Boldu (Peumus boldus)
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The bark is a source of tannin and is also used as a dye[1, 4, 238].
A deliciously fragrant essential oil is obtained from the leaves. The dried and powdered leaves are scattered amongst clothes to sweeten them and repel insects.
The small fruits are dried and used as beads in necklaces. When warmed by the body or the sun they release the scent of cinnamon.
The wood is used for making charcoal.
Cultivation & Habitat
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