Balsams, tolu - CAS 9000-64-0
Catalog number: 9000-64-0
Category: Main Product
Molecular Formula:
CAS: 9000-64-0
Molecular Weight:
0
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Purity:
95%
Synonyms:
FEMA 3069; FEMA 3070; BALSAM TOLU; TOLU BALSAM; TOLU BALSAM ABSOLUTE; TOLU BALSAM ALVA ESSENCE; TOLU BALSAM EXTRACT; TOLU BALSAM FLUID EXTRACT
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1.Balsam-related systemic contact dermatitis.
Salam TN1, Fowler JF Jr. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2001 Sep;45(3):377-81.
BACKGROUND: Positive patch tests to balsam of Peru (BOP) or fragrance mix (FM) suggest the possibility of systemic contact dermatitis from balsam-related foods and spices.
2.Proceedings: An evaluation of tolu balsam by gas-liquid chromatography.
Harkiss KJ, Linley PA. J Pharm Pharmacol. 1973 Dec;25:Suppl:146P.
3.Basics of compounding with balsams.
Allen LV Jr1. Int J Pharm Compd. 2013 Nov-Dec;17(6):490-5.
Balsams have been used in pharmacy for centuries for many different purposes. Balsams include benzoin, Peruvian balsam, storax, and tolu balsam. Balsams are aromatic and usually oily resinous substances flowing from various plants and generally containing some amount of benzoic or cinnamic acid. Historically, they have been used orally and topically in various formulations. Today, their primary use is topically in solutions, ointments, creams, and lotions. Today, the most common use would be in diaper ointments and to treat various skin disorders. Pharmacists are still called upon to compound various preparations using balsams.
4.20R,24 epsilon-2-ocotillone, a triterpenoid from commercial tolu balsam.
Wahlberg I, Enzell CR. Acta Chem Scand. 1970;25(1):352-4.
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