Description : Nutmeg oleresin is the natural extract of dried seeds of Myristica Fragrans Houttyn of family Myristicaceae. It is derived by solvent extraction of Dry seeds of Nutmeg in stainless steel vessels at hygenic processing parameters. The oleoresin has gratifying aroma and slightly warmly taste sensation. Nutmeg oleoresin bears a tenacious history of hailed alternative and magical abilities.
Nutmeg Essential Oil is derived from the evergreen tree capable of growing 20 meters in height. It produces a fleshy red fruit. The exterior husk is dried and produces Mace essential oil, while the seeds produce the Nutmeg essential oil.
Nutmeg was used by the Indians for intestinal disorders, by the Egyptians in embalming and by the Italians during the Plague. In the Middle Ages Nutmeg was grated and mixed with lard as an ointment for piles. Nutmeg oil is used in soap, candle making, dental products and hair lotions.
Uses : Nutmeg oleoresin is widely used to flavor varieties of cooked foods, confectioneries, puddings, meats, sausages, sauces, veggies, and drinks.
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|Description||:||Oleoresin Nutmeg is the natural extract of dried seeds of Myristica Fragrans Houttyn of family Myristicaceae.|
|Manufacturing Process||:||It is obtained by the solvent extraction of Dry seeds of Nutmeg in stainless steel vessels at hygenic processing parameters.|
|Applications||:||Food Flavouring, Medicine, Perfumery etc.|
|Physical Appearance||:||It is a yellowish red to light brown viscous liquid with fluidity and pungent vigorous taste of Nutmeg.|
|Spice Equivalent||:||About 5-10 kgs of Oleoresin replaces 100 Kgs of dried Nutmeg|
|Packing||:||10, 20,40 kgs, HDPE Carbouys|
5, 10, 25,20,40 kgs, Epoxy coated Steel Drums
|Shelf life and Storage||:||24 months. Product should be stored in full tight containers at controlled atmosphere protected from direct heat and light.|
Specific Gravity (at 20° C)
|:||0.880 to 0.9100|
|:||Free from Microbial contaminants.|