Is a non-fossil resin that is created by tapping the trunks of various evergreen trees in Central and South America. An essential oil is distilled out of the resin, which is utilized for aromatherapy and healing purposes, with the initial resin being widely used as an additive in cough syrups. In modern times, it’s more commonly used by the niche perfumery industry, with the prevalence of the substance experiencing a rapid rise in popularity. It is marveled for its strong, almost spicy scent, which is carried by a mellow, warm and velvet-like aroma. The scent profile is most akin to a combination between cinnamon and vanilla, featuring hints of floral that resonate through the aroma ever so slightly.