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Storax from red gum.

Storax from red gum.

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Published by Forest Products Laboratory, U.S. Forest Service in Madison, Wis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sweetgum.,
  • Gums and resins.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesTechnical note -- no. 231., Technical note (Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)) -- no. 231.
    ContributionsForest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16126394M

      The heartwood and sapwood of sweet gum are marketed separately. Sweet gum heartwood is often called gum, bilsted, American red gum, and satin walnut. The sapwood goes by the names sap gum, and hazel pine -- although this name is also thought to be misleading. American red gum yields a cream colored sapwood, sold as sap gum. Sweet gum is a deciduous, forest-dwelling tree, growing as high as feet, the tree is covered with rough, gray bark; but the branchlets are reddish-brown and often have corky ridges. When cut, it exudes a sticky, resinous gum or balsam.

    Storax Incense Apart from storax incense, storax incense sticks and other storax incense products the storax is also used for making storax resin, storax perfumes and storax essential oils. Storax is an aromatic gum resin exuded from the flowering plants of Liquidambar, which belongs to the family of family Altingiaceae. Preparation: Syrup of Sweet-Gum Related entry: Styrax (U. S. P.)—Storax The balsamic exudate, or concrete juice of Liquidambar styraciflua, Linné. Nat. Ord.—Hamamelaceae. COMMON NAMES: (Tree) Sweet-gum, tree, Bilsted, Copalm; (Gum) Sweet-gum, Gum wax. Botanical Source.—The sweet-gum tree attains the height of 50 to 60 feet, with a diameter of .

    Storax is a thick, grayish brown, opaque liquid with a pleasant fragrance. It is soluble in alcohol and consists of resin alcohols, esters, cinnamic acid, vanillin, and styrene. Storax is used in medical practice (as an antiseptic and inhalation), in perfumery, and in soap production. Stacte is probably the gum storax, which is the produce of the styrax officinalis, a tree common in Syria and Palestine. It burns readily, and emits much smoke (Herod. iii. ). Onycha is thought to be the "claw" or operculum of the unguis odoratus, or blatta Byzantina, a sort of shell-fish common in the Red Sea. This "claw" produces, when.


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Other Scholarly Content Storax from red gum. Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to. Other Scholarly Content "American storax" from the red gum tree Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to. Storax or Liquidamber spp. Is used as flavors, fragrances, and in pharmaceuticals called Friars Balsam as it has many uses.

[Friars Balsam is a combination of Benzoin, Storax and Aloes] American Storax resin (Liquidambar styraciflua) has also been chewed like gum to freshen breath and clean teeth. Storax is obtained by scoring the bark of the tree.

The damage causes the wood and inner bark to produce storax. The inner bark is boiled in water and then pressed in cold water to obtain the storax. People take storax for cancer, coughs, colds, stomach pain, diarrhea, epilepsy, sore throats, bronchitis.

Find patient medical information for Gum Mastic-Storax-Methylsalicylate-Alcohol on WebMD including its uses, side effects and safety, interactions, pictures, warnings and user ratings.

This substance was a sweet oleo-resin and is also known as Jewish frankincense, red storax, or sweet storax. Although botanists seem certain of the identification of ancient storax with Styrax officinalis, for some unknown reason, the present-day.

Dosage 10 to 20 grains. Adulterations, Substitutes, Allied BalsamsL. styraciflua, or Sweet Gum, the American variety, is sometimes confused because its product, obtained by spontaneous exudation, is often called Liquidambar, as well as Liquid Storax or copalm balsam.

Threatened Species Alert: The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species now includes the two principal storax species. See Cropwatch and IUCN.

orientalis = "Vulnerable" In Turkey the Liquidambar forests have been reduced from 63 km² to km² since American sweetgum / American storax / hazel pine / bilsted / redgum close up of immature fruit.

Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images. In February Morris Gleitzman was named the Australian Children's Laureate for The American sweetgum (liquidambar styraciflua) is also commonly referred to as the sweet-gum, alligator-wood, red-gum, satin-walnut, and star-leaved gum and is a deciduous tree that is native to eastern North sweetgum is one of the most commonly found hardwoods and is popular for its stunning autumn colors.

The sweetgum is a medium to large sized tree that. Storax is an oily resin (balsam) obtained from the tree trunks of Liquidambar orientalis (Levant storax) or Liquidambar styraciflua (American storax).

It is used as medicine. Storax is obtained by scoring the bark of the tree in early summer and stripping the bark later, perhaps as late as autumn.

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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STORAX (LIQUIDAMBER) AND STYRAX (BENZOIN) by catherine yronwode and Carroll "Poke" Runyon. This discussion of the herbal resins Styrax and Storax, and their uses in Hermetic Thelema magick and in hoodoo rootwork folk magic was originally posted to usenet in It is quoted here by permission of the authors.

Storax Essential Oil is a hard-to-find specialty oil. It is one of the oldest plant materials used to make incense.

Storax does have medicinal properties in healing stress related diseases and anxiety. It may have properties that help women regulate their cycle.

American sweetgum, also known as American storax, hazel pine, bilsted, redgum, satin-walnut, star-leaved gum, alligatorwood, or simply sweetgum, is a deciduous tree in the genus Liquidambar native to warm temperate areas of eastern North America and tropical montane regions of Mexico and Central America.

Sweet gum is one of the main valuable forest trees in Family: Altingiaceae. Storax incense powder, 1oz fragrant styrax benzoin resin for ritual use and offering, Hellenism, Hellenic Polytheism, Orphic incense TheHellenicHandmaid 5 out of 5 stars () $ Liquidambar styraciflua - American Sweetgum, Alligator Wood, American Storax, Bilsted, Red Gum, Satin Walnut, Star-leaved Gum, ליקווידמבר ליבני: The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens.

Storax is considered to be similar to Peru balsam in its effects. People take storax for cancer, coughs, colds, diarrhea, epilepsy, sore throats, and parasitic infections. Storax is sometimes applied directly to the skin to protect wounds, or to treat ulcers and scabies.

Storax is an ingredient in Compound Benzoin Tincture. Incense: From Papyri to Grimoires. A Knowledge Paper on Incense by Ioannis Marathakis for SOL When I was a boy, obsessed with Egypt as I was, I came across a book named “On Isis and Osiris.” Red storax: Interestingly, in the latest Grimoires there is notably less tendency to classify incenses.

Authors either always give the same mixture. RedShelf Responds. Providing you simple, free access to eBooks during complicated times. To ensure that all students have access to their course materials amidst the COVID outbreak, we're partnering with the publishing community to provide you with up to 7 free eBooks from participating publishers.storax gum (liquidambar orientalis) FDA: No longer provide for the use of these seven synthetic flavoring substances: FDA Mainterm (SATF): ; STORAX (LIQUIDAMBAR SPP.) FDA Regulation: FDA PART -- FOOD ADDITIVES PERMITTED FOR DIRECT ADDITION TO FOOD FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION Subpart F--Flavoring Agents and .Storax (Styrax officinalis), the Hebrew word 'nataf'- נטף.

Nataf /'stacte' is a synonym of tzori (means 'a liquid drop) - its gum is obtained by making incisions in the stems and branches and the spice Stacte is used in the holy incense: Exodus