Celery is one of the many popular herbs that are directly used in food items to add flavour and aroma. It is thus obvious that the oil extracted from it will be full of aroma too. Besides, it comes along with a great deal of good attributes that are enviable. The oil is extracted from the herb by crushing and filtration. The filtered oil is clear in look and highly fluid. It brings with, besides aroma, the medicinal values that come with its natural constituents. It is extracted from the plant Apium graveolens. It has a high ORAC value of 30300 µTE per 100 grams, and is also known as parsley oil.
· Among its many uses, the most popular is in cooking. An intake of celery oil with such a high ORAC value makes sure the free radicals in the blood stream are all eliminated.
· Celery oil is great for the liver. Its natural ingredients make sure the bile secretion in the liver is controlled and of good quality. It in fact disinfects the liver.
· Celery oil is also great for the kidney. It helps clean the kidney and avoids the formation of stone in there.
It blends well with oils of similar aroma and fragrance, like lemon grass oil. It is also blended with other varieties for better taste and benefits.
The oil contains linoleic acid, eudesmol, coumarins, chlorophyll, quercitin, imperatorin, guaiacol, phthalide, apiol, limonenbe, flavonoids, besides a lot of minerals that occur naturally.
|Product Code||SVA - 232|
|Botanical Name||Apium Graveolens|
|Solubility||Soluble in Oils & Insoluble in water|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation|
|Optical Rotation||+62° To +98° @ 20°C|
|Color & Odor||Pale Yellow to Orange Yellow colour & odor is Spicy-Warm, Sweet|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Refractive Index||1.4580 – 1.4900 @ 20°C|
|Specific Gravity||0.846 – 0.910 @ 25°C|
|Major Constituents||D-Limolene , Beta-Sliene|
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