A tall tree reaching up to 180 feet (30 m), indigenous to the Philippines and the Molucca Islands. When the bark is incised it exudes a highly aromatic oleoresin (a gummy substance composed mainly of essential oil and resin). The substance is at first fluid and white, becoming waxy and yellow as it ages.
Steam distillation of the gummy exudate.
Nature of the Oil
A pale yellow or colourless liquid. The aroma is tenacious, dry and slightly spicy with a geranium-like overtone. The odour effect is warming and stimulating.
Muscular aches and pains, respiratory disorders, skin infections, aids healing of broken bones, nervous exhaustion.
Blends Well With
Citrus essences, coriander, frankincense, rosemary, lavender, cinnamon, clove, geranium. The oil is highly odoriferous, so use sparingly.
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Even though elemi is generally regarded as non-irritant and non-sensitising, the oil may cause contact dermatitis in hypersensitive individuals.
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