balsamifera ssp trichocarpa, is a somewhat perennial tree from Canada, whose
balsam (a term used for various pleasantly scented plant products that are a
oily or gummy oleoresin usually containing benzoic acid or cinnamic acid),
flows spontaneously or by incision from this poplar tree. The Catholic Church
often mixes balsams with olive oil as anointing oil. The poplar balsam is
collected and solvent-extracted to make this alcohol soluble substance whose
scent is woody, floral and spicy.
balsamifera; Populus candicans; Populus tacamahaca, Canada – wild-crafted and
steam-distilled from buds and stems, the aroma is woody, spicy fruity and sweet
and it blends with the azulene oils, helichrysum, and florals. This resin can
be used in any product where you need an analgesic, antiinflammatory,
antiseptic, antioxidant and antiallergic addition.
Prima Fleur's Poplar Balsam Absolute [No. 336] is wild-crafted from the resin. To create a spicy perfume, combine poplar balsam with: amyris 14 drops, honey 6 drops, all spice 2 drops, a heart of vanilla and benzoin drops, poplar balsam 5 drops, birch 2 drops, and 6 drops of labdanum or vetivert; dilute with a floral alcohol.
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