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Curry Leaf Oil

Botanical Name of Raw Material: Murraya koenigi 

Curry tree is a small bush, belonging to the famiy of Rutaceae. Curry leaves are also widely used in Ayurveda, as a herbal plant, to keep body and soul in good health. Thus, curry plants are a common sight in the backyards of many rural residences in India. They are a popular seasoning in curries as well. Curry Leaf Oil is obtained by the steam distillation of leaves of Murraya koenigi. The oil is a free-flowing liquid with a colourless to pale yellow appearance. The product is sweet and spicy, with a bitter tone, an odour characteristic of some spices. Its major components are Caryophyllene, beta phylladrene and limonene. The oil is mainly used in flavouring applications. Mane Kancor is a leading manufacturer of curry leaf oil. Our Curry leaf oil is compliant with global food safety standards and exported to over 75 countries worldwide.

beta-phellandrene: 35.0 – 60.0%LiquidOil Soluble

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Steam distillation is the technical process applied to recover the heat sensitive compounds from spices. Spice oils are unstable and heat sensitive compounds are present in the spice.




How is curry leaf oil extracted?

From the Rutaceae family, the curry tree is native to India. A commonly used culinary herb, curry leaves are known for its health benefits as well. Curry leaf oil is obtained by the steam distillation of the leaves of Murraya koenigi. The main components of curry leaf oil are caryophyllene, beta phylladrene and limonene.

What are the colour and aroma profiles of curry leaf oil?

A free-flowing liquid, curry leaf oil usually ranges from colourless to pale yellow in colour. The oil has a sweet and spicy fragrance with a bitter undertone.

What is curry leaf essential oil used for?

Curry leaf essential oil is usually used in flavouring applications. Curry leaf essential oil manufacturers like Mane Kancor, are known for their pure natural extracts.

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