Shree Bankey Behari Lal Board Mills
Shree Bankey Behari Lal Board Mills
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Thymol Crystals

Thymol, Thymol crystals are used by beekeepers, and for art restoration and preservation of fine books and fine cloth. These thymol crystal natural are valuable disinfectant that are popularly known for their antiseptic properties. Thymol crystals can be availed in different grades and quantities as per the requirements of the clients.

  • Source : Nature Identical
  • Odour : Warm, Thyme like, Phenolic
  • Specification Formula : C10H14O
  • Appearance : Colourless, Transparent/ White Crystals
  • Molecular Weight : 150.2
  • Purity : 99% (GLC)
  • Melting Point : 49-51°C
  • Boiling Point : 233-234° C/760 mm
  • Congealing Point : 49° C
  • Specific Gravity : 0.975 FP 101° C
  • Refractive Index : 1.5227 Limit of Non-volatile residue less than 0.05%
  • Solubility : At 25°C 80%
  • Alcohol : Clearly soluble in 3 parts
  • Di ethyl Phthalate : Soluble in all proportions
  • Propylene Glycol : Soluble in all proportion
  • Packing Size : 25 Kg Fiber / Plastic Drum

Ajwain Oil

Ajwain oil, Ajwain Terepene oil is exacted by steam distillation of the crushed seeds of Ajowan. The ajwoin oil or ajwain oil is a dark-brown fluid with identifying smell and a warm taste perception. It is mostly used in preparing essential oils for curing of various ailments and finds extensive application in aromatherapy. Completely herbal and highly effective ajwain terpene oil is easily absorbed by the body.

  • Botanical Name : Trachyspermum Ammic (L) Sprague
  • Colour : Brownish Colour
  • Odour : Resembling to the odour of Thyme
  • Solubility : Soluble in Solvents and Alcohol
  • Optical Rotation : 0 to +2
  • Refractive Index : 1.480 to 1.510 at 20’ C
  • Density at 20’C : 0.904 to 0.907
  • Thymol Content : Above 40%
  • Packing Size 35 Kg. iron drum

Thyme Oil 80-95

Thyme oil, thyme essential oil and pure thyme oil is extracted by steam distillation of fresh or dried leaves and flowering tops of Thymus vulgaris plant. This thyme essential oil and pure thyme oil is one of the most potently antiseptic oils used in cough syrups and prescribed for lung ailments like bronchitis. Thyme essential oil has a warming ability which helps to eliminate mucous and phlegm. The premium quality of pure thyme oil can be availed in different grades and compositions at the most competitive prices.

  • Botanical Name : Thymus Vulgaris
  • INCI Name : Thymus Vulgaris
  • NAFTA : 3301.29.6000
  • FEMA : 3065 CAS : 8007-46-3
  • EINECS : 284-535-7
  • Flash Point : 140° F
  • Stability : Stable
  • Colour & Odour : Colourless to light yellow or red liquid
  • Boiling Point : 190° C
  • Density( g cm-3 ) : 0.92
  • Water Solubility : Negligible
  • Packing Size : 35 Kg iron drum


Carvacrol, or cymophenol, C6H3CH3(OH)(C3H7), is a monoterpenoid phenol. It has a characteristic pungent, warm odor of oregano and apizza-like taste. We provide Carvacrol of 99.5% purity. Carvacrol is present in the essential oil of Origanum vulgare, oil of thyme, oil obtained from pepperwort, and wild bergamot. The essential oil ofThyme subspecies contains between 5% and 75% of carvacrol, while Satureja (savory) subspecies have a content between 1% and 45%. TheOriganum species majorana and Dittany of Crete are rich in carvacrol, 50% resp. 60-80%

Eugenol 99:

Eugenol (C10H12O2), is an allyl chain-substituted guaiacol. Eugenol is a member of the phenylpropanoids class of chemical compounds. It is a clear to pale yellow oily liquid extracted from certain essential oils especially from clove oil, nutmeg, cinnamon, and bay leaf. It is slightlysoluble in water and soluble in organic solvents. It has a pleasant, spicy, clove-like aroma. The name comes from a scientific name for the clove, Eugenia aromaticum or Eugenia caryophyllata. Eugenol is responsible for the aroma of cloves. It is the main component in the essential oil extracted from cloves, comprising 72-90% of the total.

Eugenol 99%: Eugenol is an allyl chain-substituted guaiacol (2-methoxyphenol). It appears as a clear or pale yellow oily liquid. Besides cloves, it can also be extracted from cinnamon and other aromatic spices. It is slightly soluble in water and soluble in organic solvents.

The medical field makes use of Eugenol. Its properties make it a good local antiseptic and analgesic. It is used in dentist offices to makezinc-oxide eugenol paste for temporary fillings. It also makes a good local anaesthetic for temporary relief from toothache pain. It is used in the production of isoeugenol for the manufacture of vanillin which is an artificial substitute for vanilla.

Humulene (85-92):

Humulene (85-92%): Humulene, or alpha-humulene or alpha-caryophyllene, is a naturally-occurring monocyclicsesquiterpene. It is found in the essential oils of Humulus lupulus (hops) from which it derives its name, Lindera strychnifolia and others. It is an isomer of alpha-caryophyllene, and the two are often found together as a mixture in nature. It is one of the chemical compounds that contribute to the taste of the spice Vietnamese coriander. It also contributes to the characteristic aroma ofCannabis sativa, where it is present in the essential oil of the plant.

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