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Peppermint Oil

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

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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Ginger Oil

It can be used to formulate food flavors, and can also be used in small amounts in some cosmetics and soap flavors. GB2760-96: Permitted food spices. my country GB2760-96 stipulates that it is allowed to use edible spices. Mainly used in cakes, cookies, alcoholic beverages, carbonated beverages, strawberry flavor, pineapple and mint flavors, etc.

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Peppermint Oil

Cornmint oil, Japanese mint oil is produced by steamdistillation of the flowering herb Mentha arvensis var. piperascens Malinv. The crude oil contains up to 80% (?)-menthol, which can be isolated by crystallization at low temperature.
The residual dementholized oil is a colorless to yellow liquid with a characteristic minty odor. Dementholized oil (“DMO”) still contains about 33–45% (?)-menthol; (?)-menthone and (+)-isomenthone (25–40% together) are other major components. The oil is steam

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Pine Needles Oil Dwarf

Pine needle essential oil is the essential oil extracted from pine needles. This oil is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, which is an important ingredient to "melt" cholesterol and remove impurities in blood vessels. It can effectively remove excess cholesterol in blood vessels and play a great role in reducing blood viscosity. At the same time, it can increase the elasticity of blood vessels and make blood flow smooth. It can regulate blood pressure and has a blood pressure lowering effect on hypertensive patients. Pine needle essential oil is also a secret factor that has a two-way regulating effect on blood pressure. Pine needle oil has an inhibitory effect on the proliferation of gastric cancer SGC-7901 cells, and the inhibitory effect is significantly enhanced as the concentration of pine needle oil increases.

White Camphor Oil

Used in medicine and soap flavors, and can also be used to make varnishes and shoe polishes

Orange Sweet Oil

From leaves; small, whole, unripe fruits; twigs; and flowers: Petitgrain oil of sweet orange can be obtained from the above by steam distillation. Its production is low because of its limited application (perfumery). From fruit (peels): Sweet orange essential oil is extracted from peels of partially ripened fruits in 0.4 to 0.5% yields using suitable machinery for the rupturing of the oil-bearing cells (expression). A less valuable quality of essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of p

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Basil Oil

The properties of basil oil (Ocimum basilicum) are noted to include stimulating, tonic, purifying, and anti-microbial. Basil oil’s constituents include methyl chavicol, eucalyptol, linalool, and estragol. It is often used as a carrier oil and for fragrance, and may have some application in acne preparations.

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Costus Oil

The oil is obtained in approximately 0.7% yields by steam distillation after maceration in water of the comminuted dried roots. Since the oil contains water-soluble components and has a specific gravity similar to that of water, it is subsequently recovered from the distillation waters by extraction with solvents. The oil has a characteristic persistent odor reminiscent of orris, violet and vetiver.

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Capsicumoleo Resin

Flavoring agent; coloring agent; flavoring agent. my country GB2760-97 stipulates that it is allowed to use edible spices. In the food industry, it can be used as flavoring, coloring, flavoring agent and fitness aid, etc.
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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