Abies cephalonica, Lk., which occurs on mount Aenos in the Greek Island of Cephalonia, yields an oleoresin which, in that section, is used as a popular remedy: internally as cathartic and externally in skin diseases. From it E. j. Emmanuel4) obtained 17,4 p. c. of a colorless volatile oil. Under ordinary pressure it boiled between 89 (?) and 175° and at 15° had a sp. gr. of 0,9279. The optical rotation in a 200 mm tube was - 68°;