Name:  Amyris

Latin Name:  Amyris balsamifera

Origin:  Haiti

The Amyris bush is small bushy tree with white flowers.  The oil is viscous and has a musty, mild wood type scent. The oil is extracted by steam distillation from the bark.  Some call it West Indian Sandalwood, and it has been used as a less costly alternative to Sandalwood.
The bush was traditional used by fishermen to provide torch light, because of its high oil content.

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