galbanum


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galbanum

(găl′bə-nəm, gôl′-)
n.
A bitter, aromatic gum resin extracted from a southwest Asian plant (Ferula gummosa syn. F. galbaniflua) in the parsley family, used in incense and in traditional medicine.
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There is one, however, which actually promotes digestion; it is composed of poppy tears and galbanum, 4 grms.
Galbanum (Eerula gummosa) was esteemed for its medicinal and spiritual properties.
Also, placing galbanum crop(whose extract is beneficial in pest control) in the irrigating path of the garden for repelling mice [7] is usual or for fertilizing soils, some farmers of Qom province use burnt appropriate soils as a non-chemical fertilizers [6].
Verdant--An innovative yet surprisingly sensual green theme that brings together "verdant," lush, aromatic notes of galbanum, privet and green tea with fresh-cut grasses, herbals and aquatics.
The top notes of the fragrance comprise Italian lemons and bergamot combined with galbanum.
Gomorresina aromatica de color gris amarillento o blanquecino, untuosa, amarga al gusto, y desagradable al olfato que se saca de la incision de una planta que nace en Siria y que tiene el mismo nombre Galbanum.
Concocted by Givau-dan's Daniela Andrier, Untitled has top notes of galbanum essence and orange blossom absolute; a heart of lentiscus, jasmine and galbanum resinoid and a dry-down of incense and musk.
Their Call It A Night sleep-priming body lotion (pounds 18, Frasers) contains nature's soothing night clones of vanilla, cinnamon, bark, galbanum, valerian and orange bitter.
A few such oils were frankincense, myrrh, galbanum, cinnamon, cassia, rosemary, hyssop and spikenard.
Verdant: Lush, aromatic notes of galbanum, privet and green tea with fresh-cut grasses, herbals and aquatics.