Balm-of-gilead definitions

gĭl'ē-əd, -ăd'
Anything healing or soothing.
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A shrubby plant (Cedronella canariensis) in the mint family, native to Madeira and the Canary Islands, having fragrant leaves and pink flowers.
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A shrubby plant (Cedronella canariensis) in the mint family, native to Madeira and the Canary Islands, having fragrant leaves and pink flowers.
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Any of several resinous trees or shrubs of the genus Commiphora, especially C. gileadensis, of northeastern Africa and Arabia.
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Any of several North American poplar trees having aromatic, resinous buds, especially the balsam poplar and the hybrid species Populus xjackii.
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The aromatic resin of any of these plants.
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A small evergreen tree (Commiphora opobalsamum) of the bursera family native to Asia and Africa.
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The resinous juice of this tree, used in ancient times in an aromatic ointment.
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Any of several resinous trees or shrubs of the genus Commiphora, especially C. gileadensis, of northeastern Africa and Arabia.
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Any of several North American poplar trees having aromatic, resinous buds, especially the balsam poplar and the hybrid species Populus ×jackii.
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The aromatic resin of any of these plants.
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Origin of balm-of-gilead

After Gilead , known for its balm