BeesWax Absolute Extra

BeesWax Absolute Extra
Country of Origin: France
Botanical Name:Apis mellifera L.)
Method of Extraction: Ethanol / oil solvents
Material Used: extraction from honeycomb (Apis mellifera L.)
 
CAS Number: 8012-89-3
Flash Point: > 100 C (closed cup)

Color: Brownish red to greenish brown thick mass
Odor: Sweet, honey characteristic
Uses: Perfume & Cosmetics

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Beeswax Absolute ~ 

According to Arctander :
You can distinguish one beeswax from the other because a characteristic odor is left in the wax (similar to the 'brand' of special flavor imparted to various sorts of honey) according to where it has been harvested, and from what kind of flowers the bees have collected their nectar.

Beeswax Absolute is a solid, waxy mass of pale yellow color and a very mild, sweet, oily odor, with a haylike or coumarinic bodynote and a soft waxy undertone. The odor is reminiscent of good (not harsh) linseed oil with a trace of honey notes.

Note:
Obviously, the odor of Beeswax Absolute is strongly dependent upon the origin of the beeswax.

Caution:
External use only.
Do NOT use undiluted on the skin.
Store away from children and pets.

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Country of Origin: South Africa
Method of Extraction: Alcohol Extraction of the Clary sage concrete
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Flash Point (Closed cup): 94 degrees C

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Country of Origin: France
Method of Cultivation: conventional
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