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    Gum Damar is obtained from the Dipterocarpaceae family of trees. Most is produced by tapping trees, however some is collected in fossilized form from the ground. The gum varies in colour from clear to pale yellow, while the fossilized form is grey-brown.

    Gum Damar is used in foods, as either a coulding or a glazing agent. Typically mixed with lacquers to produce gloss and provide adhesive properties, gum damar is abundantly used as raw material in the industries of paint, ink, varnish, coating, incense,cosmetics and soap.

    GVI's highly skilled inspection team right from sourcing, drying, grading to dispatch ensures that you get the best there is of this gum directly from the source to your doorstep.

    Interesting Fact

    In the Malaysian language, the word 'Dammar' means light. It is used to dispel the demons of depression and bring light to the depth of the soul.

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      • •Selected / Export
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