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Betel Leaf Oil

Betel Leaf Oil

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"Betel Leaf Oil" is obtained by the Hydro - Distillation of the leaves of piper betle.

Organoleptic Properties:-
Appearance Fluid liquid
Colour Light Yellow to darker
Odour The odour is distinctly Phenolic, almost Tar like or Smoky. Its flavour is Bitter Acrid, Warm & Unpleasantly Sharp biting.
Botanical Source Piper Betle

Physico-Chemical Properties:-
Refractive Index At 30oC 1.500 To 1.5240
Optical Rotation At 30oC (-) 1.5 To (-) 4
Specific Gravity At 30oC 1.0440 To 1.0540
Main Constituents Phenols up to 75% & Mainly in this Chavibetol Para Allyl Phenol, Hydroxy Chavicol.
Solubility Soluble in Alcohol and other Organics solvents & insoluble in water.
Use Tobacco & Pan Masala industries, some extant in Perfumery compound and in Betel flavour Candies.


Toxicological Properties:
It is a Carminative, stimulant, aromatic, antiseptic, warming and aphrodisiac. It is a yellow to brown clear liquid.

Uses & Precautions:


Summary:
The Betel leaf is cultivated in most of South and Southeast Asia. Since it is a creeper, it needs a compatible tree or a long pole for support. Betel requires high land and especially fertile soil. Waterlogged, saline and alkali soils are unsuitable for its cultivation. The betel quid, or paan, as consumed in various parts of the world, consists of:
Dried leaves and wood ash are applied to the furrows at fortnightly intervals and cow dung slurry is sprinkled. Application of different kinds of leaves at monthly intervals is believed advantageous for the growth of the betel.

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"Betel Leaf Oil" is obtained by the Hydro - Distillation of the leaves of Piper Betle.

Organoleptic Properties:-
Appearance Fluid liquid
Colour Light Yellow to darker
Odour The odour is distinctly Phenolic, almost Tar like or Smoky. Its flavour is Bitter Acrid, Warm & Unpleasantly Sharp biting.
Botanical Source Piper Betle

Physico-Chemical Properties:-
Refractive Index At 30oC 1.500 To 1.5240
Optical Rotation At 30oC (-) 1.5 To (-) 4
Specific Gravity At 30oC 1.0440 To 1.0540
Main Constituents Phenols up to 75% & Mainly in this Chavibetol Para Allyl Phenol, Hydroxy Chavicol.
Solubility Soluble in Alcohol and other Organics solvents & insoluble in water.
Use Tobacco & Pan Masala industries, some extant in Perfumery compound and in Betel flavour Candies.

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