Definition of Gum labdanum
1. Noun. A dark brown to greenish oleoresin that has a fragrant odor and is used as a fixative in perfumes; obtained as a juice from certain rockroses.
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Literary usage of Gum labdanum
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1. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1877)
"gum labdanum.—X. Landerer states that -this gum is often sophisticated during the melting process with olibanum, ..."
2. The Family Herbal,: Or An Account of All Those English Plants, which are by John Hill (1812)
"The gum labdanum is procured from this shrub, and is its only produce used in medicine. This is an exudation discharged froin the leaves in the manner of ..."