Menthol, also known as pepper and mint camphor, is mostly used by the medicinal industry. It can also be used in the food and cosmetics industry as a flavouring ingredient. It can be either extracted from various mint oils or produced synthetically. It is used in the liqueurs and cigarettes due to its minty taste, which gives a cooling effect when consumed.
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This report provides the cost structure of Mentha oil production by steam distillation process. The dried leaves of Mentha arvensis go through the process of steam-distillation. The distillate is then separated through filtration to extract mentha oil.
This report provides the cost structure of aniseed oil production by steam distillation method. In this process, steam is passed over the dried fruit of aniseed which vapourised the oil into the steam.
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