Botanical name: trachyspermum copticum
Family: apiaceae (parsley family)
Description & extraction:
the ajowain essential oil is highly used in india for flavouring and for
home made medications from ancient times. It is basically used in stomach
ache. It is a perfumary raw material. The ajowain essential oil is highly
valued in spasmodic, carminative and a good stimulent tonic. Ultimately
benificial for health. It is extracted by the steam distillation process.
Blends well with:
ajowain essential oils blend well together, parsley oil, thyme oil, sage
50 % thymol ,α-pinene, p-cymene, limonene and γ-terpinene.
This valued considerably in medicine on account of the presence of thymol.
The oil of ajwain is an almost colourless to brownish liquid with
characteristic odour and a sharp hot taste. Ajwain is called omam in the
southern part of India. Anti-microbial, antispasmodic, antiseptic,
carminative, stimulant, germicide and tonic.
Uses & Precautions:
Avoid in Pregnancy , Used after consulting with Aromatherapist.
Ajowain Oil, which is an essential oil, distilled from aerial parts
(flowers, leaves) of ajowain. The plants are grown in Algeria, however,
isothymol (50%) was earlier found to be the dominant constituent before the
thymol, p-cymene limonene and ³-terpinene. This essential oil is
spelled differently in various parts of India as well as world.
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||Ajowan Oil (40% Thymol)
||As Mentioned On Label
||Very light Yellow colour
||Warm, Spicy, Pungent and typical odour of Thyme
||0.910 to 0.930 (0.925)
||Slightly Dextrorotatory t0 +5 (+3.5)
||1.4870 to 1.504 (1.498)
||40.54% + by GC-MS