artemesia
ARTEMISIA

  • COMMON NAME : Artemisia , Nepal-organic
  • LATIN NAME : Artemisia vulgaris
  • COUNTRY OF ORIGIN : Nepal
  • CULTIVATION METHOD : Cultivated, organically grown
  • TYPE : Essential oil
  • EXTRACTION METHOD : Steam distillation
  • PLANT PART : Roots and stem
  • USE : Aromatherapy, respiratory care

Description

Artemisia comprises hardy herbaceous plants and shrubs, which are known for the powerful chemical constituents in their essential oils. Artemisia species grow in temperature climates of both hemispheres, usually in dry or semiarid habitats.

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFIC GRAVITY@20
0.9253
REFRACTIVE INDEX@20
1.47406
OPTICAL ROTATION@25
-27.754
PHYSICAL APPEARANCE
Liquid 
conforms
COLOR 
Golden or green color
conforms
ODOR 
sweet
conforms
SOLUBILITY
Soluble in alcohol, insoluble in water
SPECIAL USE INSTRUCTIONS
Dilute before use
Primary constituents
A-thujone,camphor, B-thujone
Components
Retention time(min)
%
A-pinene
13.330
3.01
A-fenchene
13.934
4.16
camphene
14.019
3.29
sabinene
15.097
8.73
B-pinene
15.289
1.53
A-phellandrene
16.503
0.87
Para-cymene
17.455
3.38
Limonene 
17.662
0.92
Eucalyptol 
17.825
7.30
Gamma-terpinene
19.093
0.74
A-thujenal
21.342
0.72
A-thujone
21.474
11.01
B-thujone
21.974
5.39
Chrysanthenone 
22.407
4.83
Camphor 
23.421
6.30
Borneol 
24.402
1.42
Terpinen-4-ol
24.908
0.74
A-terpineol
25.516
0.49
Lavandulyl acetate
29.966
1.19
A-copaene
34.110
0.51
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