Description of Basil Oil Indian

Basil Oil Indian is one of the more popular contemporary origins of basil oil, as its savory, spicy, slightly sweet aroma is highly desirable among modern consumers. The oil is considered a “Methyl Chavicol” type, indicative of its high concentration of that chemical component. Indian basil oil is also more economical in comparison to the Comores type, which allows it to be used in a wider variety of applications. Powerful and impactful, basil oil Indian distinguishes itself from other Methyl Chavicol types through its intense but pleasant profile.
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Aroma & Flavor of Basil Oil Indian

Odor is sweet and herbal, with tarragon-like green undertones. Taste is reminiscent of anise and fennel, with an almost root beer-like nuance.

Botanical Name of Basil Oil Indian

Ocimum basilicum l.

Appearance of Basil Oil Indian

Pale Yellow Liquid







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Principle Constituents of Basil Oil Indian


Refractive Index of Basil Oil Indian

1.4950 - 1.5150 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Basil Oil Indian

0.9250 - 0.9550 @ 25C

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