cineole


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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-.]

cin•e•ole

(ˈsɪn iˌoʊl)

also cin•e•ol

(-ˌɔl, -ˌɒl)

n.
a colorless liquid terpene ether, C10H18O, used in flavoring, perfumes, and medicine.
[1880–90; alter. of New Latin oleum cinae=oleum oil + cina wormseed]
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antioxidant, flavonoids, (3- antifungal, healing Caryophyllene, 1,8- properties, cineole anticonvulsant Ziziphus joazeiro antimicrobial, saponins Mart.
The flavour - said to be an aphrodisiac due to cardamom being high in cineole, an ingredient which increases blood flow around the body - was picked up by The Mail Online and championed by Alan Titchmarsh and guests in his TV show earlier this year.
Furthermore, fast deterioration of monoterpenes hydrocarbons, such as the sabinene; 1,8 cineole, and [alpha]-pinene; as well as the alcoholic compounds, are due to a high speed of the oxidization of these essential oils [19].
Ada cayi yapraklarinin damitilmasi ile elde edilen ada cayi yagi; salvene, pinene, camphor, cineole, borneol, thujone, sponin, diterpene, phenolic asit, salviatanin, ursokolik asit, kafeik asit ve flavonoidleri icerir (1-3).
There are 4 tables in this chapter which even address oils known for their 1,8 cineole content as well as those with a commercial or medicinal potential.
Those with other types of respiratory disorders including bronchitis have also found benefits by regular consumption of tulsi, mainly due to presence of components like Camphene, Eugenol and Cineole in its essential oils.
The medicinal oil whose useful properties reside largely in its 1,8 cineole content is commonly sold in pharmacies and general retail outlets or in the form of sprays, cough lollies and ointments or in formulation with other oils as a general purpose liniment designed to provide relief from muscular aches and pains.
Cardamon - contains two androgens (the hormones that increase sexual desire in men) and cineole, a compound known to stimulate the central nervous system.
The species Asteromyrtus symphyocarpa, known locally as the `mol' or `waria waria' tree, produces an oil similar to eucalyptus oil, with high levels of the desirable therapeutic chemical, 1, 8 cineole.
The chief component of eucalyptus is a volatile oil which contains the chemical cineole.
Relationships among moisture stress, insect herbivory, foliar cineole content and the growth of river red gum Eucalyptus camaldulensis.