##The essential oil
has an almost terpenic, pine like
opening, and then transitions into a warm, kind of leathery scent
with hints of pepper, tar, coffee, light tobacco, etc, while not really smelling
any one of them. It also has a tiny hint of an animalic side to it.
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Secondly, what is labdanum used for?
Labdanum is used for bronchitis and other lung infections, diarrhea, water retention (edema), hernia, tumors, leprosy, and menstrual problems. It is also used for loosening chest congestion, preventing viral infections, emptying the bowels, and as a tonic and stimulant for the immune system.
In the overall, what is labdanum in perfume? Labdanum is a rich brown gum resin that's sourced from the cistus shrubs of the rockrose and much like its resinous cousins benzoin and myrrh, labdanum helps to extend and anchor the impact of more fleeting notes. ... A key ingredient in any amber based perfume, labdanum is a truly multifaceted thing.
So too, what does rock rose smell like?
The foliage and flowers are both fragrant, and basically smell of "amber", ie, sweet, woody, smoky, tobacco-like, incense-like, balsamic, resinous. The fragrance from the plant is heavenly for amber lovers!
Is cistus and Labdanum the same?
Synopsis ~ Labdanum and Cistus are not the same, but they come from the same plant and both have important use in perfumery – both with a luscious fragrant rich scent.
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Bring the water to a boil, stir the Labdanum and oil till the Labdanum is completely dissolved. Remove when you are satisfied the Labdanum will break down no further. Some people let this mix sit 4-6 weeks to extract all the fragrance compounds from the resin, others simply let it sediment well and pour off the liquid.
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