Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Yellow to golden yellow viscous liquid with a warm-spicy, woody and camphoraceous cineolic odor.|
|:||Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils|
|:||0.87000 - 0.91400 @ 20oC|
|:||1.510 - 1.530 @ 20°C|
|:||Curcumenone, , zederone- curzerenone-dehydrocurdione.|
Plant Part Used
DESCRIPTION:Nar Kachur Oil is obtained by steam distillation process from the rhizome part of Curcuma zedoaria Rosc herb. The derived oil has stimulating effect on digestive tract. Apart from its digestion boosting properties, this oil is used to relieve ulcer caused by mental anxiety. Its application can be noticed in perfumes and flavour producing industries.
CONSTITUENTS:This fragrant oil contains compounds like curmanolide A, 5-epoxide, curcumenone, furanodienone, dehydrocurdione, isocurcumenol, germacrone-4, zederone, curzerenone, curmanolide B and curcumenol.
AROMATIC SUMMARY / NOTE / STRENGTH OF AROMA:The top note aroma of this oil has resemblance to the pleasant smell of camphor, wood and spice extracted oils.
BLENDS WITH:This oil can be mixed with the essential oils of Clary Sage, sandalwood, Chamomile, Cedar wood, Coriander and Cinnamon.
COMMON NAMES:This oil is also referred as Curcuma oil.
USES:Nar Kachur Oil is effective in relieving digestive complications and it is used to boost gastrointestinal function for patients suffering from flatulent colic. Apart from treating stress related ulcer, this oil is used to produce perfumes and flavour enhancing agents.