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Oleoresins

Our product range includes a wide range of Onion Oleoresin, Ajowan Seed Oleoresin12, Asafoetida Oleoresin, Basil Oleoresin, Black Pepper Oleoresin and Black Pepper Oleoresin (18Per VOC).

Onion Oleoresin
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Onion Oleoresin

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Description

The oleoresin is extracted from fresh bulb of the onion, which are harvested between September and April. Onion has an ancient reputation as a curative agent. It is high in vitamins A, B and C and shares many of the properties of garlic, to which it is closely related. The oleoresins have lightly sweet & characteristic flavors of onion.

History

While onion has a long and extensive history, little is known beyond modern applications

Color & Aroma

Color : a pale yellow or brownish-yellow mobile liquid with strong, unpleasant, sulfur odor,

Aroma : Onion Essential Oil has a strong, unpleasant, sulphuraceous odor

Constituents

Volatile oil content < 5% Solvent residue max. 25 ppm Total ash: not more than 3%

Uses

Onion Oleoresin can be used as spice and seasoning mixes, for meats, sausages and other food preparations. It is also used in some pharmaceutical preparations for colds, coughs.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Allium cepa
  • Country of Origin     Iran, West Pakistan
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Bulbs
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     8000-78-0
  • Flash Point     115.00°F
  • Extraction Method     steam distillation

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Ajowan Seed Oleoresin12
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Description

Ajowan oleorisin represent overall flavor profile of spices. It comprises of volatile essential oil and non volatile resinous fraction comprising taste components. Oleoresin of ajowan is pale green oily liquid with characteristic aroma and sharp taste attribute. The high content of thymol makes ajowin oleoresin ideal for medicinal uses.

History

Studies show that Ajwain originated in Middle East, probably in Egypt and Indian Subcontinent. But it has also been proved to be found in Iran and Afghanistan. Rajasthan and Gujarat are major states of India that are known to cultivate the Ajwain crop on large scale.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale green oily liquid with characteristic aroma,

Aroma : This Oil has a very Spicy, Sharp and Herbaceous Scent.

Constituents

Primarily contains 35 – 60% thymol, p-cymine (10-16%), a-terepinene (10-16%), ß-pinene (4-5%) and dipenene (4-6%).

Uses

Spice Oleoresin is widely used for food preparation as a spice. It has antiseptic, germicidal, and digestive property.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name Trachyspermum Copticum
  • Country of Origin India, Pakistan
  • Solubility Soluble in oil insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity 0.910-0.930
  • Optical Rotation Upto 5°
  • Refrective Index 1.498 – 1.504
  • PlantPart Seeds of Carum Copticum plant
  • Bland With Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No Not Applicable
  • Flash Point Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method Steam Distilled
  • Oleoresins Oil Soluble

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Asafoetida Oleoresin
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Asafoetida Oleoresin

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Description

Asafoetida Oleoresin has a characteristic aromatic order and bitter acidic taste. It is actually a gum oleoresin from the various plants of ferula varieties. Asafoetida oleoresin is used in diluted form. The pure resin is very strong and with disagreeable odour.

History

Also known as Devil’s Dung and Food of the Gods, Asafoetida was the popular flavoring spice of ancient Rome. With a pungent aroma that is more persistent than garlic, Asafoetida is still used as an ingredient in Worcestershire sauce, which was based on a recipe from a British officer returned from colonial India.

Color & Aroma

Color : a characteristic aromatic order,

Aroma : Asafoetida Essential Oil has a strong odor reminiscent of cooked garlic and onion

Constituents

Asafoetida contains Resin (40 - 64 %), Gum (approx. 25%), Voltile Oil (10-17%), Ash (1.5 to 10 %)

Uses

As medicine it is useful for curing colic flatulence. Uses have been mentioned for toothache cure. In cooking asafoetida sprinkled in very minute quantity on fried snacks give an agreeable flavour.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Ferula assa-foetida
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Root and Stem
  • Bland With     Garlic, Onion, Basil, Bay, Caraway, and Cardamom
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Basil Oleoresin
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Basil Oleoresin

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Description

Basil oleoresin is obtained through distillation from fresh leaves of Ocimum Basillicum. The basil oil is a thin transparent fluid with light yellow to yellow-green color and characteristic aroma. This oleoresin is considered to be a natural medicine, with the power to constitute stimulant drug and/or renewing, depending upon the physical structure.

History

Basil hails from tropical Asia and the Pacific Islands and is now harvested throughout Europe and USA. The flower color varies from white to pink depending upon the species and it attracts bees in summer. Plant has characteristic hairy herbs that can grow up to 1 meter in length.

Color & Aroma

Color : greenish with characteristic odor,

Aroma : Basil Oil is very famous for its sweet flavor and aroma

Constituents

Basil Oleoresin contains various chemical compounds including a-pinene, camphene, b-pinene, myrcene, limonene, cis-ocimene, camphor, linalool, methyl chavicol, y-terpineol, citronellol, methyl cinnamate and eugenol.

Uses

Basil oleoresin is employed in culinary coverings with good achiever, adding together a noticeable, productive basil flavor. It has been marked towards improving capabilities in blood circulation and the gastrointestinal system in a few citizenries.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Ocimum Basillicum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.922 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation     -12
  • Refrective Index     1.492@ 72°F
  • PlantPart     Leaves
  • Bland With     Basil, benzoin, black pepper, cypress, eucalyptus (all), geranium, grapefruit, juniper, lavender, lemon, marjoram, niaouli, pine, ravensara, rosemary, tea tree, and other mints.
  • CAS No     8015-73-4
  • Flash Point     130.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Extracted by solvent extraction of the dried leaves

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Black Pepper Oleoresin
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Description

The oleoresin is obtained from properly ripened seeds of black pepper. Dried peppercorns are completely processed with the blackened external covering. The extraction is performed by percolating with variety of solvents, primarily hexane, which are removed prior to use. Black pepper oleoresins have heavier flavor and is far more popular than other varieties.

History

American Organics is investing in a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant for Super Critical (CO2, SCCO2) Extraction. Here green, environment-friendly isolates of the botanical are extracted by eliminating solvent residue and high temperature processing. These super critical extracts find exquisite application in premium food products, aromatherapy and perfumery. CO2 extraction uses Carbon Dioxide gas for extraction. We use high purity CO2 (99.9%) food grade for extraction. No other solvent is used. CO2 extracts only Oil soluble components and is used under high pressure up to 450 Bar (45 MPA). Temperatures are never more than 70 Degrees C and therefore the volatile components are not degraded/lost as in steam extraction. CO2 actually extracts the complete plant profile and gives the true taste and aromatic profile of the natural material.

Color & Aroma

Color : yellowish brown viscous liquid with pungent slightly biting aroma of Black Pepper,

Aroma : Characteristic odor

Constituents

Volatile oil content v/w : 20 ml/100gm Piperine content : 40% Residual solvent (By gas chromotography): Less than 10 ppm

Uses

Black pepper oleoresin is widely used in food industry as a coloring and flavoring agent. The oleresins represent complete spice flavor whereas essential oils only the aroma.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Piper nigrum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     0.8600 to 0.8840
  • Optical Rotation     -5.0 – -15 @ 18°C
  • Refrective Index     1.35 – 1.20@ 23 Deg. C
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     The above quality is our standard specification. In addition to this customized blends are also offered to meet specific requirements
  • CAS No     84929-41-9
  • Flash Point     215°F
  • Extraction Method     The above quality is our standard specification. In addition to this customized blends are also offered to meet specific requirements.

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Black Pepper Oleoresin
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Description

The oleoresin is obtained from properly ripened seeds of black pepper. Dried peppercorns are completely processed with the blackened external covering. The extraction is performed by percolating with variety of solvents, primarily hexane, which are removed prior to use. Black pepper oleoresins have heavier flavor and is far more popular than other varieties.

History

American Organics is investing in a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant for Super Critical (CO2, SCCO2) Extraction. Here green, environment-friendly isolates of the botanical are extracted by eliminating solvent residue and high temperature processing. These super critical extracts find exquisite application in premium food products, aromatherapy and perfumery. CO2 extraction uses Carbon Dioxide gas for extraction. We use high purity CO2 (99.9%) food grade for extraction. No other solvent is used. CO2 extracts only Oil soluble components and is used under high pressure up to 450 Bar (45 MPA). Temperatures are never more than 70 Degrees C and therefore the volatile components are not degraded/lost as in steam extraction. CO2 actually extracts the complete plant profile and gives the true taste and aromatic profile of the natural material.

Color & Aroma

Color : yellowish brown viscous liquid with pungent slightly biting aroma of Black Pepper,

Aroma : Characteristic odor

Constituents

Volatile oil content v/w : 20 ml/100gm Piperine content : 40% Residual solvent (By gas chromotography): Less than 10 ppm

Uses

Black pepper oleoresin is widely used in food industry as a coloring and flavoring agent. The oleresins represent complete spice flavor whereas essential oils only the aroma.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Piper nigrum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     0.8600 to 0.8840
  • Optical Rotation     -5.0 – -15 @ 18°C
  • Refrective Index     1.35 – 1.20@ 23 Deg. C
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     The above quality is our standard specification. In addition to this customized blends are also offered to meet specific requirements
  • CAS No     84929-41-9
  • Flash Point     215°F
  • Extraction Method     The above quality is our standard specification. In addition to this customized blends are also offered to meet specific requirements.

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Black Pepper Oleoresin (18Per VOC)
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Description

Black pepper oleoresin is produced through steam distillation to get the aromatic, odorous constituent of the spice i.e., the volatile oil. Whilst the pungent, non volatile principles for which the pepper is so highly esteemed as a condiment is present in its oleoresin, which is obtained by the extraction of berries with volatile solvents and concentrating to remove the solvent.

History

The origin is basically India. Black Pepper is found mostly is southwest India but other countries known for its cultivation are Malaysia, China and Indonesia. The plant grows up to 16 feet in height and has heart-shaped small leaves and requires extreme care. It has white flowers which blossom into small, round fruits.

Color & Aroma

Color : It is a yellowish brown viscous liquid with pungent slightly biting aroma of Black Pepper,

Aroma : Its aroma is strong, sharp and spicy. It resembles clove oil.

Constituents

a-thujone (0.22 - 3.59%) - (terpenes), a-pinene (1.11 - 16.20%), camphene (0.23 - 1.44%), sabinene (0.14 - 13.78%, b-pinene (4.92 - 14-33%), a-phellandrene (0.46 - 27.37%, myrcene (1.66 - 2.53), limonene (16.41 - 24.36%), caryophyllene (9.39.- 30.94%) - (sesquiterpenes), B-farnesene (0.03- 3.26%), B-bisabolene (0.09 - 5.18%), linalool (0.04 - 0.25%) and terpinen-4-ol (0.01- 0.18%).

Uses

Black pepper oleoresin is used as a food condiment, preservative and also has various medicinal uses.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Piper nigrum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     0.853 – 0.880 @ 25 Deg. C
  • Optical Rotation     -1.0 – -26 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index     1.478 – 1.488 @ 25 Deg. C
  • PlantPart     Leaves
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Geranium, Lavender, Marjoram
  • CAS No     84929-41-9
  • Flash Point     215°F
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Capsicum Oleoresin (0.5Per capsaicin)
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Description

The oleoresin is obtained from properly ripened seeds of black pepper. Dried peppercorns are completely processed with the blackened external covering. The extraction is performed by percolating with variety of solvents, primarily hexane, which are removed prior to use. Black pepper oleoresins have heavier flavor and is far more popular than other varieties.

History

Capsaicin is the active ingredient in chili peppers that makes them hot. Capsaicin is used in medicated creams and lotions to relieve muscle or joint pain. Capsaicin used on the body causes a sensation of heat that activates certain nerve cells. With regular use of capsaicin, this heating effect reduces the amount of substance P, a chemical that acts as a pain messenger in the body. Capsaicin topical is used for temporary relief of muscle or joint pain caused by strains, sprains, arthritis, bruising, or backaches. Capsaicin topical is also used to treat nerve pain (neuralgia) in people who have had herpes zoster, or "shingles." Capsaicin topical may also be used for purposes not listed in this medication guide. Read more at

Color & Aroma

Color : yellowish brown viscous liquid with pungent slightly biting aroma of Black Pepper,

Aroma : 84929-41-9

Constituents

Volatile oil content v/w : 20 ml/100gm Piperine content : 40% Residual solvent (By gas chromotography): Less than 10 ppm

Uses

Black pepper oleoresin is widely used in food industry as a coloring and flavoring agent. The oleresins represent complete spice flavor whereas essential oils only the aroma.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Piper nigrum
  • Country of Origin     China
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     0.732 to 0.8840
  • Optical Rotation     -3.0 – -12 @ 22°C
  • Refrective Index     1.452 – 1.979
  • PlantPart     Fruit Peel
  • Bland With     The above quality is our standard specification. In addition to this customized blends are also offered to meet specific requirements.
  • CAS No     84929-41-9
  • Flash Point     215°F
  • Extraction Method     Solvent extracted product with permitted diluents and emulsifieres

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Capsicum Oleoresin (10Per capsaicin)
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Description

Capsicum Oleoresin is extracted from red chilli. Its main composition is capsaicin (10%) and capsanthin. This oleoresin is completely safe to be used as food condiment. The product is widely used in piquancy food and spice, or as cooking seasoning in restaurant or family. It also finds several medicinal uses.

History

Botanists have traced the chile pequin to areas of Bolivia and Brazil 7,000 years ago. People first began to cross-breed and select the wild plants for bigger berries and different tastes around 5200 B.C.E. Over the next 2,000 years, the cross-breeding yielded a vast variety of pepper shapes and sizes. The heat of the chiles began to vary also, and various colors in addition to green and red emerged--yellows, purples and oranges

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark red with Characteristic pungent odour of Chillies,,

Aroma : Characteristic odor

Constituents

Capsaicin (10%), Dihydrocapsaicin, and Nordihydrocapsaicin

Uses

Widely used as a food condiment. This product is a powerful irritant and a carminative, which is also used as a counter irritant in lumbago and neuralgia. It can also be used to treat stomach ache that involves poorly functioning stomach muscles and as an antibacterial agents.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Capsicum annum
  • Country of Origin     India, China
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.5300 to 0.7740
  • Optical Rotation     -2.3 – -11 @ 13°C
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Fruit Peel
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8023-77-6
  • Flash Point     > 100° C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Capsicum Oleoresin (1Per capsaicin)
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Description

Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) is obtained through an extraction process from chili peppers. Selected peppers are dried and ground into a fine powder. The oleoresin in the powder is generally extracted with the addition of an organic solvent. It contains natural Oleoresin Capsicum as the active ingredient

History

Botanists have traced the chile pequin to areas of Bolivia and Brazil 7,000 years ago. People first began to cross-breed and select the wild plants for bigger berries and different tastes around 5200 B.C.E. Over the next 2,000 years, the cross-breeding yielded a vast variety of pepper shapes and sizes. The heat of the chiles began to vary also, and various colors in addition to green and red emerged--yellows, purples and oranges

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark red with Characteristic pungent odour of Chillies,

Aroma : Characteristic odor

Constituents

Capsaicin (1%), Dihydrocapsaicin, and Nordihydrocapsaicin

Uses

This product is a powerful irritant and a carminative, which is also used as a counter irritant in lumbago and neuralgia. It can also be used to treat stomach ache that involves poorly functioning stomach muscles and as an antibacterial agents. Capsicum oleoresin finds major application as a food condiment.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Capsicum annum
  • Country of Origin     India, China
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.5300 to 0.7740
  • Optical Rotation     -2.3 – -11 @ 13°C
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Fruit Peel
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8023-77-6
  • Flash Point     > 100° C
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Capsicum Oleoresin (2.5 Per capsaicin)
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Description

Capsicum Oleoresin is obtained from crushed capsicum with volatile solvents by percolation method. Its main constituents are capsaicin (2.5%) and capsanthin. This oleoresin is completely safe to be used as food condiment. The product is widely used in piquancy food and spice, or as cooking seasoning in restaurant or family. It is also valued for its medicinal properties.

History

Botanists have traced the chile pequin to areas of Bolivia and Brazil 7,000 years ago. People first began to cross-breed and select the wild plants for bigger berries and different tastes around 5200 B.C.E. Over the next 2,000 years, the cross-breeding yielded a vast variety of pepper shapes and sizes. The heat of the chiles began to vary also, and various colors in addition to green and red emerged--yellows, purples and oranges

Color & Aroma

Color : dark red-brown with spicy,strong burning odor,,

Aroma : Characteristic odor

Constituents

Capsaicin (2.5%), Dihydrocapsaicin, and Nordihydrocapsaicin

Uses

Widely used as a food condiment. This product is a powerful irritant and a carminative, which is also used as a counter irritant in lumbago and neuralgia. It can also be used to treat stomach ache that involves poorly functioning stomach muscles and as an antibacterial agents.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Capsicum annum
  • Country of Origin    
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Fruit Peel
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Capsicum Oleoresin (2.5 Per capsaicin)
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Description

Capsicum Oleoresin is obtained from crushed capsicum with volatile solvents by percolation method. Its main constituents are capsaicin (2.5%) and capsanthin. This oleoresin is completely safe to be used as food condiment. The product is widely used in piquancy food and spice, or as cooking seasoning in restaurant or family. It is also valued for its medicinal properties.

History

Botanists have traced the chile pequin to areas of Bolivia and Brazil 7,000 years ago. People first began to cross-breed and select the wild plants for bigger berries and different tastes around 5200 B.C.E. Over the next 2,000 years, the cross-breeding yielded a vast variety of pepper shapes and sizes. The heat of the chiles began to vary also, and various colors in addition to green and red emerged--yellows, purples and oranges

Color & Aroma

Color : dark red-brown with spicy,strong burning odor,,

Aroma : Characteristic odor

Constituents

Capsaicin (2.5%), Dihydrocapsaicin, and Nordihydrocapsaicin

Uses

Widely used as a food condiment. This product is a powerful irritant and a carminative, which is also used as a counter irritant in lumbago and neuralgia. It can also be used to treat stomach ache that involves poorly functioning stomach muscles and as an antibacterial agents.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name     Capsicum annum
  • Country of Origin    
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Fruit Peel
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Cardamom (Big)
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Description

Cardamom Oleoresin is produced by steam distillation from the dried ripe fruit (pods). The dark brown oleoresin is a yellow liquid with a sweet-spicy, warming fragrance. It is non toxic in nature and is widely used as a food condiment. Cardmom oleoresin is listed in the British Herbal Pharmacopoeia as a 'specific' for flatulence and dyspepsia.

History

Cardamom was well known in ancient times. The Egyptians used it in perfumes and incense and chewed it to whiten their teeth. The Romans used it for their stomachs when they over-indulged. The Arabs used it ground in their coffee. It is an important ingredient in Asian cooking.

Color & Aroma

Color : colorless to pale yellow liquid with a sweet-spicy, warming fragrance,

Aroma : Cardamom Essential Oil is sweet, spicy and almost balsamic in fragrance

Constituents

Alpha Terpinyl Acetate 50%, Cineol 20%, Linalol 5%, Linalyl Acetate 4% & Limonene

Uses

It used extensively as a domestic spice, especially in India, Europe, Latin America and Middle Eastern countries. The oleoresin is employed in some carminative, stomachic and laxative preparations. Widely used as a fragrance component in soaps, cosmetics and perfumes especially oriental types. Important flavor ingredient particularly in curry and spice products.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name     Elettaria cardamomum
  • Country of Origin     India, Nepal, Bhutan
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     -17° +19°
  • Refrective Index     1.452 - 1.979
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Rose, Orange, Bergamot, Cinnamon Bark, Clove Bud, Caraway and Cedarwood.
  • CAS No     96507-91-4
  • Flash Point     89°
  • Extraction Method     steam distillation

 

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Cardamom Oleoresin (14Per)
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Description

Cardamom oleoresin is obtained from the dried cardamom pods. The greenish to brown semi solid liquid has a great potential to become prime ingredient for not only as food preservative but also flavor enhancer. The oleoresin is full with triglyceride and steroid components. It is non-toxic, non-irritant and nonsensitizing.

History

Cardamom was well known in ancient times. The Egyptians used it in perfumes and incense and chewed it to whiten their teeth. The Romans used it for their stomachs when they over-indulged. The Arabs used it ground in their coffee. It is an important ingredient in Asian cooking.

Color & Aroma

Color : Brown clear liquid with Herbal Characterestic Cardamom,

Aroma : Cardamom Essential Oil is sweet, spicy and almost balsamic in fragrance

Constituents

Volatile oil content: 14% Chemical compounds: Alpha Terpinyl Acetate, Cineol, Linalol, Linalyl Acetate and Limonene

Uses

Extensively used as a domestic spice, especially in India, Europe, Latin America and Middle Eastern countries. The oleoresin is employed in some carminative, stomachic and laxative preparations. Widely used as a fragrance component in soaps, cosmetics and perfumes especially oriental types. Important flavor ingredient particularly in curry and spice products.


Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Elettaria cardamomum
  • Country of Origin     India, Nepal, Bhutan
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Rose, Orange, Bergamot, Cinnamon Bark, Clove Bud, Caraway and Cedarwood
  • CAS No     96507-91-4
  • Flash Point     Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Cardamom Oleoresin (40Per VOC)
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Description

Cardamom oleoresin is extracted by steam distillation from the seeds of the fruit gathered just before they are ripe. The dark brown oleoresin is a yellow liquid with a sweet-spicy, warming fragrance. It is non toxic in nature and is widely used as a food condminant. Cardmom oleoresin is listed in the British Herbal Pharmacopoeia as a 'specific' for flatulence and dyspepsia.

History

Cardamom was well known in ancient times. The Egyptians used it in perfumes and incense and chewed it to whiten their teeth. The Romans used it for their stomachs when they over-indulged. The Arabs used it ground in their coffee. It is an important ingredient in Asian cooking.

Color & Aroma

Color : yellow color with a sweet-spicy, warming fragrance,

Aroma : Cardamom Essential Oil is sweet, spicy and almost balsamic in fragrance.

Constituents

Alpha Terpinyl Acetate, Cineol, Linalol, Linalyl Acetate and Limonene

Uses

Widely used as a domestic spice, especially in India, Europe, Latin America and Middle Eastern countries. The oleoresin is employed in some carminative, stomachic and laxative preparations. Widely used as a fragrance component in soaps, cosmetics and perfumes especially oriental types. Important flavor ingredient particularly in curry and spice products.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Elettaria cardamomum
  • Country of Origin     India, Nepal, Bhutan
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     -13 + 19
  • Refrective Index     1.284 - 1.632
  • PlantPart     Seeds
  • Bland With     Rose, Orange, Bergamot, Cinnamon Bark, Clove Bud, Caraway and Cedarwood.
  • CAS No     83103-71-3
  • Flash Point     210°
  • Extraction Method     steam distillation

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Clove Bud Oleoresin
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Description

Clove oleoresin is prepared by solvent extraction of clove buds. The considerable amount of final product is obtained by using different types of solvents available in the market. However in view to make food safety product, ethanol is generally used as a solvent agent, as this is regarded as non toxic material compared with the other solvents. The oleoresin is extremely concentrated product which contains more flavoring ingredients that can be soluble in the particular solvent used, as it turns much close to original clove flavor and odor.

History

Not ApplicablUntil modern times, cloves grew only on a few islands in the Maluku Islands (historically called the Spice Islands), including Bacan, Makian, Moti, Ternate, and Tidore.[18] In fact, it is believed that the oldest clove tree in the world, named "Afo," is found on Ternate-the tree being between 350 and 400 years old.[19] Seedlings from this Afo tree were stolen by a Frenchman named Poivre in 1770, transferred to France, and then later to Zanzibar which is today the world's largest producer of cloves.e

Color & Aroma

Color Dark clove color ,

Aroma Close to original clove odor

Constituents

The main constituents of clove oil are eugenol, eugenol acetate, iso-eugenol and caryophyllene.

Uses

Extensively used as domestic spice worldwide. It has been used for skin infections (scabies, athlete's foot); for digestive upset; to dress the umbilical cord; for intestinal parasites; to ease the pain of child birth (steeped in ); and notably for toothache. The tea is used to relieve nausea.

Features

  • Botanical Name Syzgium Aromaticum L
  • Country of Origin Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
  • Solubility soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation -2.0 - 0.0 @ 20 DegreeC
  • Refrective Index 1.528 - 1.537 @ 20 DegreeC
  • PlantPart Buds
  • Bland With Basil, Cinnamon, Citronella, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Rosemary, and Rose.
  • CAS No 8000-34-8
  • Flash Point > 100 DegreeC
  • Extraction Method obtained by the solvent extraction of dried buds of Syzgium aromaticum

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Description

Celery seed oleoresin is derived from rip seeds of the cultivated plants of Apium Graveolens Linn. The volatile oil has a very strong aromatic flavour, which chiefly contains d-limonene and sedanolides responsible for the characteristic flavour. Celery Oleoresin is also used as stimulant, carminative, nervine, and even in tonic. It is also used to flavor soft drinks and unpleasant medicaments.

History

Native to southern Europe, Celery is extensively cultivated as a domestic vegetable, with Celery Seed Oil primarily produced in India, Holland, China, Hungary and the USA.

Color & Aroma

Color : Greenish yellow in colour with strong aromatic flavour,

Aroma : Celery seed Essential Oil has a fresh, spicy and warm scent.

Constituents

Contains 1.5 - 3.0 percent of pale yellow volatile oil; 15 – 17 percent of fixed oil is resins.

Uses

Celery oleoresin is extensively used as flavoring or spice. It is also used as stimulant, carminative, nervine, and even in tonic.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Apium Graveolens
  • Country of Origin     North America
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     1.385 - 1.7590
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Lavender, Pine, Lovage, Tea Tree, Cinnamon Bark and Clove Bud.
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     87°
  • Extraction Method     solvent extraction

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Clove Bud Oleoresin (24Per VOC)
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Description

Clove Bud Oleoresin is prepared by solvent extraction of clove bud. This oleoresin is extremely concentrated product which contains more flavoring ingredients that can be soluble in the particular solvent used, as it turns much close to original clove flavor and odor. A concrete, absolute and oleoresin are also produced by the buds in small quantities.

History

The word Clove comes from the Latin word clavus, meaning nail, since the shaft and head of the clove bud resembles an ancient nail. Cloves and nutmeg were among the most precious of spices of Europe of the 16th and 17th centuries, and were worth more than their weight in gold. Today it is used worldwide as a culinary spice from East Indian masala blends to Dutch cheeses, in herbal  and pomanders, and even as an ant repellent.

Color & Aroma

Color : A pale yellow liquid with a warm, sweet-spicy odor,

Aroma : Clove Bud Essential Oil smells spicy like actual cloves

Constituents

The main constituents of clove oil are eugenol, eugenol acetate, iso-eugenol and caryophyllene.

Uses

Extensively used as domestic spice worldwide. It has been used for skin infections (scabies, athlete’s foot); for digestive upset; to dress the umbilical cord; for intestinal parasites; to ease the pain of child birth (steeped   ); and notably for toothache. The tea is used to relieve nausea.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Syzgium aromaticum
  • Country of Origin     Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     -2.0 – 0.0 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index     1.528 – 1.537 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart     Buds
  • Bland With     Blends well with other spice oils including Cinnamon Bark, Nutmeg, Citronella, Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Rosemary, and Rose.
  • CAS No     8000-34-8
  • Flash Point     > 100 °C
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Corriander Oleoresin
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Description

Coriander Oleoresin is mainly produced by solvent extraction from the fruits of Coriandrum sativum. After extraction the solvent is completely removed. This spice oleoresins find extensive use in number formulations, especially in snack seasonings. It is digestive, antispasmodic, anti-rheumatic.

History

Coriander, also known as Chinese Parsley, is among the oldest known spice plants. It not only has long history of flavouring our dishes, but it has also been highly esteemed for its medicinal and magical powers. The essential oil is distilled from the seeds. In ancient Egypt it was placed in the coffins of the Emperor, presumably to protect them on their last journey and ensure their rebirth in the Otherworld. An incense recipe mentioned in the tales of the Arabian Nights reveals its reputation as a powerful . As incense it also dispels evil spirits and cures the possessed, which is why it is associated with St. Anthony. In the Middle Ages, St. Anthony's fire was a common occurrence due to the contamination of grain with a hallucinogenic fungus. However, Coriander seeds themselves are said to be dangerous in large doses, causing stupor and hallucinations. Apparently, was sometimes spiced with Coriander to make it more intoxicating.

Color & Aroma

Color : Brown-Orange with charateristic of coriander,

Aroma : Characteristic, powerful odor

Constituents

Volatile oil content: 1,5 – 40% Solvent residue: max. 25 ppm Solvent: Hexane

Uses

In pharmaceutical applications especially for digestive remedies and used as a fragrance in soaps and perfumes. It is also used by the food industry especially in meat products.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Coriandrum sativum
  • Country of Origin     North Africa, Southwestern Asia
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     0.8769 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation     8.77
  • Refrective Index     1.464 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8008-52-4
  • Flash Point     141°F
  • Extraction Method     Obtained by the cold pressing of the ripe dried seeds

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Corriander Oleoresin (Green 1.5 Per VOC)
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Description

Coriander oleoresin is derived from dried seeds of Coriandrum sativum. The caramel colour liquid with the characteristic odour and flavour of Coriander. Petroselinic acid is the primary constituent of coriander oleoresin. It is soluble in fixed oil and can be dispersed on dry/liquid carriers such as salt, propylene glycol, glycerine etc.

History

Also known as Devil’s Dung and Food of the Gods, Asafoetida was the popular flavoring spice of ancient Rome. With a pungent aroma that is more persistent than garlic, Asafoetida is still used as an ingredient in Worcestershire sauce, which was based on a recipe from a British officer returned from colonial India.

Color & Aroma

Color : yellowish to slightly greenish liquid with a characteristic odor,

Aroma : Asafoetida Essential Oil has a strong odor reminiscent of cooked garlic and onion.

Constituents

Fibre, carbohydrates, fatty oil, protiens and essential oils

Uses

In pharmaceutical applications especially for digestive remedies and used as a fragrance in soaps and perfumes. It is also used by the food industry especially in meat products.lL

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Coriandrum sativum
  • Country of Origin     North Africa, Southwestern Asia
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.7319 @ 75°F
  • Optical Rotation     8.77
  • Refrective Index     1.464 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Garlic, Onion, Basil, Bay, Caraway, and Cardamom.
  • CAS No     9301-55-7
  • Flash Point     >100ºC
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Corriander Oleoresin (Roasted 1Per VOC)
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Description

Corriander Oleoresin is obtained by solvent extraction of dried roasted Fruits of Coriandrum Sativum. It develops unique flavor through complex reactions taking place within during roasting. This spice oleoresins find extensive use in number formulations, especially in snack seasonings. It is digestive, antispasmodic, anti-rheumatic.

History

The Egyptians used Coriander Seeds as an, and they were found in the tomb of Tutankhamen; the Romans and Greeks used the seeds to flavour their  ; and in India, the seeds are still used for cooking. The Benedictine monks documented using them in 1510 as an ingredient in their herbal tonic known as Benedictine. The Carthusian Monks used them to make Chartreuse in the 1740's, and the Carmelite order in France used Coriander Seeds as an ingredient with lemon balm, lemon zest, angelica root and nutmeg in their 17th century eau de toilette known as Carmelite Waters.

Color & Aroma

Color : dark Brown liquid at ambient temperatures with a characteristic aroma,

Aroma : Coriander Oil has a sweet, spicy, slightly fruity

Constituents

Fibre, carbohydrates, fatty oil, proteins and essential oils

Uses

In pharmaceutical applications especially for digestive remedies and used as a fragrance in soaps and perfumes. It is also used by the food industry especially in meat products.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Coriandrum sativum
  • Country of Origin     North Africa, India, China
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.8769 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation     8.77
  • Refrective Index     1.464 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Cinnamon Bark , Ginger, Grapefruit, Lemon, Neroli and Orange
  • CAS No     8008-52-4
  • Flash Point     115°
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Description

The completely natural product is obtained by solvent extraction of ground roasted seeds of Cuminum cyminum. It is extremely powerful, green spicy, but not sharp, more of a soft and mellow scent. This oil is highly effective for digestive disorders, and colic too. It is good for exhaustion and works well in blends for this purpose.

History

Cumin has been in use since ancient times. Seeds excavated at the Syrian site Tell ed-Der have been dated to the second millennium BC. They have also been reported from several New Kingdom levels of ancient Egyptian archaeological sites.[8] Originally cultivated in Iran and Mediterranean region,[citation needed] cumin is mentioned in the Bible in both the Old Testament (Isaiah 28:27) and the New Testament (Matthew 23:23). The ancient Greeks kept cumin at the dining table in its own container (much as pepper is frequently kept today), and this practice continues in Morocco. Cumin was also used heavily in ancient Roman cuisine. It was introduced to the Americas by Spanish and Portuguese colonists. There are several different types of cumin but the most famous ones are black and green cumin which are both used in Persian cuisine.

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow to light brown liquid.,

Aroma : Powerful, green spicy, but not sharp odor

Constituents

Volatile oil content: 10-11% (v/w) Residual solvent: Less than 25 ppm

Uses

The oleoresins can be used as an anti-oxidant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, , bactericidal, carminative, depurative, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, larvicidal, nervine, stimulant and as a tonic. Cumin essential oil is also useful as a warming oil that helps relieve muscular pains and osteoarthritis. For the digestive system it is a stimulant that helps with colic, dyspepsia, flatulence, bloating and indigestion. For the nervous system, Cumin essential oil is a tonic with beneficial effect on headaches, migraine pain and nervous exhaustion.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Cuminum Cyminum
  • Country of Origin     China, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Iran, Turkey
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     68650-46-4
  • Flash Point     Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method     Obtained by solvent extraction of dried seeds

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Cumin Seed Oleoresin (10Per VOC)
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Description

The completely natural product is obtained by solvent extraction of ground roasted seeds of Cuminum cyminum. It is extremely powerful, green spicy, but not sharp, more of a soft and mellow scent. This oil is wonderful for digestive disorders, and colic too. It is good for exhaustion and works well in blends for that purpose.

History

In use for over 4,000 years, Cumin was mainly used for its digestive properties and as a spice. The ancient Greeks and Romans used it much as we use black pepper. In the Holy Land, people used it to pay their debts and taxes with it. In the Middle Ages, feudal lords sometimes paid their serfs with Cumin for services rendered, before it fell out of favor with Europeans as a spice; at the same time, it began to grow in popularity in South America.

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark colour liquid with the characteristic odour,

Aroma : Cumin Essential Oil has a characteristic spicy, penetrating scent.

Constituents

Volatile oil content: 10-11% (v/w) Residual solvent: Less than 25 ppm

Uses

The oleoresins can be used as an anti-oxidant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, , bactericidal, carminative, depurative, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, larvicidal, nervine, stimulant and as a tonic. Cumin essential oil is also useful as a warming oil that helps relieve muscular pains and osteoarthritis. For the digestive system it is a stimulant that helps with colic, dyspepsia, flatulence, bloating and indigestion. For the nervous system, Cumin essential oil is a tonic with beneficial effect on headaches, migraine pain and nervous exhaustion.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Cuminum Cyminum
  • Country of Origin     China, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Iran, Turkey
  • Solubility     Soluble in vegetable oil
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Angelica Root, Caraway, Lavender, Rosemary, Chamomile
  • CAS No     68650-46-4
  • Flash Point     215°
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Description

This oleoresin is obtained by solvent extraction of the fennel seeds with the subsequent removal of the solvent. The extracts of fennel has anti-toxic properties and finds most valuable application in counterbalancing alcoholic poisoning. It has played an important part in the treatment and rehabilitation of alcoholics. The dark brown liquid has the characteristic odour and flavour of Sweet Fennel.

History

known as Fenkle in the Middle Ages, its name is from the Latin 'foenum' meaning 'hay'. The ancients believed it gave one longevity, courage and strength, and warded off evil spirits. Not only did they use it to strengthen the eyesight, but also for snakebite, colic, and fleas. Cautions: This product may cause photosensitivity and contact dermatitis. May cause skin irritation. Dilute well before use. Avoid use during pregnancy

Color & Aroma

Color : Light spicy and soft licorice,

Aroma : Fennel Sweet Essential Oil has a spicy, sweet scent. The scent is similar to that of black licorice.

Constituents

Anthone: 28.0% Fenchone: 10.8% a-Pinene: 5.7% Limonene: 23.2%

Uses

Fennel oleoresin is attributed with being an antiseptic, expectorant, carminative, laxative, diuretic, stimulant, stomachic. It is commonly used in food processing industry as a spice.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Foeniculum vulgare dulce
  • Country of Origin     United States, Canada, Australia
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     25 C : 0.953 To 0.975
  • Optical Rotation     +11.00 to +24.00
  • Refrective Index     1.52800 to 1.54300 @ 20.00 °C
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Lavender, Frankincense and Rose.
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     168.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Description

This oleoresin is obtained by solvent extraction of the fennel seeds with the subsequent removal of the solvent. The extracts of fennel has anti-toxic properties and finds most valuable application in counterbalancing alcoholic poisoning. It has played an important part in the treatment and rehabilitation of alcoholics. The dark brown liquid has the characteristic odour and flavour of Sweet Fennel.

History

known as Fenkle in the Middle Ages, its name is from the Latin 'foenum' meaning 'hay'. The ancients believed it gave one longevity, courage and strength, and warded off evil spirits. Not only did they use it to strengthen the eyesight, but also for snakebite, colic, and fleas. Cautions: This product may cause photosensitivity and contact dermatitis. May cause skin irritation. Dilute well before use. Avoid use during pregnancy

Color & Aroma

Color : Light spicy and soft licorice,

Aroma : Fennel Sweet Essential Oil has a spicy, sweet scent. The scent is similar to that of black licorice.

Constituents

Anthone: 28.0% Fenchone: 10.8% a-Pinene: 5.7% Limonene: 23.2%

Uses

Fennel oleoresin is attributed with being an antiseptic, expectorant, carminative, laxative, diuretic, stimulant, stomachic. It is commonly used in food processing industry as a spice.


Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Foeniculum vulgare dulce
  • Country of Origin     United States, Canada, Australia
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     25 C : 0.953 To 0.975
  • Optical Rotation     +11.00 to +24.00
  • Refrective Index     1.52800 to 1.54300 @ 20.00 °C
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Lavender, Frankincense and Rose.
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     168.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Description

Fenugreek Oleoresin is derived from the dried ripe seeds of Trigonella foenum-graccum. The seeds of Fenugreek contain 50% fibre of which 20% is mucilagenous fibre. The Oleoresin of the spice contains proteins, saponins and possesses nutritive and restorative properties. Oleoresin does not have fibre content.

History

Its name is derived from the Latin foenum for Greek hay, illustrating its use in classical times as feed. Fenugreek is an ancient spice, although currently not much used in the West. It was used by the ancient Egyptians to combat fever, and later throughout the Mediterranean basin as cattle fodder. By the Middle Ages, it was being grown as a medicinal plant in India and throughout Europe, and in India it is still used in Ayurvedic medicine, and as a yellow dye.

Color & Aroma

Color : Brownish yellow in colour with a Characteristic aromatic odour of Fenugreek,

Aroma : Pale yellow to light brown liquid

Constituents

Volatile oil content: 0.4% Residual solvent: <10 ppm

Uses

Oleoresin contains much essential oil and is widely used for flavoring food. When added to syrup, the syrup has maple syrup flavor. When added to butter, the butter flavor increases. It is also used for tobacco fragrance and, of cause, increases curry flavor. It is also attributed for being an antiseptic, expectorant, carminative, laxative, diuretic, stimulant, stomachic.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Trigonella foenum-graecum
  • Country of Origin     India, Iran, Nepal, Bangladesh
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     84625-40-1
  • Flash Point     61 C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Fennel Seed Oleoresin (5Per VOC)
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Description

Fennel oleoresin is extracted from dry seeds. This natural product is scientifically proven to be anti-toxic oil. The most valuable application of the oleoresin is in counterbalancing alcoholic poisoning, and it has played an important part in the treatment and rehabilitation of alcoholics.

History

Pliny (AD 23-79), the Roman author of The Naturalis Historie believed that serpents ate fennel as it improved their eyesight. Fennel was used by roman as it helps to cure digestive problem while Greek used this herb as a mean to lose weight.

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark brown liquid with the characteristic odour and flavour of Sweet Fennel,

Aroma : Spicy, woodsy scent.

Constituents

Volatile oil content: 16-21 ml / 100g Residual solvent: <15 ppm

Uses

Fennel oleoresin is attributed with being an antiseptic, expectorant, carminative, laxative, diuretic, stimulant, stomachic. It is also considered to be invigorating, stimulating and warming.


Features:

  • Botanical Name     Foeniculum vulgare dulce
  • Country of Origin     United States, Canada, Australia
  • Solubility     Soluble in vegetable oil
  • Specific Gravity     25 C : 0.953 TO0.975
  • Optical Rotation     +11.00 to +24.00
  • Refrective Index     1.52800 to 1.54300 @ 20.00 °C
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Bergamot, geranium, clary sage, lavender, myrrh.
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     145.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Ginger Oleoresin (30Per VOC)
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Description

Oleoresin is employed for flavoring of all kinds of food products. It is widely used as an aromatic, carminative, stomachic and stimulant. Ginger oleoresins also find limited use in perfumeries.

History

Garlic is a native of central Asia and dates back to 6000 years. It is also grown in Asia, Africa, Europe and Mediterranean region. It was used for both culinary and medicinal purposes by ancient Egyptians.

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark brown to lack colour with the Characteristic aroma of fresh Garlic,

Aroma : Strong and pungent garlic aroma.

Constituents

Volatile oil content : 30% Residual solvent : <10 ppm

Uses

Oleoresin is employed for flavoring of all kinds of food products. It is widely used as an aromatic, carminative, stomachic and stimulant. Ginger oleoresins also find limited use in perfumeries.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Allium sativum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in Oil, Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.893 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation     -48.5
  • Refrective Index     1.4950 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart     Bulbs
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     8002-60-6
  • Flash Point     168.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Green Chilli Oleoresin (3.3Per capsaicin)
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Description

A pure capsaicin is a hydrophobic, colorless, odorless, crystalline to waxy compound.

History

Chili peppers have been a part of the human diet in the Americas since at least 7500 BC. There is archaeological evidence at sites located in southwestern Ecuador that chili peppers were domesticated more than 6000 years ago,[6][7] and were one of the first self-pollinating crops cultivated in Central and South America.[8]

Color & Aroma

Color : Orange, Green,

Aroma : Straw, Veggie, Lightly Spicy

Constituents

Capsansin and capsorubin

Uses

hese are widely used to add depth and complexity to beverage flavours. These are also playing an active role in confectioneries and savory concepts. Used cakes, instant noodle, pickles, canned food, butter food, seafood, meat, pork, sausage, cosmetics, medicine, etc. These are used to treat uralgia, postherpetic neuralgia, cluster headaches, joint problems, mouth sores and more.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name N/A
  • Country of Origin South America, India
  • Solubility Water Soluble
  • Specific Gravity Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index Not Applicable
  • PlantPart Fruit
  • Bland With Chili peppers and other ingredients
  • CAS No Not Applicable
  • Flash Point Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method Solvent Extraction

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Green Chilli Oleoresin (6.6Per capsaicin)
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Description

These are the important component of chili peppers, which are plants belonging to the genus Capsicum. Suitable for mammals, they are produced as a secondary metabolite by chili pepers..

History

Chili peppers have been a part of the human diet in the Americas since at least 7500 BC. There is archaeological evidence at sites located in southwestern Ecuador that chili peppers were domesticated more than 6000 years ago,[6][7] and were one of the first self-pollinating crops cultivated in Central and South America.

Color & Aroma

Color : Orange, Green,

Aroma : Straw, Veggie, Lightly Spicy

Constituents

Capsaicin powder and Oleoresin Capsicum.

Uses

Playing an active role in food industry, these are commonly used in food products to add spice or "heat." However, these are also used in topical ointments to relieve the pain and treat diseases like heartburn, heart disease, psoriasis and to reduce itching and inflammation effects.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     N/A
  • Country of Origin     South America, India
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Fruit
  • Bland With     A habanero chili oil and Capsaicin powder
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Green Ginger Oleoresin
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Description

Green ginger oleoresin is extracted from fresh ginger. It retains the wholesome flavor that closely matches the parent spice. The oleoresin may be rendered water soluble with the use of permitted emulsifier or converted to powder by dispersing on dry carriers such as flour, dextrose or rust powder.

History

Ginger has been recorded as far back as five thousand-year-old Greek literature to 200 B.C. Ginger had great historic & medicinal value and used as a spiritual beverage, , digestive aid, etc. Traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic Indian systems said believed that ginger has as a healing gift from God. It is said that Ginger was brought to Europe during 10th century as a spice and sauce. Even today, ginger is the world’s most widely cultivated herb.

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark brown viscous liquid & spicy odor,

Aroma : Ginger oil has a wary, spicy and woody scent.

Constituents

Volatile oil content : 35% Residual solvent : <10 ppm

Uses

The green ginger oleoresins find application in flavor formulation where fresh note of the spice is prime quality determinant.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name     zingiber officinale rosc. oleoresin
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.87500 to 0.88500 @ 25.00 °C
  • Optical Rotation     -30° to -60°
  • Refrective Index     (25° C) : 1.4870 to 1.4880
  • PlantPart     Roots
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8002-60-6
  • Flash Point     168.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Mace Oleoresin (40Per VOC)
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Description

Mace Oleoresin is the end product obtained by solvent extraction of the dried flowers of Myristica fragrance van Houtte, Myristicaceae with the subsequent removal of the solvent. It is a semisolid, waxy material. The color of the oleoresins ranges from pale buff to amber to dark orange, odour and taste are characteristic of nutmeg.

History

Mace essential oil was originated in Spain and is similar to nutmug. It is widely demanded in European market where it was widely used in combating digestive issues and fevers.

Color & Aroma

Color : Brownish red free-flowing liquid,

Aroma : Medium and spicy scent

Constituents

Essential oil content: 19 - 21 % Solvent residue: max. 25 ppm Solvent: Hexane or Isopropyl Alcohol

Uses

Mace Oleoresins are used as spice and seasoning mixes, for meats, sausages and other food preparations.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Myristica Fragrans
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Husk
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8007-12-3
  • Flash Point     190°F
  • Extraction Method     solvent extraction

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Pepper Long Oleoresin
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Description

Indian long pepper is a plant. The fruit of the plant is used to make medicine. Indian long pepper is sometimes used in combination with other herbs in Ayurvedic medicine.

History

Long pepper reached Greece in the sixth or fifth century BCE, though Hippocrates, the first writer to mention it, discussed it as a medicament rather than a spice.[4] Among the Greeks and Romans and prior to the European discovery of the New World, long pepper was an important and well-known spice. The ancient history of black pepper is often interlinked with (and confused with) that of long pepper, though Theophrastus distinguished the two in the first work of botany. The Romans knew of both and often referred to either as just piper; Pliny erroneously believed dried black pepper and long pepper came from the same plant. Round, or black pepper, began to compete with long pepper in Europe from the twelfth century and had displaced it by the fourteenth. The quest for cheaper and more dependable sources of black pepper fueled the Age of Discoveries; only after the discovery of the New World and of chili pepper, called by the Spanish pimiento, employing their word for long pepper, did the popularity of long pepper fade away.[5] Chili peppers, some of which, when dried, are similar in shape and taste to long pepper, were easier to grow in a variety of locations more convenient to Europe. Today, long pepper is a rarity in general commerce. Long pepper is known to contain Piperlongumine, a compound believed to have an anti-tumor effect.[6]

Color & Aroma

Color : grayish brownish yellow semi-solid liquid with spicy odor,

Aroma : paprika, chili peppers and cayenne peppers

Constituents

Pepper berries grow in long clusters, and turn green, then red, as they ripen. The stage at which they’re harvested (and whether or not they are husked) determines the color of the resulting spice.

Uses

Today, long pepper is a very rare ingredient in European cuisines, but it can still be found in Indian vegetable pickles, some North African spice mixtures, and in Indonesian and Malaysian cooking. It is readily available at Indian grocery stores, where it is usually labeled pippali.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     piper nigrum
  • Country of Origin     Indonesia, India
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Root
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8002-56-0
  • Flash Point     132.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     CO2 Extraction

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Nutmeg Oleoresin (30Per VOC)
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Description

Nutmeg oleoresin is the natural extract of dried seeds of Myristica Fragrans Houttyn of family Myristicaceae. It bears a tenacious history of hailed alternative and magical abilities. The oleoresin has gratifying aroma and slightly warmly taste sensation.

History

Ancient Greeks athletes used to ate large quantities of onion because it was believed to lighten the balance of blood. The cultivated onion was introduced to North America by Christopher Columbus on his 1492 expedition to Hispaniola. In 16th century onion was prescribed by doctor as it helps with infertility in women.

Color & Aroma

Color : a yellowish red to light brown viscous liquid with pungent smell,

Aroma : Strong, unpleasant, sulphuraceous odor.

Constituents

Essential oil content: 30% Solvent residue: max. 30 ppm

Uses

Nutmeg oleoresin is widely used to flavor varieties of cooked foods, confectioneries, puddings, meats, sausages, sauces, veggies, and drinks.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Myristica Fragrans
  • Country of Origin     Indonesia
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.880 - 0.9100 @ 20 C
  • Optical Rotation     (+80°)-(+ 30°) @ 25 C
  • Refrective Index     1.4720 - 1.4860 @ 20 C
  • PlantPart     Bulbs
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     8008-45-5
  • Flash Point     115.00°F
  • Extraction Method     solvent extraction

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Nutmeg Oleoresin Nutmeg Oil
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Description

Nutmeg oleresin is the natural extract of dried seeds of Myristica Fragrans Houttyn of family Myristicaceae. It is derived by solvent extraction of Dry seeds of Nutmeg in stainless steel vessels at hygenic processing parameters. The oleoresin has gratifying aroma and slightly warmly taste sensation.Nutmeg oleoresin bears a tenacious history of hailed alternative and magical abilities.

History

Ancient Greeks athletes used to ate large quantities of onion because it was believed to lighten the balance of blood. The cultivated onion was introduced to North America by Christopher Columbus on his 1492 expedition to Hispaniola. In 16th century onion was prescribed by doctor as it helps with infertility in women.

Color & Aroma

Color : a yellowish red to light brown viscous liquid with pungent smell,

Aroma : Strong, unpleasant, sulphuraceous odor.

Constituents

Essential oil content: 30% Solvent residue: max. 30 ppm

Uses

Nutmeg oleoresin is widely used to flavor varieties of cooked foods, confectioneries, puddings, meats, sausages, sauces, veggies, and drinks.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Myristica Fragrans
  • Country of Origin     Indonesia
  • Solubility     Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.880 - 0.9100 @ 20 C
  • Optical Rotation     (+80°)-(+ 30°) @ 25 C
  • Refrective Index     1.4720 - 1.4860 @ 20 C
  • PlantPart     Bulbs
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     8008-45-5
  • Flash Point     115.00°F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Turmeric Oleoresin (35Per Curcumin)
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Description

Turmeric Oleoresins are obtained by extracting ginger and dried rootstock of turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) of zingiberaceae with ethyl alcohol, oil, or organic solvent . The chief component of this oleoresin is curcumin. Tumerone, zingiberene are the other constituents of volatile oil. Turmeric oleoresin is reported to possess many pharmacological and anti inflammatory actions.

History

Over 2500 years, turmeric has been used in India and is the essential part of the Ayurvedic system of medicine. It was first used as a dye and then later for its medicinal properties.

Color & Aroma

Color dark yellow brown with spicy odor,

Aroma This oil has a very spicy and a woody fragrance.

Constituents

Curcuminoids 55% Volatile oil content 35%

Uses

Turmeric oleoresin may be widely used as coloring and flavoring agents for fast foods, jams, canned foods, etc.

Features

  • Botanical Name curcuma longa l
  • Country of Origin India and Pakistan
  • Solubility Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index Not Applicable
  • PlantPart Rhizomes of the plant
  • Bland With Blends well with other spice oils including Cinnamon Bark, Nutmeg, Citronella, Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Rosemary, and Rose.
  • CAS No 129828-29-1
  • Flash Point 170.00 Degree F
  • Extraction Method Solvent Extraction

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White Pepper Oleoresin
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Description

Native to Southern Asia, the white peppercorn ripens fully before it is picked. These are used as a stimulant, carminative and aromatic

History

It’s been used since longer time in India but it has now been greatly cultivated in China and Malaysia. Egyptian history shows its usage by the local people.

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless,

Aroma : Sharp, woody fragrance with oriental undertones

Constituents

Capsanthin and capsorubin

Uses

These are used to add colour to cheese, sauces, sweets, orange juice, spice mixtures, emulsified processed meats and egg yolks. Apart, these are also used to treat indigestion, nausea, and flatulence.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name:Pper nigrum
  • Country of Origin:India, Indonesia, Malaysia and China
  • Solubility:Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity:Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation:Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index:Not Applicable
  • PlantPart:Seed
  • Bland With: Chili peppers and other ingredients
  • CAS No:Not Applicable
  • Flash Point:Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Description

Pure vanilla extract is produced by extraction from vanilla beans in an alcoholic solution. It is a solution containing the flavor compound vanillin. The extract derived is a dark brown liquid with a characteristic odor and taste of Vanilla.

History

Valerian Root Essential Oil is gaining in popularity as a natural alternative to commercially available . Cautions: Valerian Root Essential Oil should be avoided during pregnancy, and around children. It has possible skin sensitizing properties. At low doses it appears to be non-toxic and non-irritating. There is also some documentation claiming that overuse may cause lethargy.

Color & Aroma

Color : dark brown liquid with a characteristic odor,

Aroma : Valerian Root Essential Oil has an earthy, slightly sweet scent characteristic of an oil derived from a root.

Constituents

Vanillin content min. 1% Ethanol content 17,5 - 19%

Uses

Vanilla is used in different forms for various purposes. Perfumes especially oriental ones are made using vanilla extracts. Several cosmetics like lotions, gels are also made by vanilla. The most common use of vanilla extracts can be as the food flavoring. It is added to sweet dishes, juices, desserts and so on. Vanilla has medicinal effects as well as it can improve digestion and appetite.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name:Vanilla planifolia Andr
  • Country of Origin:India
  • Solubility:Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity:1.490 @ 20 C
  • Optical Rotation:Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index:1.385 @ 20 C
  • PlantPart:Root
  • Bland With:Patchouli, Pine, Lavender, Cedarwood, Mandarin, Petitgrain and Rosemary
  • CAS No:Not Applicable
  • Flash Point:Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method:Solvent extracted

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Cassia Bark Oleoresin (60Per VOC)
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Description

Cassia oleoresin is obtained by solvent extraction of inner bark of Cinnamum Cassia followed by dispersion in approved additives. The oeleoresin comprises cinnamic aldehyde as the prime constituent, with cassia having the greater quantity.

History

The medicinal use of Cinnamon Bark was first recorded in Chinese formulations as early as 2700 B.C. The herb has been used as a healing aid for stomach upset and gas, diarrhea, rheumatism, kidney ailments, and abdominal pain. The Egyptians used it as a foot massage, as well as a remedy for excessive bile. It was used as an ingredient of mulled wines, love potions and a during birthing

Color & Aroma

Color : Clear yellow to brownish yellow liquid.,

Aroma : Organic Cinnamon Bark Oil has a warm, spicy scent that is somewhere between clove and cinnamon. It is slightly herbaceous with pepper notes.

Constituents

Volatile Oil Content : 60-61% (v/w) Residual Solvent : Less than 25 ppm

Uses

Cassia is a bigger spice with a heavier flavor, generally applied for meat dishes. It is also used to treat diarrhea, nausea and flatulence.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name     Cinnamomum cassia
  • Country of Origin     China, Bangladesh, India, Vietnam
  • Solubility     Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     Not Applicable
  • PlantPart     Bark
  • Bland With     Frankincense, Lavender, Cedarwood, Orange, Lemon, Neroli, Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Description

Capsicum Oleoresin is obtained from crushed capsicum with volatile solvents by percolation method. Its main constituents are capsaicin (2.5%) and capsanthin. This oleoresin is completely safe to be used as food condiment. The product is widely used in piquancy food and spice, or as cooking seasoning in restaurant or family. It is also valued for its medicinal properties.

History

Extraction of oleoresin capsicum from peppers involves finely ground capsicum, from which capsaicin is extracted in an organic solvent such as ethanol. The solvent is then evaporated, and the remaining waxlike resin is the oleoresin capsicum. An emulsifier such as propylene glycol is used to suspend the OC in water, and pressurized to make it aerosol in pepper spray. The high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method is used to measure the amount of capsaicin within pepper sprays. Scoville Heat Units (SHU) are used to measure the concentration or "heat" of pepper spray.

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark red liquid.,

Aroma : Characteristic odor

Constituents

Capsaicin (2.5%), Dihydrocapsaicin, and Nordihydrocapsaicin

Uses

Widely used as a food condiment. This product is a powerful irritant and a carminative, which is also used as a counter irritant in lumbago and neuralgia. It can also be used to treat stomach ache that involves poorly functioning stomach muscles and as an antibacterial agents.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name     Capsicum annum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     soluble in water, insoluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     0.5500 to 0.7540
  • Optical Rotation     -3.0 – -12 @ 16°C
  • Refrective Index     1.00 – 1.30
  • PlantPart     Fruit Peel
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8023-737-6
  • Flash Point     198°F
  • Extraction Method     Solvent extracted product with permitted diluents and emulsifieres

 

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