Synonyms: M. officinalis, M. aromata, Nux moschata, myristica (oil), mace (husk), macis (oil).
Ingredient certifications: HALLAL, KOSHER
N° CAS US: 8008-45-5
Appearance: Colorless to yellow mobile liquid
Principal constituents: Mainly monoterpene hydrocarbons (88 per cent approx.): camphene, pinene, dipentene, sabinene, cymene, with lesser amounts of geraniol, borneol, linalol, terpineol, myristicin (4–8 per cent), safrol and elemincin, among others. Mace oil contains similar co
Odor: Spicy woody nutmeg powdery terpene.
Uses: Used as a flavouring agent in pharmaceuticals, especially analgesic and tonic preparations. Nutmeg and mace oil are used in soaps, lotions, detergents, cosmetics and perfumes. Mace oleoresin is used in colognes and perfumes, especially men’s fragrances. B
Supplier name: Citrus and Allied Essences Ltd.
Suppliers Memberships: IFEAT, IFT, FEMA, NAFFS, Fragrance Creators Association
Supplier headquarter: United States
Supplier Types: Mix
Turnover : $ 33 Million
Number of employees : 65
Number of products: 850
Cultivation methods: Organic
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