Garlic Oleoresin Production Cost Analysis 2020
Garlic oleoresin is a brown or black coloured oleoresin that is derived from a garlic bulb, with an intense offensive odour and characteristic pungency of garlic. It is miscible in oil. It is most commonly utilised in the seasoning industry. It is a good flavouring agent utilised in meat products, sausage, preserved Szechuan pickle, and others.
Garlic oleoresin is derived from the crushed bulb of the garlic. It has a powerful odour because of the presence of disulfides. The bulb is composed of 0.06% to 0.1% of volatile oil whose active constituents are propyl/-disulphide, alliin, and allicin.
The oleoresin of garlic is a valuable flavouring agent. It is also utilised in perfumery and as an insect repellent. It is used to treat problems related to heart and blood systems. In addition, this oil is issued in the treatment of colon cancer, stomach cancer, breast cancer, rectal cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer, coughs, fever, and other infections.
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