Buchu Betulina Leaf Oil Extra

Buchu Betulina Leaf Oil Extra
Country of Origin: South Africa
Botanical Name: Barosma betulina
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
Plant material used: dried leaves
 
Cas No: 68650-46-4
Flash Point: 65 degrees C (closed Cup)
Uses: Flavor, perfume
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A herb which grows wild and abundant in South Africa.
Tinctures, oleoresins and other extracts are products for pharmaceutical purposes.
 
One of the main constituents of Buchu is Diosphenol, a terpenoid phenol. It is responsible for the antiseptic effect. A significant percentage of menthone in the oil is probably the cause of the
minty odor and somewhat cool flavor of the oil.
 
The main chemical component of buchu oil: d-pulegone, iso-pulegone, diosphenol, 4-diosphenol, iso-menthone and menthone.
 
Buchu leaf is used in:
chypre bases, certain types of colognes, etc. for its powerful,
diffusion and freshness.
 
Color: Pale yellow to deep yellow liquid, can crystallize
Odor: Very peculiar: strong, bitter-sweet, minty-camphoraceous, rootlike, penetrating & somewhat medicinal, reminiscent of cough preparations.
 
The leaves have a rue-like smell, and are used by the natives to perfume their bodies.

Caution:
May cause skin irritation.
Do not use during pregnancy. 
External use only.
Do NOT use undiluted on the skin.
Store away from children & pets.
 
Ref:
Arctander, Steffen : Perfume & Flavor Materials of Natural Origin
pg. 107 / 108
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