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oleoresin

 [o″le-o-rez´in]
1. a natural combination of a resin and a volatile oil, such as exudes from pines, etc.
2. a compound extracted from a drug, containing both volatile oil and resin, by percolation with a volatile solvent, such as acetone, alcohol, or ether, and removal of the solvent.

o·le·o·res·in

(ō'lē-ō-rez'in),
1. A compound of an essential oil and resin, present in some plants.
2. A pharmaceutical preparation.
3. Synonym(s): balsam

oleoresin

Herbal medicine
An oily resin which can be extracted from various plants (e.g., the male fern, Aspidium oleoresin), which has been used as a vermifuge.
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Factors such as the increasing awareness about the side-effects of synthetic flavors and health benefits associated with natural extracts are projected to drive the growth of the oleoresins market during the forecast period.
Species belonging to the Protium genus (Burseraceae) produce a characteristic fragrant oleoresin with economic, medicinal, and cultural values [1,2].
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The ratings continue to reflect the Plant Lipids group's market leadership, with an established position in the spice oil and oleoresin market, and healthy financial risk profile marked by a moderate gearing and comfortable debt protection metrics.
"The process of producing an oleoresin results in an extract free from enzymes
It is considered by many pepper connoisseurs to be the best pepper in the world because of its high levels of oleoresin and volatile oils, which create a heady pungency.
They have been manufacturing oleoresins and have created enough volume to begin operating on a commercial scale, marketing to flavor and fragrance manufacturers in Europe and the U.S.
Value-added spices such as curry powder, coriander powder, spice oils and oleoresins are favored increasingly in markets outside India as they add colors and textures to food.
In collaboration with the UN Industrial Development Organisation (Unido), the UN Development Programme has also helped to improve the quality and the availability of locally manufactured medicines and to develop the export potential of essential oils and oleoresins extracted from plants.
Essential oils, oleoresins, and other natural plant extractives containing flavour constituents may be declared as natural flavour.
The remainder are sold ground and as spice essential oils or oleoresins. Ground spices consist mainly of paprika, curry powder and a range of spice mixtures.