|Flash Point||47 degree C|
|Shelf Life||1 Year|
|Storage||Cool & Dry Place|
|Application||Pharma and Food|
|Pack Size||50ml - 2 Liters|
Ajwain oil is derived from the herb scientifically known as Trachyspermum ammi, or Caram copticum. Ajwain oil belongs to Apiaceae family, originated from Egypt and spread throughout South West Asia such as in India, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan. The plant of Ajwain oil grows approximately up to 2 feet, predominate winter crop. Ajwain is annual shrub with small, soft hairs and its fruits are grayish in color and oval in shape. Ajwain oil is used in the preparation of medicines.
Properties : Ajwain oil is pale yellowish in color, burning taste with characteristic thyme odor.
Chemical Composition : Ajwain oil is chemically composed of thymol, β-pinene, γ-terpinene, carvacrol, dipentene, and p-cymene.
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