Origin of copaiba
Examples from the Web for copaiba
Historical Examples of copaiba
It has an odor similar to that of copaiba, is bitter and aromatic.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines
T. H. Pardo de Tavera
Turpentine and copaiba have something in their favor in ulceration.
It is best combined with a little confection of orange peel, which effectually covers the taste of the copaiba.
This substance is frequently adulterated; indeed, fully one half that sold for copaiba does not contain 10% of the genuine balsam.
Copaiba and powdered cubebs, equal parts; conserves of roses and orange peel, of each (in equal quantities), q. s.