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    It has a weakly sweet smell and a moderately strange smokey quality to it. To me this oil is like a cross between the guaiacwood and vetiver. It is not as harsh as guaiacwood and might be easier to use.

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    Still for me it leans more to guaiacwood.

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    Amyris balsamifera, eo, Haiti: faint/weak woody smell, very dry, some balsamic qualities but un-sweet, rubber like undertones. Viscose but mobile, clear, not much color visible.
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    I had an essential oil called "sandalwood (amyris)" - is this the same thing? I really liked it: sweet but not sickly like benzoin, more of a "natural" sweetness.

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