Gurjum Balsam (Dipterocarpus)

Moss, woody-cedar.

Source

The trees producing gurjum balsam grow wild all over Southeast Asia, particularly in Malasia.

Extraction Method

Gurjum balsam is a natural resin discharged from trees of the dipterocarpus species. The resin flows from the trunks of cut or pierced trees. The essence is sometimes obtained through steam distillation of the balsam or purified using another method, but in general, it is used in its raw state.

Uses

It is rarely used in perfumery and then only as a fixative.

L'Autre Ôud
Noir Premier - Elégance Animale
Oudh al Mubakkar

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