One mL of phenylacetaldehyde (Acros Organics, Bridgewater, New Jersey), geraniol
(Acros Organics, Bridgewater, New Jersey), anisole (Acros Organics, Bridgewater, New Jersey), and benzaldehyde (Sigma Aldrich, St.
Indoor Protection Against Mosquito and Sand Fly Bites: A Comparison Between Citronella, Linalool, and Geraniol
At mid-range concentrations, citral and cinnamaldehyde were liked the best, compared to geraniol
and methyl cinnamate.
- A Review of a Commercially Important Fragrance Material, S.
terpineole, trans- Antiseptic, carveole, geraniol
fragrantissima oil is rich with sesquisabinene hydrate, bisabolene epoxide, camphor, and caryophyllene oxide; also limonene, menthol, azulene, and thujone are found in moderate amount, while santolina alcohol, lanceol, cedrene, and granny geraniol
are found in a minor amounts (Table 1).
Coriander is cultivated for the high commercial values of its leaves and seeds, considered as natural sources of essential oils used in the pharmaceutical and food industry, such as the petroselinic acid, geraniol
, limonene and linalool (Carrubba, 2009; Hassan & Ali, 2013).
15) Sour rot can reduce terpenes; for example, free geraniol
, nerol and linalool concentrations declined and transfuran linalool oxide, benzyl alcohol, 2-phenylethanol increased in one study of Riesling.
The Surf Tropical Lily and Ylang Ylang contains: |15-30% anionic surfactants, nonionic surfactants, soap; |Less than 5% enzymes, optical brighteners, perfume, phosphonates, butylphenyl, methylpropional, citronellol, geraniol
, hexyl cinnamal, limonene and linalool.
For example, geraniol
, which lends a citrus flavor to lemon thyme, is also a component of lemon balm.
The active ingredients present in this grass are Citronellol Geraniol
which is responsible for its antibacterial, astringent, anti-fungal, anti-oxidant, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory properties.
An esterase is involved in geraniol
production during palmarosa influorescence development.