Balsam Tolu Oil (Myroxylon Balsamum) :
Tolu balsam is non-fossil resin, commonly originates from South America (Peru, Colombia, and Venezuela). In acient times, these balsams were used to kill parasites and in cough syrups, but today it is used almost exclusively in topical applications.
Aromatically,Tolu Balsam has a mild but deep, rich aroma that is woody yet sweet with a vanilla and benzoin quality. It also possesses a very subtle hint of cinnamon. Peru Balsam contains constituents that are present in Benzoin and Cinnamon Essential Oil,
The oil widely used in Cosmetics, Perfumery, Toiletries & Aromatherapy Products.
- Botanical Name - Myroxylon Balsamum
- Method of Production - Steam Distillation
- Color and Appearance - Brownish mobile viscous liquid
- Odor - Typical balsamic, sweet & floral
- Odour - Strength Medium
- Grade - Cosmetic
- Blends well with - Hydroxycitronellol, Linalool, Sandalwood Oil, Bergamot Oil, Labdanum, Mimosa Absolute, Opoponax, Ylang Ylang etc
- Industrial destination - Fragrance Industry, Flavour Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry, Food Industry, Cosmetic Industry
- Country of Origin - India
- Application - It gives excellent effects in hyacinth, tuberose, honey suckle and numerous other sweet floral fragrances. In flavours it is Useful fixative for baked goods where the fixative effect protects the flavor from evaporating.