GURJUN BALSAM

DIPTEROCARPUS TURBINATUS
 

 

Introduction

 

The crude oil collected fromgurjun tree (Popularly known as : KERUING TIMBER TREE Or Kayu Lagan) is naturally dark in appareance, hence known as gurjun dark. The crude oil can also be re-distilled to obtain gurjun light

Gurjun is primarily cultivated in the southeast asia region (Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo, the Philippines, Java, Bali, Lombok and Sumbawa). It is, however, important to note that the oils obtained from Gurjun trees in the the above listed countries have different constituents. The Indonesian variety of Gurjun oil has Alpha copaene (Min 40%) as it’s main component. The other quality from Malaysia/Vietnam/Cambodia is different as the main constituent is Gurjunene (Min 40%).



 

 

 

 

 


 

 

IPCGRADES OF GURJUN BALSAM - GURJUNENETDSSDS
GB-003 Gurjun Dark - Gurjunene
GB-004 Gurjun Light - Gurjunene
GB-005 Gurjunene 85%+