Description of Lemongrass Oil Guatemalan

Lemongrass Oil is steam-distilled from the leaves of the Cymbopogon flexuosus plant, which grows throughout many regions of Africa, India, South America, and the Caribbean. The plant was originally used as feed for tropical livestock, though its widespread abundance and pleasant aromatic qualities quickly made it an inclusion in countless Asian and African-style foods. The aroma of Lemongrass Oil is strong and fresh, with a grassy and citrus nuance that is immediately recognizable. It also retains a herbaceous, tea-like note that is quite pleasant in both flavors and fragrance applications.

Aroma & Flavor of Lemongrass Oil Guatemalan

Aroma is strong and fresh, with a grassy and citrusy top note paired with herbaceous, tea-like undertones. It is quite tenacious and can retain a pleasantly clean, slightly aldehydic smell for up to 72 hours.


Botanical Name of Lemongrass Oil Guatemalan

Cymbopogon flexuosus (nees ex steudel) will. watson


Appearance of Lemongrass Oil Guatemalan

Yellow Liquid

Cas#

8007-02-1

FEMA

2624


EXTRACTION method of Lemongrass Oil Guatemalan

Steam Distillation


Principle Constituents of Lemongrass Oil Guatemalan

Citral


Refractive Index of Lemongrass Oil Guatemalan

1.4830 - 1.4890 @ 20C


Specific Gravity of Lemongrass Oil Guatemalan

0.8690 - 0.8940 @ 25C


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Harvest Schedule of Lemongrass Oil Guatemalan

4 MONTHS OF THE YEAR


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