So refer to meeting in the nature siropoobraznye mixes of pithes with the radio oils, possessing generally strong, sometimes as a pleasant smell. In ontat with air and at long storage they harden and address in pithes that depends partly from uletuhivanija radio oil, partly from oxidation. make produts of a vegetative empire: they follow from trunks of some breeds of trees, or by itself, or through is artifiial the made uts, and also turn out boiling down and squeezing of known parts a plant. Aromati have appliation in perfumery and in the tehnis, many of them are used as well in mediine, in qualities of mediines. The most known the following: ) Canadian or Canadian terpentin, reeived from a balsam fur-tree (Abies balsamea), growing in Canada and Virginia ) kopajsky., xtrated from balsam trees (Copaifera multijuga, et. sorts of the same family), whih native land northern Brazil ) karpatsky from the Siberian edar growing also on Carpathians Mountains, in Hungary, Switzerland, Tirol, et. plaes ) rather valuable mekksky from a balsam tree (Balsamodendron gileadense), growing in Arabia and gypt ) peruviansky, white or dark olor, from Myroxylon sonsonatense in southern Ameria ) liquid stiraks from Liquidambar orientale in Virginia, prepares as well in ast Indies ) toluansky from balsam tree Myroxylon toluiferum, the ity of Tolu growing near laying nearby to Kartageny, in Colombia ) terpentin. Inorretly give the name to some artifiial strutures used during former times by greater honour as medial and salutary means, whih now on. h. Are left, here onern: May, sulfuri. (A solution of sulfur in linen oil), Gofmanovsky vital (onsisting of spirit and various radio oils), for wounds (from spirit, vinegar, timjannogo oils, mirry, et.). Rather see Wiesner, Rohstoffe des Pflanzenreihs (, Lejpts.), and also Kerl und Stohmann (Muspratt nykl. Handbuh d. tehn. Chemie ( izd. ).