Balsam

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Bal-sam

/ˈbôlsəm/

an aromatic resinous substance, such as balm, exuded by various trees and shrubs and used as a base for certain fragrances and medical and cosmetic preparations.
historical nomenclature

Balm of Gilead

from Latin balsamum "gum of the balsam tree," from Semitic, Aramaic busma, Arabic basham 
and Hebrew basam, "spice", "perfume": Balsam owes its name to the biblical Balm of Gilead.
a rare resin known for its medicinal properties, derived from the plant: Commiphora gileadensis, and drawing its name from its place of origin: Gilead. Used by priests in the anointing oil. Known figuratively as the "universal cure".

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Disclaimer: I am not a medical doctor. I am a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. I do not claim to cure. The name "Balsam" is suggestive of the powerful effects that food, herbs and their nutrients may have on one's life. One might liken it to align with Hippocrates' statement: "Let food be thy medicine..."