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The terpenes are a group of isomeric hydrocarbons that are classified as terpenes. They each have the same molecular formula and carbon framework, but they differ in the position of carbon-carbon double bonds. Mint terpene is naturally obtained by the fractionation of Mentha arvensis oil, which is obtained by the steam distillation of over ground parts of Plant, Mentha Arvensis. Mint Terpene is a mixture of Terpenes; the basic constituents of these Terpenes are L-Limonene, Alpha Pinene, Beta Pinene, Cineol, and Octanol. It is a colourless, clear and transparent free flowing liquid and having Terpinic, characteristic odour. Mint terpenes used in food additives, perfumery and aromatherapy. Some are even thought to have medicinal properties, and to help in fighting bacteria, fungus and environmental stress.
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A technique used to isolate or purify various components present in essential oils, fractional distillation separates the volatile oil in different fractions or portions at various boiling points.
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Mentha Arvensis Oil/Cornmint Oil
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How are Mint Terpenes obtained?
Mint Terpenes are naturally obtained by the fractionation of Mentha arvensis oil, which is obtained by the steam distillation of overground parts of the plant, Mentha Arvensis.
What is the colour, odour and flavour of Mint Terpenes?
Mint Terpenes are a colourless, clear and transparent free-flowing liquid with a Terpinic, characteristic odour.
What are the uses of Mint Terpenes?
Mint Terpenes are used in beverage, aromatherapy, confectionary, oral care, personal care, tobacco flavouring and pharma and nutraceutical products.
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