Clove bud oil is derived from the bud of the clove tree. The other parts of the plant also give oils, like the leaf and the stem. The plant is rich in natural minerals and other ingredients, which is why almost all of its parts are beneficial for medicines and for the human race. The oil is extracted from the bud and filtered after crushing. There are some chemicals also used for the extraction. The oil is clear and fluid in nature. It has an easy flow and also a very strong aroma. The strong aroma is typical to the clove that is very popular as a spice. The aroma is also a reflection of its great medicinal and herbal properties, generating from the rich natural ingredients that it contains.
· It is used as a cooking agent when blended with other edible oils.
· It is used as a topping for many food items to add aroma and flavour.
· It is a refresher for stress. Thus, it finds usage as a stress reliever.
· It is helpful to overcome headache. Its typical aroma helps the cause.
· It is often mixed with other varieties of aromatic oil in massage therapy.
· It is good for digestion and the alimentary canal.
It is often blended with varieties of oil that are aromatic and also edible. Its blend with lemon grass is very popular.
It is rich in eugenol that imparts the flavour to it. Besides, it is also rich in linalool, linoleic acid and coumarine.
|Product Code||SVA - 233|
|Botanical Name||Syzgium Aromaticum|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam distillation|
|Optical Rotation||-2° - +0° @ 20°C|
|Color & Odor||Pale yellow to clear yellow & Characteristic clove odor.|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Refractive Index||1.528 – 1.537 @ 20°C|
|Specific Gravity||1.030 – 1.063 @ 20°C|
|Major Constituents||Eugenol , B – Carophyllene , Acetyl Eugenol|
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