Snakeroot essential oil is a highly valued oil in the aromatherapy industry due to its numerous health benefits. This technical guide is aimed at buyers who are interested in purchasing snakeroot essential oil in wholesale quantities. The guide will provide information on the synonyms, botanical names, chemical composition, growing locations, odor type, olfactory description, regulations, extraction method, applications, and market price of snakeroot essential oil.

Synonyms: Snakeroot essential oil is also known as Virginia Snakeroot oil or Aristolochia serpentaria oil.

Botanical Names: The botanical name of snakeroot is Aristolochia serpentaria. It belongs to the Aristolochiaceae family.

Chemical Composition: The major components of snakeroot essential oil are aristolochic acid, aristololactam I, aristolactam II, and aristolactam III. Other constituents include essential oils, tannins, resins, and alkaloids.

Growing Locations: Snakeroot is native to North America and is found in the eastern and central regions of the United States. It is commonly found in wooded areas, stream banks, and moist soils.

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