Betel leaf Essential Oil

[VRI/NE/01-019]

Extraction Method - Steam Distillation

Certificate - Halal, FSSAI, IFRA, Organic, GMP, ISO

Source - Leaves

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$ 22.06

Botanical Name:  Piper betle Common name:  Betel Plant family:  Read More

Botanical Name: 

Piper betle

Common name: 

Betel

Plant family: 

Piperaceae

Genus: 

Piper

Appearance/Color:

Yellow to dark brown liquid with creosote- like odor.

Odor:

Distinctly phenolic, almost tar like or smoky.

Blends With:

Blends with lavender, eucalyptus, tea tree, rosemary and cardamom

Origin

India


Betel leaf oil derived from betel leaf plant leaves that yield this aromatic essential oil. The heart-shaped leaves have distinct pleasant aroma and are commonly chewed alone or with other plant materials.

The betel which includes pepper and kava. Betel leaf is mostly consumed Asia, and elsewhere in the world by some Asian emigrants, as betel quid or in paan with Areca nut and/or tobacco.

In Sri Lanka and in many parts of India a sheaf of betel leaves is traditionally offered as a mark of respect and auspicious beginnings. Occasions includes, greeting elders at weeding ceremonies, New Year, offering payment to Ayurvedic physicians and astrologers where usually money and/or areca nut are kept on top of the sheaf of leaves and offered to the elders for their blessings.

The betel leaf is cultivated mostly in India farmers called barouj prepare a garden called a barouj in which to grow betel. the barouj is fenced with bamboo sticks and coconut leaves. The soil is plowed into furrows of 10 to 15 meters’ length, 75 centimeters in width and 75 centimeters’ depth. Oil cakes manure, and leaves are thoroughly incorporated with the topsoil of the furrows and wood ash. The cutting is planted at the beginning of the monsoon season.

DISCLAIMER

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As per NAHA guidelines, New Directions Aromatics (NDA) does not recommend the ingestion of essential oils. It is imperative to consult a medical practitioner before using Essential Oils for therapeutic purposes. Pregnant and nursing women and those taking prescription drugs are especially advised not to use this product without the medical advice of a physician. The oil should always be stored in an area that is inaccessible to children, especially those under the age of 7.

The essential oil has various medicinal properties due to which it is highly demanded in the pharma and ayurvedic industries. It has antiseptic properties due to which it is used in many pharma and ayurvedic products. 

Betel leaf essential oil in pharma

The betel leaf essential oil is valued in Ayurveda for its stimulating, carminative, aromatic, antiseptic, warming and aphrodisiac properties. It has several medicinal applications among natives and is especially used to harden gums, preserve teeth and sweeten breath. It also improves voice and reputed aphrodisiac.

Essence of Betel leaf essential oil

It has invigorating properties and the oil is also used as a deodorant component.

COMMON USAGE

  • Analgesic
  • Eases Constipation and improves Digestion
  • Relief from back pain and Muscular tensions
  • Reduces gastric pain
  • Increase hunger
  • Promotes oral health
  • Treats respiratory problems
  • Relieves cough
  • Eases bronchitis
  • Antiseptic and antifungal benefits
  • Heals wounds and infection
  • Treats headache
  • Prevents body Odor

Ingredients:

S.No

Key Constituents

Strength (%)

1

Safrole

6.5-45.3

2

Eugenol

20.5-33.2

3

a-Terpinyl acetate

6.8-11.0

4

Isoeugenol

0-10.6

5

(E)-Anethole

0-7.8

6

b-Caryophyllene

0-7.8

7

Dodecanal

0-7.1

8

b-Selinene

0-6.4

9

Sabinene

0-6.1

10

Estragole

0-4.8

11

a-Cubebene

0-4.4

12

Camphene

0-3.7

13

a-pinene

0-3.2

14

Decanal

0-2.9

15

1,8-Cineole

0-2.8

16

0ctadecanal

0-2.7

17

b-Elemene

0-2.6

18

Geraniol

0-2.5

19

a-terpineol

0.3-2.3

20

b-myrcene

0-2.2

21

a-thujene

0-1.9

22

g-elemene

0.9-1.8

23

Methyleugenol

0.3-1.7

24

g-terpinene

0.5-1.6

25

Caryophyllene

0-1.6

26

linalool

0.2-1.5

27

Terpinen-ol

0-1.5

28

b-phellandrene

0-1.3

29

Bornylene

0-1.2

30

d-cadinene

0-1.2

31

a-muurolol

0-1.2

32

g-cadinene

0-1.1


Dilute before use; for external use only. May cause skin irritation in some individuals; a skin test is recommended prior to use. Contact with eyes should be avoided. 

TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Safety summary 

  • Hazards: potentially carcinogenic, based on estragole, safrole and methyl eugenol content; skin sensitization; mucous membrane irritation (low risk).
  • Contraindications: should not be taken in oral doses. Maximum dermal 

Safety Advice

  • Recommended dermal of 0.1%, based on a content of 45.3% safrole, 4.8% estragole and 1.7% methyleugenol with respective dermal limits of 0.05%, 0.12% and 0.02%.

Organ-specific effects 

  • Adverse skin reactions: No information found. 

Systemic effects 

  • Acute toxicity: No information found. 
  • Carcinogenic/anticarcinogenic potential: Betel leaf oil showed no chemo preventive activity against human mouth epidermal carcinoma (KB) or mouse leukemia cell lines, and in fact enhanced proliferation to a small degree, safrole, estragole and methyl eugenol are rodent carcinogens when exposure is sufficiently high, b-elemene and geraniol display anticarcinogenic activity; three is evidence of both antimutagenic and anticarcinogenic activity for eugenol. 

ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

  • Ecotoxicity: very toxic to aquatic environment.
  • Bioaccumulation: No data available
  • Mobility in soil: No data available
  • Persistence and degradability: No data available


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