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Related to cineol: Cineole oil
cin·e·ole also cin·e·ol (sĭn′ē-ōl′)
[Alteration of New Latin cinae oleum : cinae, genitive of cina, wormseed + Latin oleum, oil; see oleo-.]
cineol (ˈsɪnɪˌɒl) or
(Elements & Compounds) another name for eucalyptol
[C19: changed from New Latin oleum cinae, literally: oil of wormseed]
References in periodicals archive
Its essential oil contains cineol
, borneol, and thujone.
56 [micro]g/ml) and mixture of the limonene: 1,8 cineol
It has been reported that Okinawan mugwort (Artemisia Princeps Pampan) contains bioactive functional components including sitosterol, cineol
Known as oil of curcuma, it contains borneol, cineol
, curcumin, phellandrene, turmerone and zingerone.