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I frequently used to visit the plantations of nutmegs and cloves, and refresh myself with their balsamic fragrance.
This Herb is such a sovereign Balsamic, that it cures Wounds almost with a touch, if taken in time.
They are all charged with only a balsamic, sugary acid, which is called Reinette-flavored.
AMERICAN POMOLOGYJ. A. WARDER
They are not balsamic, like Order I., but of an aromatic flavor.
AMERICAN POMOLOGYJ. A. WARDER
This, and the mild balsamic air made us especially feel that we had entered a southern climate.
At one point in the road where the sun fell upon some young pines in a sheltered spot a balsamic odor exhaled from them.
Every night this balsamic breath invades the town, filling its streets with ambrosial suggestions.
ALONENORMAN DOUGLAS
Tall, stately teasels stand like sentinels along the way, and the balsamic tarweed spreads its fragrance along the outer edge.
BYWAYS AROUND SAN FRANCISCO BAYWILLIAM E. HUTCHINSON
It is rich in the true balsamic odor; and this, again, is its destruction; for one "spruce pillow" may destroy a half dozen trees!
Balsamic remedies received the approbation of the medical profession as the most specific of internal remedies for this disease.

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