MOSTRAR BARRA LATERAL
Galbanum in perfumery

Where does galbanum come from?

Galbanum is a plant that is also called gummy ferrule. It is a perennial herb with long taproots measuring about 1 m. Thus, the galbanum forms a kind of large bush. This one is embellished with hermaphroditic yellow flowers and with a very unpleasant smell. The latter are polonized by flies and particularly like heat. This is why the galbanum grows in the desert and mountainous regions of the globe. It is notably one of the stars of Iran and has been used since ancient times. Indeed, at the time of Ancient Egypt, galbanum was already recognized for its antispasmodic, expectorant, stimulating and carminative properties. Likewise, today its essential oil is still used in aromatherapy.It is particularly renowned for its toning and anti-fatigue action. As such, it is regularly used by massage institutes and also helps relaxation and good breathing. In addition, it would regulate the menstrual cycle of women and relieve insufficient or painful periods. Finally, there are many disinfectants that contain it. Galbanum acts as an anti-infectious and antibacterial agent. It thus helps to cleanse wounds and prevents the appearance of possible abscesses. For a little and the galbanum would almost become a miraculous product!it would regulate the menstrual cycle of the women and would relieve the insufficient or painful rules. Finally, there are many disinfectants that contain it. Galbanum acts as an anti-infectious and antibacterial agent. It thus helps to cleanse wounds and prevents the appearance of possible abscesses. For a little and the galbanum would almost become a miraculous product!it would regulate the menstrual cycle of the women and would relieve the insufficient or painful rules. Finally, there are many disinfectants that contain it. Galbanum acts as an anti-infectious and antibacterial agent. It thus helps to cleanse wounds and prevents the appearance of possible abscesses. For a little and the galbanum would almost become a miraculous product!

Obtaining the smell of galbanum

You will understand that when we talk about perfumes based on galbanum, it is not that of its flowers. In fact, two parts of this plant are used and are used to make perfumes or incense. Galbanum roots produce a kind of resin through a simple incision. The latter release a very odorous milky white liquid. Likewise, the leaves of galbanum reveal a rather strong odor of anise. In general, the use of galbanum requires a perfect mastery of perfumery. Indeed, its dosage must be very precise, otherwise it can quickly become unpleasant.

Galbanum is today considered to be a benchmark scent, especially when you want to build a green note. This particularly powerful material brings freshness and liveliness to the perfumes which contain it. Likewise, it instantly provides a multi-faceted trail, both spicy and green, reminiscent of foliage or the forest.

Deixe um comentário

Os comentários devem ser aprovados antes de serem publicados