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Ajowan Caraway Oleoresin (Trachyspermum ammi)
Ajowan Caraway Oleoresin is obtained from the seeds of Trachyspermum ammi, commonly known as Ajowan. The chemical constituents such as Gama-terpinene P-Cymene and Thymol are responsible for the characteristic aroma of Ajowan. It also possesses a decent amount of riboflavin, phosphorus, thiamine, calcium, etc., thus used for various medicinal applications.
Almond Oleoresin (Prunus dulcis)
The edible seeds of Prunus dulcis are the source of Almond Oleoresin. Almonds contain an impressive range of nutrients. The presence of phytic acid makes it a healthy antioxidant. It is one of the richest sources of Vitamin E, thus associated with numerous health benefits. Oleic acid – a type of monosaturated fatty acid found in almonds, improves the body’s better cholesterol level.
Basil Oleoresin (Ocimum sanctum)
Ocimum basilicum, commonly known as Basil, is a member of the Mint family. Basil provides some macronutrients, such as calcium and vitamin K. Basil is rich in volatile essential oils like Eugenol. The Eugenol present in the leaves ensures anti-inflammatory action in the digestive tract and provides a wide range of benefits.
Botanical Name- Ocimum basilicum
Bay Leaf Oleoresin (Laurus nobilis)
Bay Leaf Oleoresin is derived from the leaves of Laurus nobilis. This culinary herb is full of potent bioactive compounds and has a characteristic aroma. Bay leaves contain cineol, a-pinene, linalool, methyl chavicol, ß-pinene, myrcene, limonene, and lauric acid, which are potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial compounds. Bay leaf oleoresin is a good
Black Pepper Oleoresin (Piper nigrum)
Black Pepper- Piper nigrum, is one of the most popular spice used all over the world. Commonly known as Kaali Mirch in India, Black Pepper is a dried form of unripened green berries. Major alkaloids present in Black Pepper are Piperine, Chavicine, and Piperidine. The Bioactive component Piperine has potent antioxidant properties. Black Pepper is rich in Vitamin A and K in addition to diet
Capsicum Oleoresin (Capsicum annum)
Capsicum annum is the most widely used spice all over the world for its intense and unique flavor. It is a rich source of antioxidants and has a high level of vitamin C and E with carotenoids and xanthophylls. Capsaicin, A water-insoluble derivative of Homovanillic acid, is the active component present and responsible for its benefits.
Cardamom Oleoresin (Elettaria cardamomum)
Cardamom Oleoresin is sourced from the seeds of Elettaria cardamomum. Cardamom is a prominent component of traditional Indian medicines, also used as an aromatic and flavoring agent. It is packed with vitamins A, C, and minerals such as calcium, sodium, potassium, etc. The abundance of main constituents is sabinene, limonene, terpinene, eugenol, cineol, nerol, geraniol, linalool, respon
Celery Oleoresin (Apium graveolens)
Celery Oleoresin is derived from the Apium graveolens plant, which belongs to the Apiaceae family. Celery contains a fair amount of nutrients such as vitamin C, beta carotene, flavonoids, etc. Its chemical constituents- butylphthalide and sedanolid impart characteristics aroma and taste. Celery Oleoresin is known for reducing inflammation, and it also possesses anti-microbial and antioxid
Cinnamon Oleoresin (Cinnamomum verum)
Cinnamon is an ancient spice belonging to the Lauraceae family is a part of almost every kitchen from all over the world. It is a spice loaded with antioxidants such as polyphenols. Cinnamon Oleoresin contains different phytochemicals such as Cinnamaldehyde, Eugenol, Camphor, etc., attributing it to various pharmacological virtues. Cinnamon Oleoresin prevents microbial growth and works as an excel
Coriander Oleoresin (Coriandrum sativum)
Coriander Oleoresin is derived from the seeds of Coriandrum sativum. Coriander contains a fair amount of Vitamin A, Vitamin K, and antioxidants such as terpinene, quercetin, and tocopherols, ensuring better health. Various chemical constituents such as linalool, α-pinene, camphor, γ-terpinene, and D-limonene are responsible for its aroma and taste.
Cumin Oleoresin (Cuminum cyminum)
Cumin Oleoresin is derived from the seeds of Cuminum Cyminum L., which belongs to the family Apiaceae. Commonly Known as Jeera, Cumin has been used as a culinary spice since ancient times. Cumin Oleoresin contains bioactive substances such as β-pinene, p-cymene, γ-terpene, cuminaldehyde, and phellandral, responsible for its various benefits. Cumin Oleoresin has antioxidant, digestive, d