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Jasmine Sambac Absolutes
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Jasmine Sambac Absolutes
Jasminum sambac (syn. Nyctanthes sambac) is a species of jasmine native to southwestern and southern Asia, in the India. It is an evergreen vine or shrub reaching up to 1-3 m tall. The leaves are opposite or in whorls of three, simple (not pinnate, like most other jasmines) , ovate, 4-12.5 cm long and 2-7.5 cm broad. The flowers are produced in clusters of 3-12 together, strongly scented, with a white corolla 2-3 cm diameter with 5-9 lobes. The flowers open at night, and close in the morning. The leaves and flowers grow on short stalks. Blooming all through the year, Sampaguita are pure, white, small, dainty, and star-shaped blossoms. Sampaguita flowers do not bear seeds; therefore, the plant is cultivated by cuttings. The fruit is a purple-black berry 1 cm in diameter.
There are three varieties of Sampaguita: single petal (singled petal flowers with five oval shaped petals) , double (singled and doubled petal flowers with elongated petals) , and double-double (semi doubled and doubled petal flowers) The double layered Sampaguita are called kampupot, which are less fragrant.
The three major varieties - Maid of Orleans, Belle of India, and Grand Duke - differ from each other by the shape of leaves and flowers structure.
Cultivation and uses
It is widely grown throughout the tropics as an ornamental plant for its strongly scented flowers. Numerous cultivars have been selected, including some with fully-double flowers such as the cultivar Grand Duke of Tuscany'.
Sampaguita is used often in religious offerings, symbolizing Divine Hope. It's distinct sweet, heady fragrance is its unique feature. Sampaguita is also used medicinally; many people used it for alleviation of ailments such as headaches, fever, cough, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. The roots were used to treat wounds and snake bites. The leaves and the flowers have antipyretic and decongestant properties.
The Sampaguita flower is one of three national flowers in Indonesia (adopted in 1990) , the other two are the Moon Orchid & the Giant Padma. It is also the most important flower in wedding ceremonies for ethnic Indonesians, especially in the island of Java.
Sampaguita was imported into the Philippines in the 17th century from the Himalayan regions. In the Philippines the flower is known as sampaguita and was adopted by the government as its national flower in 1937. The name sampaguita is a Spanish term that comes from the Filipino words sumpa kita, which mean You are my promise. Filipinos string the flowers into leis, corsages, and crowns; these are offered to religious statues and images in churches, home altars, and outdoor shrines. These garlands are commonly sold by vendors outside churches and near stoplights, some in loose strings of blossoms while others in tight clusters of buds. The sampaguita garlands may also be used in welcoming guests, especially those considered to be of high rank whether it be a visiting dignitary, the President, or a local celebrity. The flower is also distilled, with its oils being sold in stores; this is believed to be a cure for headache.
In Cambodia, the flower is used as an offering to the Buddha. Since 96.5% of Cambodians are Buddhists, it is widely known throughout the country. The season of the flower begins in June, the month that provides the most rain. During this month, many civilians thread the flower buds onto a wooden needle to be presented to the Buddha.
In Bengali, the flower is known as beli and is extremely popular for its sweet fragrance. It is used to make garlands to adorn women's hair. In Hawaii, the flower is known as pikake, and is used to make fragrant leis.
In China, the flower is processed and used as the main ingredient in jasmine tea.
In India, Sampaguitas can grow as large as small roses. And in South India, they are strung into thick strands and worn as a hair adornment
Jasmine Sambac OIL
Jasmine Grandi Concrete
lemon Grass oil (82%)
LEMON CITRONELLA OIL
Acarus calamus oil
cumin seed oil
curry leaf oil
Ginger grass oil
Black pEpper oil
gum benzoin - (flavour grade
GUM BENZOIN - (Food GRADE
NATURAL CITRAL (85%)
We are pleased to introduce ourselves as one of the producers of natural extracts in the name of M/ S RAJKEERTH AROMATICS AND BIOTECH PVT LTD with a build in floor space of 30000sqft spread over a 5 acres with modern amities about 75kms south of Chennai. We comply with the statutory norms of PCB, ISO 2001: 9000, EXPLOSIVES , SSI, INSPECTOR OF FACTRIES, Excise, Sales tax etc. Weextract through the following processes.
- Solvent extraction process
- Hydro and steam distillation.
- Fractional distillation of essential oils
- Resonoid benzoins
We are specialized in solvent extraction process of flowers like, Tuberose, Jasmine Grandiflorum & Sambac, Lotus, Rose, Mimosa and various herbal extracts. Our process involves unique triple filtration methods for better purification. We use various solvents depending upon the application from Hexane, Diethyl acetate, Acetone, Ethylene dicholoride, Toulene etc.
Hydro and Steam distillation.
We are doing distillation of various Grasses like palmrose , lemon grass , Javacitronella, Clove leaf oil, roots .
We have fractional distillation capacity upto 1500kg/ day. Our one of the columns is of 1250kgs capacity Of SS316 , of total ht 70 ft . It is a state of art with latest technology capable distilling upto 2deg separation.
We have good hydrogenation facility upto 600kg to do citronellal to citronellol and di methyl octonal.
We have capacity to do 500kg/ day of resonoid benzoins , Labdanam, MYRR.
Capacities and capabilities;
We have Solvent Extracts of 9nos of 5000lts and 5nos of 2500lts, 2nos of 1000lts with adequate Storage tanks . We can also undertake ethenol and methanol extraction.
Our Steam distillation can be done with 800kg for each of five extractors.
1. Fractional distillation upto 2500kgs/ day
2. Hydrogenation upto 500 to 600kgs/ day
3. Gum Benzoin upto 500 to 600kgs/ day
1) ISO Certificate 9001: 2008
2) Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Bored Certificate
3) Explosive License Certificate
4) Sales Tax (VAT&CST) Certificate
5) Inspector of Factory
6) Export & Import Certificate
7) Excise duty Certificate
8) Company of Incorporation
9) (SSI) Small Scale Industries Certificate
10) ECGC policy
We are exporters to our customer:
a. Biolandes – France.
b. Dazzlers & Toppers P. Ltd. – USA
c. Tree Life of Pharma Ltd. – Israel
d. Agropharm Chemical Company – Hong Kong
Our Indian customer:
1) Tojo Vikas International P. LTD – New Delhi
2) S.H.Kelkar - Mumbai
3) Indo World Trading Corporation – New Delhi
4) S.H.Kelkar - Mumbai
5) Falcon – Banglore.
6) Arora Aromatics - Moradabad, UP
7) AOS Products P Ltd – New Delhi
8) A.M.Aromatic & Essential Oils – Banglore
9) Natural & Essential Oils P. Ltd – Mysore
10) Shree Nath Chemicals – Budaun, UP
11) A.A.A. Fragrance – Ahmedabad
12) Seema International – New Delhi
13) Nesstate Flora – Coimbatore (TN)
14) Kapco International – Parwanoo (HP)