Typical G.C. analysis

salvia officinalis oil england
A Sardinian oil of S. officinalis was analyzedbv Peana et al. (1999) using both CC and GC/MS. and it was found to possess the following composition:
254.10  borneol
311.30  bornyl acetate
56.60  camphene
2126.40  camphor
10tracedelta-3- carene
300.10  carvacrol
330.70beta- caryophyllene
350.20  caryophyllene oxide
139.601,8- cineole
120.20para- cymene
170.10para-alpha- dimethyl styrene
320.10  eugenol
363.30  guaiol
340.90alpha- humulene
370.40  humulene oxide
380.6014- hydroxy-9-epi-beta-caryophyllene
142.30  limonene
16trace(Z)- linalool oxide
390.10  lyral
90.90  myrcene
281.00  myrtanol
43.70alpha- pinene
80.40beta- pinene
231.10  pinocamphone
240.10iso pulegol
70.20  sabinene
10.30 salvene
400.30alpha- santalol
260.70  terpinen-4-ol
110.20alpha- terpinene
150.10gamma- terpinene
270.30alpha- terpineol
180.10  terpinolene
3tracealpha- thujene
1924.70alpha- thujone
206.40beta- thujone
290.20  thymol
20.20  tricyclene
61.60  verbenene
220.70(Z)- verbenol

M. Tiziana Baratta, H. J. D. Dorman, S. G. Deans, D. M. Biondi and G. Ruberto. Chemical composition, antimicrobial and antiozidative activity of Laurel, sage, rosemary, oregano and coriander essential oils. J. Essent. Oil Res. , 10, 618-627 (1998).

P&F 26, No. 3, 66, (2001)

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