Ajowan plants bear small tiny seeds widely growing and cultivated in India, majorly in North East India. The Ajowan plants are evergreen plants, which grows throughout the year and is known for its herbal and medicinal benefits. It scatters a pungent kind of aroma and is also noted as Indian spices. As Oleoresin behaves as a substitute of spices and it carries both volatile and nonvolatile constituents of spices, the Ajowan seed has this characteristic and is pale green in color post extraction.
Thymol, p-cymine, a-terepinene, b-pinene
The Ajowan seed as Oleoresin is widely used for spice flavoring. The other medicinal properties of the oil make its use in the treatment of bowel disorders, upset stomach, digestive problems and every stomach related issues. For increasing the immunity in the body, the oil is marked as to be the best one. The other benefits of the oil are its antiseptic and germicidal properties.
|Botonical Name||Trachyspermum Copticum|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Color & Odor||Pale green oily liquid with characteristic aroma|
|Solubility||Soluble in oil insoluble in water|
|Optical Rotation||Upto 5Â°|
|Refractive Index||1.498 â€“ 1.504|
|Major Constituents||Thymol, P-cymine, A-terepinene, ÃŸ-pinene, Dipenene|
|Extraction Method||Solvent Extraction|
|Name||Ajowan Seed Oleoresins|