Description of Ho Leaf Oil

Harvested and steam-distilled alongside the fragrant wood of the Cinnamomum Camphora plant, Ho Leaf oil has a sweet and floral aroma that is often compared to a mixture of coriander and bois de rose. Clean and delicate-smelling, the odor of ho leaf has very few notes of camphor (if any), instead possessing a much stronger affinity towards pure linalool. In fragrance, ho leaf oil is used in a multitude of different perfumes, particularly those which include other sweet or floral ingredients. The oil’s high versatility, combined with its pleasant odor and high mixability, makes it a staple product among soaps, detergents, and other commercial fragrances.

Aroma & Flavor of Ho Leaf Oil

Aroma is sweet, floral, and clean, with a “delicate” nuance comparable to bois de rose. Odor smells almost purely of linalool, becoming slightly woody and warm upon dry down.


Botanical Name of Ho Leaf Oil

Cinnamomum Camphora (L.) J. Presl


Appearance of Ho Leaf Oil

Colorless Liquid

Cas#

8022-91-1

EINECS

294-760-2


EXTRACTION method of Ho Leaf Oil

Distillation


Refractive Index of Ho Leaf Oil

1.4570 - 1.4690 @ 20C


Specific Gravity of Ho Leaf Oil

0.8500 - 0.8700 @ 25C


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Documentation
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• Safety Data Sheet
• Certificate of Analysis
• Specification Sheet
Technical Data Sheet



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