Benzoin Tincture (Thread 240590)

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Dan Says:


Friar's balsam compound benzoin tincture. Who is the manufacturer? What are all of the ingredients? I have used Rougier's for some time and cannot find it in the USA.



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David Says:

Friar's Balsam is actually the name of the manufacturer. A 4oz Friar's Balsam 'Benzoin Compound' contains the following ingredients:

Siam Benzoin resin (Styrax tonkinensis)
Storax balsam (Liquidambar orientalis)
Balsam of Tolu (Toluifera balsamum)
Balsam of Peru (Toluifera pareiræ)
Cape Aloe leaf latex (Aloe ferox)
Myrrh tears (Commiphora abyssinica)
Angelica root (Angelica archangelica)
Aromatic exudate harvested from trees

Certified Organically Grown

I hope this helps to answer your question!

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Dan Says:

David,

I disagree that Friar's is the manufacturer. The Friar's Balsam Compound Benzoin Tincture that I use is manufactured by Rougier. It is the very best for ostomy purposes.

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