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b-pinene ( 12.0%)
1,8-cineole ( 17.0%)
camphor ( 27.0%)
bornyl acetate ( 10.2%)
a-pinene ( 4.9%)
camphene ( 5.6%)
sabinene ( 1.3%)
b-pinene ( 4.6%)
myrcene ( 2.5%)
limonene ( 5.0%)
1,8-cineole ( 25.5%)
cis-sabinene hydrate (0.1%)
linalool ( 2.4%)
camphor ( 29.2%)