pine needle oil

pine needle oil

[′pīn ‚nēd·əl ‚oil]
(materials)
An essential oil derived from various pines; colorless to yellowish oil with balsamic aroma; soluble in alcohol; used in perfumes and medicines. Also known as Douglas fir oil; fir wood oil.
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Pine needle oil causes avoidance behaviors in pocket gopher Geomys bursarius.
005 grams of malathion per milliliter in a vehicle of isopropyl alcohol, terpinol, dipentene and pine needle oil.
The cough syrup is known for its bad taste, which is attributed to the lack of sugar and alcohol, along with ingredients such as camphor, Canadian fir balsam gum, pine needle oil and menthol.