Garlic Oil

Botanical Name of Raw Material:  Allium sativum 

Garlic is a bulbous plant and belongs to Onion genus Allium. Garlic is widely used around the world  as a seasoning or condiment and for medicinal purposes because of its pungent, spicy flavour.  Garlic essential oil is obtained by the steam distillation of bulbs of Allium sativum. The oil is a pale yellow to brownish yellow liquid with a characteristic alliaceous odour. The oil consists mainly of allyl sulphides. The product is mainly used in flavour applications.

SpecFormatSolubility
Diallyl trisulphide: 15.0 – 40.0%LiquidOil Soluble

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Our Process

STEAM DISTILLATION

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.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How is Garlic Oil extracted?

From the onion genus allium species, garlic is a bulbous plant widely used as a seasoning or condiment. Garlic essential oil is obtained by the steam distillation of the bulbs of Allium sativum. It is largely used in flavour applications. Garlic oil mainly consists of allyl sulphides.

What are the colour and aroma profiles of garlic oil?

An oil-soluble liquid, garlic oil usually ranges from pale yellow to brownish yellow in colour and has a distinct alliaceous odour.

What is garlic essential oil used for?

Garlic essential oil is mainly used in flavour applications. Garlic essential oil manufacturers like Mane Kancor are popular for pure and natural extracts.

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