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Amyris Haiti - Amyris balsamifera L., fam.

Citrus paradisii
Botanical name Amyris balsamifera L., fam.
Method of extraction   Steam distilled
Section of plant Wood
Family Rutaceae
Characteristics  A pale yellow, slightly viscous liquid with a musty, faintly woody scent. Also known as West Indian sandalwood. It is commonly used as a fixative.
Perfumery note  Base
Principal constituents Valerianol....................22.1%
β-Eudesmol....................16.8%
10-epi-gamma-Eudesmol....................10.9%
Elemol....................10.1%
Selin-5-en-7-ol....................6.4%
Zingiberene....................3.5%
Selina-3,7(11)-diene....................3.5%
ar-Curcumene....................3.1%
epi-alpha-Selinene....................3.1%
β-Bisabolene....................1.6%
α-Gurjunene....................1.0%
α-Agarofuran....................1.0%
β-Acoradiene....................1.0%
α-Agarofuran, dihydro....................0.8%
α-Acoradiene....................0.7%
γ-Monocyclonerolidol....................0.7%
α-Acorenol....................0.7%
(E)-Nerolidol....................0.5%
α-Agarofuran, 4-hydroxy-dihydro....................0.5%
Matching oils  Cypress, spikenard, sandalwood, cedarwood, rosewood, myrtle, jasmine, rose, chamomile, ylang ylang, lavender, frankincenses, myrrh, elemi, grapefruit, tea tree, eucalyptus, marjoram, melissa
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Product Code: EONAY Origin from: Haiti

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