Gum Dammar (or Damar)
(also referred to as Copal)
Country of Origin: Indonesia (Sumatra)
Form/Size: Natural pieces (larger and smaller)
Mostly produced by tapping trees; sometimes collected in fossilized form from the ground. Used in foods, painting supplies and mediums (e.g. to make varnish), and as incense. Colorless to slightly yellow in color.