Balsam, Peru Essential Oil: Aged for 3 years prior to selling to you, this essential oil improves with time, developing a richer, more dense sensual scent. This sweet, tobacco scent is reminiscent of a smoky vanilla. Though this essential oil smells delightful, it is considered a skin sensitizer (potentially causing allergies) so use sparingly in leave-on products. This blends well with Patchouli, Vanilla and Musk for a deeper richer scent. As an aromatherapy oil, Julia Lawless recommends it for Bronchitis, colds, coughing and the flu. This essential oil is kosher and lip balm safe at under .5% usage rate.
Distillation Method: High Vacuum Dry Distillation Country of Origin: El Salvador Botanical Name: Myroxylon Balsamum Part: Lacerated: Lacerated Wood
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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