In Central America, Copal resin has been extracted from the Bursera family of trees since the ancient era of the Aztec and Mayan people. This precious material, like its distant cousin incense, was collected in a maguey cactus leaf widely used during religious ceremonies, and even during their famous human sacrifices. Its unforgettable zesty, woody and amber fragrance recalls a unique historical heritage. Our responsible sourcing activity in Mexico enables us to offer the finest quality white Penca Copal resin.
Used part: resin
Origin: Mexico, Central America
Instructions of use:
As fumigation in an incense burner or on embers. As alcoholic macerate to produce tincture and use in perfumery.