Ladanum

Lad'a·num noun [ Latin ladanum , ledanum , Greek la`danon , lh`danon , from lh^don name of a shrub, mastic; confer Persian lādan , lāden . Confer Laudanum .] A gum resin gathered from certain Oriental species of C...
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Ladanum

• (n.) A gum resin gathered from certain Oriental species of Cistus. It has a pungent odor and is chiefly used in making plasters, and for fumigation.
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Ladanum

Ladanum is a fragrant resinous gum which exudes from plants of the genus Cistus, such as the Cistus creticus. It is obtained chiefly in Crete, Cyprus, and certain parts of Asia Minor, and is highly prized in the East, where it is rolled into small balls to scent the hands.
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Ladanum

Ladanum (labdanum) is a gum resin extracted from plants of the genus Cistus and used in perfume.
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