in Europe for candle and soap making, etc.
Souari-nutCaryocar nuciferum, etc.South AmericaContains a sweet oil.
Much used in South America.
SunflowerHelianthus annuusEurope, etcSeed yields an oil. Used in making fancy soaps, etc.
Tallow (vegetable).Pentadesma butyraSierra LeoneTallow, a term often applied to solid fatty substances obtained from plants.
That produced from the seeds of the Stillingia sebifera is used for candles by the Chinese.
Bassia butyraceaeN. India
WalnutJuglans regia, etcEurope and AmericaAn oil often sold as nut-oil.
Used in the arts and to adulterate other oils.
Wax (bees)Beeswax, although not strictly a vegetable production, is primarily derived from the pollen of flowers
Wax (insect)Fraxinus sinensisChinaA kind of wax deposited by an insect, the coccus pe-la, on the leaves of this species of ash.
Wax (Japan）Rhus succedaneaJapanA vegetable wax afforded by the fruit of the tree.
Used in candle-making
Wax (palm)Copernicia cer