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J ~ Nutmegs, Vanilla, Cloves, Ginger, Anise, Amhrette, Thyrrle, 54 THE MOST USUAL PERFUlIES. OF A:NIMAL ORIGIN. r- "----~ OF VEGE'l'ABLE ORIGIN. J--. Sandal wood, Aloes" Cedar H Sassafras" Ceylon Cillnaluon, Cassia, Lemon Peel, Orange Peel, Bergamot, Snchet Root, -----~ Origanuul, La vander, Cardamonl, Angelica, Rose, Helio trope, Jasmine, I~i1y, TnLerose, Rue, Calamus Aromaticus, etc. etc. jfus7~. deer, found in China, Tonquin, rrhibet, and Tartary. l\'Iusk is o~e of the strongest odoriferous substances; it is very lasting; its odor adheres to all the substances around it.
Gilead, MECCA BALSAM (or Judea). It is a resin which exudes from THE MOST USUAL PERFUl\IES. 71 a tree growing in Arabia the Happy. The true Mecca balsam, which is very rare, is limpid and whitish, acrid, aromatic, apd velY penetrating. -A balsamic resin, obtained by the decoction of branches and leaves of the jfyroxylon peruiferum, which grows in the warmest parts of South America, principally in Peru. I t is transparent, of a consistency si milar to that of boiled syrup. Its color is of a very dark reddish-brown; its odor agreeable and penetrating.
At the ordinary temperature the air is without action on them. They are insol~ble in ,vater, sol uble in alcohol, ether, fixed and vo1atile oils. There exist remarkable differences in the resins, according to their origin. They may be divided into three classes, viz: the liq uid, solid, and gummy resins. They are also distinguished as natural and artificial. Many of. them exude from the trunks and branches of trees. L£qu£d resins are excretive products of vegetables of an inflammable nature, having a con- THE MOST USUAL PERFUl\IES.
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