Patchouli oil, the essential oil extracted from leaves of Pogostemon
cablin (Blanco) Bentham (Lamiaceae), is an important natural material used in the perfumery and food industries.
The plants used are Zizyphus Mauritania, Olive, Sesbania grandiflora, Pogostemon
benghalensis, Rosa indicia, Ocimum sanctum .
Spreng Branches and leaves of Taxillus " liquidambaricola Hosokawa Aerial part of Pogostemon
cablin " (Blanco) Be nth Young shoot of Aralia elata " Seemann Flower of Clossogyne tenuifolia " Cass Dried roots of Alpinia conchigera " Griff Roots of Sophora alopecuroides L.
The new products are: lemon, botanical name citrus limon; patchouli, pogostemon
cablin; frankincense, boswellia carteri; and frankincense, mix of boswellia serrata and carteri.
Terpenoids have already been reported in the literature as major constituents in the EO of other Lamiaceae species, such as patchoulol in Pogostemon
cablin (Blanco) Benth.
cablin, known in the West as patchouli or guang huo-xiang in China, is a long-time staple in traditional Chinese medicine for various indications, particularly gastrointestinal and skin disorders.
Essential Oils Considered Safe for Pregnancy (Guba, 2001) Essential Oil Botanical Name Cardamom Elettaria cardamomum German and Matricaria recutita, Anthemis noblis Roman chamomile Frankincense Boswellia carterii Geranium Pelargonium graveolens Ginger Zingiber officinale Neroli or Orange Blossom Citrus aurantium bigaradia Patchouli Pogostemon
cablin Petitgrain Citrus aurantium Rose Rosa damascene Sandalwood Santalum album Table 3.
cablin [Lamiaceae], or patchouli [puh-CHOO-lee] is a bushy herb which is a member of the mint family and hails from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines.
A similar result is also found in the Pogostemon
patchouli infected with Acaulospora scrobiculata, Gigaspora margarita, G.
Lamiaceae Link 28 Pogostemon
parviflorus Lamiaceae Benth.
1: 30, 1830 (accepted name: Pogostemon