copal resin

co·pal res·in

(kōpăl rĕzin)
Brittle natural resin with a melting range that exceeds 149 degrees C. When deposited as a film from an organic solvent, it is used in dentistry as a liner for a cavity preparation before the restoration is placed.
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One used copal resin, and the other pine resin; I chose to use jojoba oil for both.
I found that the copal resin wraps were stickier when cool than the pine resin wraps.
As long as you stick to the ratio of 2 parts beeswax to 1 part each copal resin and jojoba oil, you can scale the recipe.
The copal resin I bought came in lumps, and took closer to 2 hours to melt completely.
Copal resin contain agathic acid along with ris-communic acid, frans-communic acid, polycommunic acid, sandaracopimaric acid, agathalic acid, monomethyl ester of agathalic acid, agatholic acid, acetoxy agatholic acid [20].
Outside a troupe of feathered 'Aztec' dancers swirl and twirl into a trance as copal resin emits pungent smoke from small coal fires.
The Tzotzil Maya in Chiapas call copal resin bek'tal pom, or flesh incense, and its smoke they call "cigarettes of the gods." Copal, along with posol, tortillas, and honey wine, is served to propitiate the deities.