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Introduction to Chamomile Oil Effects

Chamomile Oil

Name: Chamomile Oil CAS NO.:8015-92-7 Product Type: Essential Oils Appearance and Odor: Light blue to light greenish-blue liquid, with the characteristic aroma of flowers. Package Specification: 180KG galvanized steel drum. Main Ingredients: Pine Terpene, Camphene, Laurethrene, Eucalyptus Brain, Terpine Terpene, Carthamene and so on. Product Preparation: Steam distillation of chamomile flowers to obtain essential oil. Package and Storage: Store in a cool and dry place, sealed. Product Form: Oil soluble fragrance. Chamomile essential oil is extracted from anthemis nobilis, chamaemelum…

Yili Lavender Product Research Report

Yili Lavender Product

With the boom in the cosmetics market and the continuous development of downstream products of lavender, the market and prospects are optimistic. Yili’s Huocheng lavender production accounts for 99% of the domestic monopoly, production is far from enough to sell, the largest lavender products processing plant in Yili Huocheng County 65 regiments, the most influential of its Iparhan brand! Yili, Xinjiang is the production base of lavender in China. Ninety-five percent of the country’s lavender comes from Yili in Xinjiang,…

Huocheng is one of the four major lavender producing regions in the world

If there is one color to describe Huocheng in Xinjiang, purple is it. Huocheng is located at the same latitude with Provence, France, and its unique natural counter-temperate climate and water and fertilizer conditions make it an ideal geographic environment for large scale lavender planting. With 95% of the world’s lavender, along with Provence, France, Hokkaido, Japan and the Caucasus, Russia, it is one of the world’s four major lavender producing regions. The photographer Ke Li, who specializes in taking…

Origins and Culture of Lavender

Lavandula lavandula

Lavender (Lavandula lavandula, Labiataceae) Lavender (Latin name: Lavandula angustifolia Mill.) is also known as perfume plant, spirit vanilla, vanilla, yellow vanilla, and lavender. It is a small shrub of the genus Lavandula in the Labiataceae family. Stems erect, stellate tomentose, old branches gray-brown, with striated exfoliating cortex. Leaves striped or lanceolate, with sparse or dense gray stellate tomentum, gray-white or olive-green when dry, entire and revolute. Verticillasters aggregated in interrupted or subcontinuous spikes at branch tips; bracts rhombic-ovate, bracteoles inconspicuous;…

Introduction to Sesame Oil and its Extraction Process

Sesame Oil

According to Ruistars, sesame is mainly distributed in Henan, Anhui, and Hubei, followed by Liaoning, Hebei, Shandong, Jiangsu, and Jiangxi in China. The oil content of sesame is between 40% and 58%, and the fatty acid composition of triglycerides is relatively simple as shown in Table 1. The content of vitamin E in sesame oil is not high (50mg/100g oil), but it is very stable and has a long shelf life. This is due to the presence of about 1%…

Gourmet Knowledge about Sesame Oil

Sesame Oil

Sesame oil is not only a seasoning that makes dishes taste better, but it has many other uses. According to Chinese medicine, sesame oil is cool and sweet in nature, and can cure many minor diseases. Now, let’s take a look at the uses of sesame oil with Ruistars! Treatment of rhinitis Dry weather, overwork, etc. can cause nasal dryness, congestion, headache and other chronic rhinitis symptoms. Sterilized cotton swabs dipped in sesame oil can be applied to the nasal…