|:||Pimento Racemosa / Laurus Nobilis |
Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Brownish with highly characteristic, warm, sweet phenolic-spicy odour|
|:||Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils|
|:||0.905 – 0.929 @ 20°C|
|:||-10° to -22°|
|:||1.455 – 1.480 @ 20°C|
Plant Part Used
DESCRIPTION:Known for its compatibility with coriander and cedar wood extracted oils, Bay Leaf Oil has distinctive strong and pungent aroma. Commonly referred as bay laurel, sweet bay, true laurel and noble laurel, this essential oil has bitter smell. It is used to formulate hair tonics, cosmetic items, personal care products like colognes and soaps for men.
CONSTITUENTS:Presence of elements like alpha terpineol, Methyl eugenol, chavicol, geranyl acetate, eugenol, alpha pinene, limonene, neral, myrcene, beta pinene, methyl chavicol and linalool can be noticed in Bay leaf Oil.
AROMATIC SUMMARY / NOTE / STRENGTH OF AROMA:Long lasting top note fragrance
BLENDS WITH:Bay Leaf Oil mixes easily with other essential oils of juniper, Cedar wood, lemon, geranium, lavender, eucalyptus, rosemary, ginger, rose, coriander and orange.
COMMON NAMES:Bay leaf is also referred as tej patta, Mediterranean bay, sweet bay, laurel.
USES:As far as its commercial application is concerned, it can be said that this bay leaf oil is used to produce personal care items like cologne and soaps, hair care tonic and cosmetic for men. Featured with spicy and long lasting strong smell, this oil also has medicinal properties that are used to treat dandruff for accelerating hair growth. It is also used for boosting blood circulation, for curing neuralgia, rheumatoid arthritis and muscular pain. In food processing unit, oil of bay leaf is used for preparing ready to eat stews, soups, sauces and various other processed edible products.