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    Natural Spices

    Peppermint Oil

    (8006-90-4)
    Peppermint oil has always been a popular flavoring agent and can be used in chewing gum, candy, ice cream and sauces. It can also be used in dental preparations and in the treatment of digestive disorders. Because of its cool feeling, it is used in tobacco products. Similarly, this peppermint oil can be used for non-alcoholic beverages, soft drinks and cookies (such as butter cookies).

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    Citronella Oil

    (8000-29-1)
    Citronella oil is one of the important natural spices. It can be directly used as soap spices, mainly used for separation and extraction of citronellal and geraniol, and further to synthesize citronellol, hydroxy citronellal, rose alcohol, menthol and other important spices. Soap perfumery, manufacture of hydroxycitronellal, insect repellent.

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    Clove Oil

    (8000-34-8)
    Clove oil, the traditional cure for toothache, can do more than numb the gums. This sweet, warm, spicy oil is an effective antiseptic that can be applied to infected wounds; in fact, when diluted to 1 percent, clove oil is up to four times more effective than phenol in killing bacteria. An effective insect repellent, clove oil can be used on herbal flea collars or added to herbal sprays. Taken internally, it helps prevent flatulence, digestive problems and diarrhea. As clove oil was traditionally recommended for strengthening the uterus and aiding in childbirth (some authorities recommend that women eat cloves during their last month of pregnancy and drink clove tea during labor), this essential oil may be helpful to dogs and cats in the week before giving birth. Clove oil is also an effective vermifuge or worm killer.
    Three types of clove oil are available: clove bud, clove leaf and clove stem. All three can cause skin and mucous membrane irritation and should be greatly diluted when used topically. Clove bud oil has the lowest eugenol percentage and is the least toxic. All of the clove oils are safe for internal consumption and are widely used flavoring agents.
    Like cinnamon, cloves can be added to a pet's food. Use freshly ground cloves for this purpose because the spice's essential oils deteriorate rapidly after grinding. This is why freshly ground cloves smell so different from ground cloves that have been sitting on a shelf for months. The essential oils in whole cloves will dull the plastic parts of your spice grinder (clean it immediately after use with soap and water) and if you fill vegetarian gelatin capsules (Vegicaps) with ground cloves, their essential oil will cause the capsules to shatter within a few days. Regular gelatin capsules will not break. clove bud oil has similar properties to clove oil, though it is most often used for its odor-masking properties. Distillates from dried buds are considered of higher quality than those obtained from the stems and leaves. Clove oil derived from the plant’s leaves is sometimes used to adulterate the oil obtained from the bud. Clove oil is an essential oil used in tooth powder, confectionery, microscopy; local anesthetic for toothaches; some perfumery uses(honeysuckle; rose; balsam; aftershave fragrances; herbal)

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    Litsea cubeba oil

    (68855-99-2)
    my country~"s GB 2760-96 stipulates that it is allowed to use edible spices. It is also used as a raw material for solitary citral.

    Cinnamon Oil

    (8007-80-5)
    Used extensively as spice and flavoring in foods, beverages, pharmaceuticals. Ingredient in spice blends such as garam masala. cinnamon oil (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) is said to have a stimulating effect on the skin. It can also be used for fragrance. Widely recognized for its tonic and antiseptic properties, cinnamon oil is very important in traditional pharmacopoeia. Cinnamon oil is used in a wide variety of skin care and make-up preparations. It is obtained from distillation of the plant’s leaves. It can cause irritation if used in high doses. cinnamon bark oil has similar properties to those of cinnamon oil, but this distillation of the plant’s bark is considered of much higher quality than extractions from the plant’s leaves. use in high doses or in high concentrations could produce skin irritations.

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    Anise Oil

    (8007-70-3)
    Pharmaceutic aid (flavor). As condiment and flavor in foods or beverages; in manufacture of liqueurs.

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    Geranium oil

    (8000-46-2)
    Used as food spices, mainly used in tobacco, wine and other food flavors. The dosage is 210mg/kg in chewing gum; 8.1mg/kg in baked food; 5.2mg/kg in candy 6.9mg/kg; 5.2mg/kg in cold drink; 2.8mg/kg in cold drink; 1.6mg/kg in soft drink; 1.1~ in pudding 2.0mg/kg.

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    Natural spices refers to the original and unprocessed directly applied animal and plant fragrance parts; or the fragrance that is extracted or refined by physical methods without changing its original composition. Natural flavors include animal and plant natural flavors. Animal natural spices are the most commonly used, and commercial varieties include musk, civet, beaver and ambergris. Botanical natural flavors are a mixture of various chemical components extracted from plant flowers, fruits, leaves, skins, roots, stems, grasses, and seeds. "Natural Spices" on Echemi mainly supplies raw materials for Natural Spices.
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