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Beta-caryophyllene is a bicyclic sesquiterpene that is found in essential oils including basil, copaiba, black caraway, oregano, lavender, rosemary, cinnamon, ylang-ylang, and clove.
It is usually found as a mixture with isocaryophyllene (the cis double bond isomer) and α-humulene (obsolete name: α-caryophyllene), a ring-opened isomer.
Beta-caryophyllene can be manufactured from turpentine by-products industrially.
APPLICATIONS & USES
- used as food additive, in spice blends and citrus flavors, especially in chewing gum. The recommended dosage is about 2~200mg/kg in the final flavored food.
- used in soaps and detergents.
- used to synthesize other fragrances, such as for the synthesis of more valuable spices such as acetyl caryophyllene.
- used in the preparation of imitations of essential oil and deodorant
Effects: Calming, Relaxing
Medical value: Anti-inflammation, Anti-bacterial, Anti-oxidant
Mostly found in: gum turpentine, Black Caraway, cloves, hops, basil, oregano, black pepper, lavender, rosemary
- Plastic Drum, 185kg net each
- flammable materials should be stored in a separate safety storage cabinet or room
- ground all equipment containing material
- keep away from heat
- keep away from sources of ignition
- keep container tightly closed
- keep in a cool, well-ventilated place
|GHS Hazard Statements|
|Response||P301+P310 P302+P352 P331 P333+P313 P362+P364|
S-phrases: S26-S36 | R-phrases: R36/37/38
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