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Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Khimiia rastitel'nogo syr'ia (Chemistry of plant raw material)
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: adaptogenic remedy, essential oil, адаптогенное средство; эфирное масло
The major constituents of the 15-component adaptogenic remedy essential oil are α-terpineol acetate – 16,57%, tetradecanoic acid – 6,21%, myristicin – 5,83%, α-zingiberene – 5,13%, cinnamic aldehyde – 4,68%, 1,8-cineol – 4,56%, acorenone – 4,30%, alantolactone – 3,05%, preisocalamendiol – 2,92%, ar-curcumenr – 2,61%, α-terpineol – 2,25%, isoalantolactone – 2,07%, linalool – 2,00%, shyobunone – 1,97%, β-bisabolene – 1,84%, terpinen-4-ol – 1,70%, (Е)- nerolidol – 1,61%, α-cadinol – 1,45%, α-pinene – 1,20%, germacrene D – 1,19%, isoshyobunone – 1,11%, dehydroisocalamendiol – 1,05%, caryophyllene – 1,04%, linalyl acetate – 1,02%, (Z)-azarone – 0,99%. The combination of major constituents with specific compounds – markers characterizes presence of 10 essential oils containing herbs in a multicomponent adaptogenic remedy.
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