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Cajuput Oil

Cajuput Oil

Cajuput Oil

Cajuput Essential Oil, Melaleuca cajeputi, also called White tea tree essential oil, White tree essential oil, and Swamp tea tree essential oil, is closely related to other members of the Melaleuca group, notably eucalyptus, niaouli, and tea tree. Cajuput essential oil is produced by steam distillation of the fresh leaves and twigs from a tall evergreen tree up to 30 meters high, having thick pointed leaves and white flowers, and a flexible trunk with whitish spongy bark, hence the Malaysian name ‘caju-puti’ or white wood. It is blended with Angelica, bergamot, cloves, geranium, lavender, and thyme.

Chemical Components:
a-pinene, B-pinene, myrcene, a-terpinene, Limonene, 1,8-cineole, y-terpinene, p-cymene, terpinolene, Linalool, terpinen-4-ol, a-terpineol. The Composition and Bactericidal Activity of oil of Melaleuca alternifolia. Mildly analgesic, antimicrobial, antineuralgic (pulmonary, urinary, intestinal), anthelminthic, diaphoretic, carminative, expectorant, febrifuge, insecticide, sudorific, tonic.

Toxicological Properties:

Uses & Precaution:

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Productcajuput Oil
Lot No.As mention on the label
Manufacturing DateJune 2010
Best BeforeJune 2012 (Please follow standard storage conditions for better shelf life)

Caraway Oil

Caraway Oil

Botanical Name: Carum Carvi
Family: Umbelliferae
Description & Extraction:
It is a very old spice used by Egyptians in Stone Age as a food flavoring. Romans in bread making and now it is mostly used in cooking. Method of extraction is Steam distillation of dried crushed seeds and fruits

Blends well with:
Basil Oil, Chamomile Oil, Coriander Oil, Frankincense Oil, Ginger Oil, Lavender Oil, and Orange Sweet Essential Oil

Chemical Composition:
Carvone, limonene, carveol, dihydrocarveol, α- and β-pinene,sabinene and perillyl alcohol.

Toxicological Properties:
It is a colorless to pale yellow seem like cloudy Liquid. The roots of caraway plants were said to warm and stimulate a cold, languid stomach. It was combined with milk to make a bread which formed the chara of Julius Caesar that was eaten by the soldiers of Valerius.

Uses & Precautions:

Caraway thyme has a strong caraway scent and is sometimes used as a substitute for real caraway in recipes. Other similar members of the family Apiaceae include anise, fennel, dill, cumin, licorice-root (Ligusticum), and coriander (cilantro). The plant prefers warm, sunny locations and well-drained soil rich in organic matter. In warmer regions it is planted in the winter months as an annual. In temperate climates it is planted as a summer annual or biennial. As a culinary herb, caraway is frequently used in German and Austrian cooking as a seasoning for cheese, dumplings, port, goose and sausages. It continues to be used for sauerkraut as well as breads, cakes, and sweetmeats.

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ProductCaraway Oil (40% Thymol)
Lot No.As Mentioned On Label
Manufacturing DateFeb 2010
Best beforeFeb 2012
AppearanceFluid liquid
ColourPale Yellow to Brownish, Amber liquid
OdorThe odor is Aromatic characteristic Possessing a Strong & Peculiar typical of fruit. The taste is quit burring, warm & biting with the reflection of Cumin.
Botanical SourceCarum Carvi
CAS No.8000-42-8
FEMA No.2238

Physico-Chemical Properties:-
Specific Gravity0.910 -0.920
Optical Rotation+70o To + 80o
Refractive Index1.485 - 1.492 (1.498)
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