oleoresin

NOUN
  1. a naturally occurring mixture of a resin and an essential oil; obtained from certain plants
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How To Use oleoresin In A Sentence

  • The Copaifera paupera tree produces an aromatic oleoresin that is made into oil that contains copalic acid and sesquiterpenes with reported anti-inflammatory properties, and is applied topically to herpes blisters.
  • Strobic acid-usually the major resin acid found in the cortical oleoresin of eastern white pine-was positively correlated with the rate and extent of crystallization.
  • Value-added items such as curry powder/paste/condiments and spice oils and oleoresins have also shown an increase.
  • Because the oleoresin of resin vesicles is a low-viscous liquid, it can be detected by high-resolution C MAS NMR spectra in vivo.
  • A liability to the formation of gall stones may be remedied by giving one grain of the oleoresin (iridin) every night for twelve nights. Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure
  • The weapon of torture was the chemical Oleoresin Capsicum, known as pepper spray, swabbed into their eyes with a Q-tip.
  • The term natural flavor or natural flavoring means the essential oil, oleoresin, essence or extractive, protein hydrolysate, distillate, or any product of rasting, heating or enzymolysis... whose significant function in food is flavoring rather than nutritional. Lael Hazan: Why Do Hot Dogs Come in Packs of 10, and Buns in Packs of 8?
  • The part of the copaiba tree that is used is the oleoresin (a clear yellow resin) accumulated in cavities within the trunk; it is obtained by making incisions in the tree trunk.
  • The seeds of P. nigrum are also a source of oil of pepper and oleoresin, used for flavouring sausages, tinned food, and drinks.
  • However, ß-thujaplicin is mainly contained in the heartwood oleoresin in some Cupressaceae trees at low levels.
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