Common name: Gum Elemi

    Latin name: Canarium luzonicum

    Botanical family: Burseraceae



    Botanical description: Pale yellow balsam, with some thick granular brown inclusions. Pepper dour, strong characteristic resin Elemi smell.

    Used part of the plant: Gum coming from natural exudation of Canarium luzonicum tree.
    Origin: South East of Asia.

    Properties and uses: Elemi is chiefly used in alcohol varnishes, plastic, glues, printing inks, fruit juices, tree mastics, waxes and perfumes.

    Packing: Packed in crates 40 kg.




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