor top and middle notes for the purpose of perfume making.
Blending Property: Geranium oil, pine oil, spruce oil, cedar wood oil, myrrh oil, galbanum oil, frankincense oil, cypress oil, clove oil, aniseed oil, lemon oil, orange oil, cistus oil and rose absolute oil.
History:Therapeutically, amyris oil has historically been associated with antiseptics, wound cleaners, childbirth recovery, diarrhea and influenza. In 2006, a study titled "Adult Repellency and Larvicidal Activity of Five Plant Essential Oils Against Mosquitoes" was conducted by Junwei Zhu, Xiaopeng Zeng, YanMa, Ting Liu, Kuen Qian, Yuhua Han, Suqin Xue, Brad Tucker, Gretchen Schultz, Joel Coats, Wayne Rowley and Aijun Zhang. This study compared the repellency of 5 plant essential oils: thyme oil, catnip oil, amyris oil, eucalyptus oil, and cinnamon oil. 3 mosquito species were tested and "amyris oil demonstrated the greatest inhibitory effect"
Cautions: Avoid in Pregnancy , Used after consulting with Aromatherapist.