The process of contouring wax into a needed shape, such as making a wax base for a trial‐fit denture.
A fatty product on leaves, fruit or stem.
A fatty substance sometimes covering leaves, fruits or stems.
Soft, opaque cannabis oils that lose transparency after extraction.
A lipid with a high melting point, composed of esters of fatty acids with an alcohol or other glycerol.
This is used in medicine as an ingredient of ointments, plasters, and suppositories. It is used either as yellow wax derived directly from honeycomb, or as white wax, which is the same substance bleached. It is also used in the form of paraffin wax to apply heat in the relief of rheumatic pains.