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  Wholesale Essential Oils, Absolutes, CO2 Extracts (Labdanum - Lotus) by Eden Botanicals
Labdanum is also known as the Rose of Sharon and is mentioned in the Bible in several locations.
Labdanum Gum is a solid, resinous, gummy substance that is collected from rock rose plants on the hot, dry hillsides of the Mediterranean.
Labdanum Gum is very similar to Labdanum Absolute except that it is less refined (it is closer to its natural state).
www.edenbotanicals.com /essentials5.html   (1988 words)

 Labdanum Resin - per oz.
Labdanum originates from the rockrose bush, which emits a resinous dark brown mass from its leaves and twigs.
The Japanese use Labdanum in their Neriko mixtures, which are used during tea ceremony.
Labdanum is an excellent medium for making fragrant incense pellets.
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 Althaea Officinalis: Mallowdrama
Labdanum - Cistus Ladanifer - Resin of RockRose
Labdanum is a distillate of the resin of this plant, whereas Cistus is distilled from the leaves and stems of the plant.
Traditionally, labdanum resin was gathered by running goats through the rockroses and then gathering the resinous droplets from their wool.
blogs.salon.com /0003222/2006/01/09.html   (533 words)

 Labdanum Absolute Oil - Essential oils by Essential7.com
Labdanum gum, a dark brown solid mass, is a natural oleoresin obtained by boiling the plant material in water.
Labdanum is extracted by solvent extraction from the crude gum, the absolute, or from the leaves and twigs of the plant directly.
Labdanum absolute oil, istus ladanifer, blends well with the following essential oils: oakmoss, clary sage, pine, juniperberry, calamus, opopanax, lavender, lavandin, bergamot, cypress, vetiver, sandalwood, patchouli, olibanum, chamomile and oriental bases.
www.essential7.com /essentialoils/labdanum.html   (468 words)

 Essential oils
In ancient Egypt, the false goat-hair beards of the pharaohs were impregnated with labdanum to surround these men with an impressive aura of distinction.
The Cypriotes mixed labdanum with styrax and calmus oil, thereby creating an early masterpiece of perfumery.
Today the crude Labdanum gum-resin is obtained by treating the cut plants with hot alkaline water to catch all the surface waxes, resinous matter and oily parts from the plants.
www.bojensen.net /EssentialOilsEng/EssentialOils15/EssentialOils15.htm   (633 words)

 Labadanum Cistus landaniferus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cistus is a rare or precious oil distilled from the flowers and leaves, while labdanum is made from the crude gum of the plant.
There is also a concrete and absolute made from the twigs and leaves, which is dissolved in a solvent (such as hexane), then vacuum extracted and thinned with alcohol.
You will also find a labdanum, sometimes referred to as cistus, which is steam distilled from the leaves and twigs.
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 Labdanum - Kathi Keville and Mindy Green - HealthWorld Online
Extraction: Leaves and twigs are boiled and the resin skimmed off, then aged to produce resinoid and absolute with a warm, spicy, balsamic odor.
Medicinal Action: Labdanum is a nervous-system sedative, used in the treatment of rheumatism, colds, coughs, menstrual problems, cystitis and hemorrhoids.
Emotional Attribute: Labdanum is both emotionally elevating and grounding.
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 Mountain Valley Views Summer 1998 Rockroses
Indeed, he writes that the word myrrh was probably a mistranslation and should have been translated ladanum, what today we call labdanum (a word that refers to the cistus extract).
And, even though the name labdanum derives from the Crimson Spot Rockrose (Cistus ladanifer), this Rockrose is not native to the Holy Land, but to Southern Europe and some of the islands of the Mediterranean.
When labdanum resin or leaves and twigs are steam distilled, a dark yellow oil is produced that is used in flavoring baked goods, gum and candy, and in laundry products and cleaners.
www.mountainvalleygrowers.com /Rockrosemvv798.htm   (1733 words)

 Perfume, perfume discount encyclopedia
Two leaves essential to the perfumer are labdanum and patchouli.
Labdanum is a sweet, sticky substance exuded from the leaves and twigs of a species of rose.
It is found in Crete, Cypress, and other Mediterranean regions of Spain and Morocco, and is valued as a fixative.
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 Althaea Officinalis: Mallowdrama
It's a fairly well-known fact that the odor of violets can only register in our scent receptors for a fleeting moment, and then it goes away for a while before coming back again.
But today, with 11 different test strips sporting various labdanum combinations, I thought I could sit down in one place, as with the rue, and just sniff them each and report my impressions.
This makes it hard to sniff the "control" (labdanum only) strip, then sniff the compound strip, and compare them.
blogs.salon.com /0003222/2006/01/11.html   (218 words)

 Welcome to Bible Fragrances -- Labdanum
A highly pungent gum-resin, secreted by the lower part of the leaves of the Cistus ladanifer, a small bush with hardy, contrasting leaves which thrives in dry, sunny woods in Mediterranean regions.
Herodotus and Pliny report that labdanum was collected by combing the beards of goats, which were impregnated with the substance.
Another technique, in use as late as the 18th century, consisted of brushing young cistus bushes with a kind of whip, consisting of leather thongs which, once covered with resin, were scraped.
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 Definition of labdanum - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
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 Cistus Labdanum
Cistus Labdanum Essential Oil For your aromatherapy needs.
by Garden Essence - Cistus ladaniferus also known as Labdanum - France - to promote menstruation; It is also said to be useful for scrofulous skin conditions, ulcers and tumors, including cancers.
Some historical uses: Warming, increases circulation, calming, stress, sleep, mood uplifting, euphoric, meditation, loosens tight muscles, fixative to hold scent of a fragrance.
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 Fragrance Review: Donna Karan Essence Collection - Lavender, Jasmine, Wenge and Labdanum :: Bois de Jasmin   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Besides Jasmine, its other successful partner is Labdanum, the honeyed element of which harmonizes with the sweetness of Wenge, while the balsamic darkness tempers the rich quality of the pairing.
While the process of considering various layering options is appealing, it also means incurring a rather high expense ($165 and $90 for the EDT and the oil, respectively), and in all fairness, I find it difficult to justify for myself.
T, labdanum is a great note, and you realize how excellently its balsamic and honeyed tobacco redolent darkness works with cool and crisp lavender.
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 Paghat's Garden: Cistus ladanifer maculatus
Its long slender leaves, green with greyish undersides, are fragrant in summer, being a major source of redolent essential oils, leaf distillates, & a resin called gum labdanum, used for perfumed products & flavoring.
Labdanum was formerly believed to have healing properties for treatment of flu, arthritis, & bronchial infections.
So too, because it was a source of medicinal Labdanum, it has been associated with Jeremiah's Balm of Gilead.
www.paghat.com /cistuscrimsonspot.html   (365 words)

 Labdanum (Rock Rose)
Labdanum is a rare resin which comes from the Rock Rose bush.
Labdanum is used in perfumery and makes for a wonderful rare incense.
Labdanum resin will always remain soft and sticky, so we sell it in small glass jars.
www.somaluna.com /product.asp?p=144&m=24   (82 words)

 Aromascope » Donna Karan Labdanum and Wenge
As stated earlier, Labdanum is my favorite summer incense, and Wenge is now my favorite summer woods.
The overall effect is reminiscent of Donna Karan Black Cashmere minus all the heavy spices (clove, nutmeg, pimento, patchouli).
The wenge and labdanum is perfect, and interestingly, I don’t find it too much even in our horrendous heat right now.
www.aromascope.com /wp/2006/06/20/donna-karan-labdanum-and-wenge   (343 words)

 Ciste - Wikipédia
Ses feuilles produisent une gomme (le labdanum) utilisée notamment en parfumerie.
De cette gomme, on extrait le résinoïde labdanum à l'aide d'éthanol.
Le labdanum peut aussi être utilisé en médecine, grâce à ses propriétés hémostatiques, cicatrisantes et antirides.
fr.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ciste   (470 words)

 Labdanum - OneLook Dictionary Search
labdanum : Encarta® World English Dictionary, North American Edition [home, info]
Labdanum : Online Plain Text English Dictionary [home, info]
Words similar to Labdanum: ladanum, gum labdanum, more...
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 Donna Karan Essence: Labdanum by Donna Karan (2005) - Basenotes Fragrance Directory
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 Soapmaking and Toiletry Supplies   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Native to the Mediterranean region, labdanum or rock rose is a small sticky shrub with lanceolate leaves and fragrant white flowers.
Labdanum gum is obtained by boiling the plant material in water.
EXTRACTION: steam distillation from the leaves and twigs.
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 Lavonax from International Flavors & Fragrances   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Opoponax, labdanum and myrrh with a balsamic characteristic and herbal, lavender nuances.
Useful for its non-discoloring resinous notes which provide a modern twist to herbal fragrances.
All products are supplied subject to our Standard Conditions of Sale in force at the relevant time.
www.iff.com /Ingredients.nsf/0/141BD594A68D38AD802569930039E0CC   (125 words)

 cistus essential oil(labdanum) from Augustus
Cistus oil (aka labdanum oil) is steam distilled from the crude gum labdanum or directly from the leaves, twigs and flowering tops of the plant cistus ladaniferus.
The essential oil is an amber to pale orange liquid with a dry, woody musky odour.
It is used extensively in oriental style perfumes and can be found adding flavour to food, alcoholic and soft drinks.
www.augustus-oils.ltd.uk /products/cistus.htm   (116 words)

 Pure essential oil descriptions and uses, from Nature's Gift
I would never use the Absolute for the physical effects of good Cistus oils, the lymphatic drainage and detoxifying effects, but its aroma suggests to me that perhaps it might have the emotional effects of a wonderful Cistus oil.
Labdanum is a key ingredient in Amber blends, and in many Oriental perfume blends.
The aroma seems to take them to other places in their mind, and later they crave the smell of it.
www.naturesgift.com /essential/descriptionh-l.htm   (8344 words)

 Breast Balm at Isabella
As a breast cancer survivor of three years, I cannot encourage you enough to take matters into your own hands (literally!) and get to know your breasts (in addition to getting regular medical exams).
To inspire you, we're offering my favorite breast balm, made with a blend of sweet almond oil, wildcrafted Lady's Mantle, beeswax, vitamin E, and pure essential oils of rose geranium, labdanum and rose otto, a formula designed to tone and rejuvenate our breasts.
We offer it in hopes that it will help empower you to connect with your breasts and to celebrate them for the nurturing and pleasure-giving miracles they are.
www.isabellacatalog.com /11167.cfm   (329 words)

 Botany Photo of the Day: Cistus ladanifer
The Mediterranean Garden Society has an excellent account for Cistus ladanifer, so I do recommend you visit the site – it includes details on how the gum or resin from this species, labdanum, has been used in the perfume industry since ancient times.
It was collected by the shepherds and sold to coastal traders.
The false beards worn by the pharaohs of ancient Egypt were actually the labdanum soaked hair of these goats.
www.ubcbotanicalgarden.org /potd/2006/05/cistus_ladanifer.php   (516 words)

 Labdanum 20g
Kurzbeschreibung: Auf Zypern, der Insel der Aphrodite, war Labdanum der Liebesgöttin geweiht.
Auf Zypern, der Insel der Aphrodite, war Labdanum der Liebesgöttin geweiht.
Labdanum ist eine dunkelbraune bis schwarze klebrige Masse, die einen angenehmen, kräuterigen, vanilleartigen Duft verströmt. Beim Räuchern überwiegt der Duft nach frischen Kräutern.
www.dragonspice.de /harze/labdanum.html   (123 words)

 labdanum absolute resinoid * 8016-26-0   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It appears under a wealth of trade names, etc. and in an equally large variety of colors, qualities, viscosities, etc. The direct alcohol extract from labdanum gum surpasses the above product in popularity.
Labdanum Absolute from Resinoid is prepared from Labdanum Resinoid by alcohol extraction.
The general application of Labdanum Absolute from Resinoid is similar to that of the resinoid itself.
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 Amazon.com: labdanum   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Probably to be identified with labdanum, an aromatic gum (see Ps...
tiny quantities of civet, vanilla, labdanum, and cypress-only then did it...
of these oils - linden, labdanum, and yarrow - are rare,...
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 Alchemy Works Resins and Compounded Incense for Witchcraft and Ritual Magick
Wine is also Venus, although you might consider it Dionysian.
When working with labdanum, heating it slightly will make it runny, and you can also try pouring it onto wax paper and putting it into the freezer.
To get labdanum or storax off your hands, try Orange Goop.
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 Cistus Labdanum Organic Essential Oil 10ml. (1/3oz.)
The balsams are most commonly used in the"background"of an Aromatherapy blend, as in Aromaland's Meditation and Buddha Blends, which are wonderful diffuser oils!
How about serving Greek appetizers with Retsina and Ouzo at your next party, all the while diffusing Cistus Labdanum is in the aromalamp for memories of the Mediterranean?
Add to a bath, if you like accompanied by Rose or Lavender Essential Oil, mixing the oils with Aromaland's Coconut Emulsifier or some Half & Half prior to blending it with the water (in order to prevent the oils from floating on the surface).
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