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Information about utilization of specific oils

Published on March 14, 2014

Author: amanralli

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Utilization of specific oils: Utilization of specific oils By : Amanpreet Singh B.Pharmacy Geranium oil:: Geranium oil: Source: steam distillation of tender parts of genus Pelargonium (Geraniaceae) The cultivated species are: P. graveolens, P. odoratissium and P. radulata Geographical source: Belgium, Congo, Spain, Greece etc. PowerPoint Presentation: Major constituent is geraniol and citronellal. Other are linalol, menthone, isomenthone and limonene. Odor is strong somewhat rose like. Non- toxic, non-irritant, non- sensitizing. Properties:: Properties: Antidepressant Antibacterial Antifungal Nematicide and insecticidal Mild analgesic and sedative Antiseptic (remedy for burns) Utilization:: Utilization: Good insecticide or mosquito repellant due to terpene content Treatment of inflammation with mild soothing effect Skin care in eczema and psoriasis Flavoring agent in food products and drinks AROMATHERAPY: used as fragrance in all cosmetics. It is beneficial for menstrual and hormonal problems Sandal wood oil: Sandal wood oil East Indian Sandal wood oil is obtained from Santalum album (Santalaceae) Australian species are S. spicatum General properties:: General properties: Odor: characteristic sweet woody odor Excellent blending properties and presence of high boiling point constituents of the oil Utilization:: Utilization: Used to calm and cool the body and to ease sunstroke. Sedative and used to treat anxiety & depression. Used in manufacturing of attars (perfumes) Antiseptic and diuretic In urinary problem like cyctitis. Menthol: Menthol Source: derived either from peppermint oil or species of mint i.e. Mentha arvensis, Mentha spicata and Mentha piperita It is colorless crystalline compound Properties:: Properties: Cooling sensation Flavoring properties Antipruritic Anti spasmodic Carminative Cooling Sensation:: Cooling Sensation: It is due to stimulation of thermo-receptors of nasal cavity. It is used as: topically to relieve nasal congestion Analgesic for mouth and pharynx infection Mouth wash formulation for oral hygiene. Flavoring Property:: Flavoring Property: Used as flavor in medicine and other preparations. For food technologies, it is used in liquors, soda & also in tobacco. Antipruritic:: Antipruritic : Medications that inhibit the itching It is used as an emmolient, adjunctive and protective agent for cracks, insect bites. Antispasmodic & Carminative:: Antispasmodic & Carminative: Orally used for treatment of dyspepsia, epigastric blotting, impaired digestion and flatulence. It enhance urinary & digestive elimination Pharamceutical uses:: Pharamceutical uses: Itch- relieving creams Shaving creams Short term relief of minor sore throat Relief of muscle aches, sprains. Eucalyptus oil: Eucalyptus oil Oil distilled from fresh leaves of E. globulus & other species, family Myrtaceae Colorless or straw-colored with characteristic odour & taste Chemical constituents: 70% cineol & consists of terpene (cymene) Utilization: Utilization Divided into 3 classes: Medicinal oils Industrial oils Aromatic oils Stimulant & antiseptic properties: Stimulant & antiseptic properties Used as antiseptic gargle Astringent effect on inflamed throat Used in upper respiratory tract problems & in bronchitis Increases cardiac action Its emulsion used in urethral infections In veterinary, used in horses for influenza, distemper in dogs & in all animals in septicaemia PowerPoint Presentation: Cineol present in it has antiseptic, antiviral & expectorant effect Decongestant activity used in syrups, lozenges & preparation for inhalation Chest massage of eucalyptus oil also very useful in congestion Stimulates immune system Vapors kills the air-borne microbes Formulation/dosage form: Formulation/dosage form Oil ½-3 minims used for inhalation for asthma, diptheria ,sore throat etc. Local application in treatment of ulcer & sores For irrigation , ½ ounce in ½ pint lukewarm water Commercial use: Commercial use Oil obtain from E. amygdalina & E. dives , contain eucalyptol (Sp. Gravity 0.866-0.885 & optical rotation -59 to -79) Used in extraction of ores & separation of metallic sulphide Aroma purpose: Aroma purpose Contain lemon scent & used for perfumery Also used in soaps Also used in synthesis of menthol Citral : Citral It is also known as Lemon grass oil. It is aliphatic terpene aldehyde obtained from volatile oil of lemon verbena ( Aloysia triphylla ) Verbenaceae. Also derived from wild plants of Backhousia citriodora in eastern and southern Australia Listea cubeba, small tree in Indo-China. Properties:: Properties: Color: slightly yellow State: liquid Odor: penetrating lemon odor Specific gravity: 0.893- 0.897 Boiling point: 117-119˚C Optically inactive. Utilization:: Utilization: Used in flavors like apple, grape, orange and strawberry tec. Number of semi-synthetic derivatives are available with wide spectrum of odor of commercial importance Ionone used in artificial violet perfumes. Aromatherapy with sedative properties Antiseptic properties. Vetiver oil: Vetiver oil Biological source:- It is obtained from Vetiveria zizanioides L. Family – Gramineae Constituent:- The main constituents of vetiver oil are vetiverone, vetiverol, vitivene and cadinene PowerPoint Presentation: Pharmacological properties:- Antiseptic : skin care of acne, cuts, dry skin Antispasmodic : muscle pain and spasm Rubefacient : increase blood flow to sore muscle Circulatory stimulant : it revitalizes by fortifying RBC Fixative : soaps, cosmetics and perfumes PowerPoint Presentation:  Uses:- As a refrigerant In the production of eugenol,isoeugenol and their esters and ethers Used as a raw material for producing vanillin Stimulant Burns, sores and as diaphoretic Midst trauma condition Aromatherapy for muscular rheumatism, arthritis, anxiety, insomnia PowerPoint Presentation: Thank you

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