Description of Guaiacwood Oil (CITES)

Distilled from the fragrant wood of the Bulnesia Sarmienti tree, Guaiacwood Oil has a dry and woody aroma, with a unique smokey nuance that is frequently utilized in its odor application. This oil’s peppery, sweet aroma also retains a powdery balsamic note that makes it especially popular in soaps, spice oils, and floral perfumes. The oil also has a somewhat rose-like, velvety aroma which can be highlighted in blends containing amyris, sandalwood, and rose de mai absolute.

Aroma & Flavor of Guaiacwood Oil (CITES)

Sweet and dry, with a woody and powdery aroma. Also maintains a spicy, somewhat balsamic odor with oriental nuances reminiscent of rose and tea.

Botanical Name of Guaiacwood Oil (CITES)

Bulnesia sarmienti lorentz ex. griseb

Appearance of Guaiacwood Oil (CITES)

Pale Yellow-Amber Viscous Semi-Solid







EXTRACTION method of Guaiacwood Oil (CITES)


Physical Properties of Guaiacwood Oil (CITES)

Dark yellow viscous oil

Refractive Index of Guaiacwood Oil (CITES)

1.4930 - 1.5130 @ 20C

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