|scotch pine needle oil yugoslavia
pinus sylvestris leaf oil yugoslavia
The Forest Pine or Norway Pine or Scotch Pine, the Pinus Sylvestris is widely grown all over Europe. This tree also grows in the Baltic states, in the U.S.S.R., central Europe, southern Europe, etc. Distillation is carried out in Austria U.S.S.R., Sweden, in Denmark and in Yugoslavia. The true oil is practically colorless, mobile and with a strong, turpentine type, balsamic pine odor. Its fresh topnote and the peculiar sweetness in this topnote are the main features of the oil. Apart from that, the oil of Pinus Sylvestris does not offer any outstanding or unusual effect in perfumery. Its use is confined to room fresheners, disinfectants, insecticides, soaps and detergents and vaporizer liquids. tsca definition 2008: extractives and their physically modified derivatives. pinus sylvestris, pinaceae.
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