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Pharmaceutical Grade Essential Oil

Pharmaceutical Grade Essential Oil
Pharmaceutical Grade Essential Oil
Product Code : 32
Product Description

With the support of wide distribution network and strong capabilities, we are able to manufacture, supply and export a wide range of Pharmaceutical Grade Essential Oil. These products are tested on certain quality norms in order to offer high quality oil to the customers. Known in the market for its efficacy and purity, the essential oil has a high demand in the market. Pharmaceutical Grade Essential Oil is widely appreciated in the market for its precise pH value, mild fragrance and accurate composition.

Other Details:

Extraction Process:
Rosemary Oil BP is extracted through distillation from fresh flowers of rosemary plant. The flowers yield 1.0-2.0% of oil.

Chemical Composition:
The major components were alpha-pinene (40.55 to 45.10%), 1, 8-cineole (17.40 to 19.35%), camphene (4.73 to 6.06%) and verbenone (2.32 to 3.86%).

Essential Oil Information:
Rosemary Oil BP is different from ordinary rosemary oil as it complies with all the standards and norms defined by British Pharmacopoeia. The rosemary is a small evergreen plant that mainly grows in Italy, Dalmatia, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, France, Portugal and North Africa. The oil extracted has a clear and refreshing herbal smell. Cosmetic industry uses rosemary oil as a great ingredient in anti-aging creams. The oil shows an excellent toning and binding effects on loose, sagging skin. In appearance, the rosemary herb has scaly bark and dense, leathery needle like leaves.

Material Specification:
Test Limits Reference
Appearance Clear, mobile, colorless to pale yellow liquid with a characteristic odor BP
Identification The characteristic peaks in the chromatogram obtained with the test solution are similar in retention time to those in the chromatogram obtained with the reference solution in the Chromatographic profile test. BP
Relative Density 0.895 to 0.920 BP
Refractive Index 1.464 to 1.473 BP
Optical Rotation -50 to +80 BP
Acid Value Not more than 1.0 BP
Chromatographic Profile
BP
(a-Pinene %)
(Camphene %)
(B-Pinene %)
(B-Myrcene %)
(Limonene %)
(Cineole %)
(a-Cymene %)
(a-Cymene%)
9.0 % - 14.0%
2.5 % - 6.0%
4.0 % - 9.0%
1.0 % - 2.0%
1.5 % - 4.0%
38.0 % - 55.0%
0.8 % - 2.5%
5.0 % - 15.0%
0.1 % - 1.5%
1.0 % - 2.6%
1.5 % - 5.0%
Not more than 0.4%
BP
Microbial Enumeration Tests :
- Togal Aerobic Microbial Count (TAMC)
- Total Combined yeast / Moulds Count (TYMC)
- Tests for Specified Microorganisms:
- Staphylococcus aureus
- Pseudomonas aeruginosa
- Candida albicans
- Escherichia coli
- Salmonella
- Entero and gram-negative bacteria
Not more than 100 CFU/g
Not more than 10 CFU / g
Should be absent / g
Should be absent / g
Should be absent / g
Should be absent / 10 g
Not more than 100 CFU /g
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