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EUGENOL
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Definitions

  1. Eugenol is a member of the phenylpropanoids class of chemical compounds. (Web site)
  2. Eugenol, a constituent of clove, has been used for analgesic, local anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial effects.
  3. Eugenol is an allyl chain-substituted guaiacol. (Web site)
  4. Eugenol, the main constituent of the essential oil of clove. (Web site)
  5. Eugenol, the major phenolic component of clove essential oil, possesses potent antifungal activity.

Linalool

  1. Suitable alcohols are anethol, citronellol, eugenol, isoeugenol, geraniol, linalool, phenylethyl alcohol and terpineol. (Web site)
  2. Cultivars of basil yielding high percentages of linalool, eugenol, citral (neral and geranial) and ocimene were also identified (Table 3). (Web site)

Eugenol Acetate

  1. The volatile oil contains citral, citronellal, eugenol acetate and geraniol. (Web site)

Caryophyllene

  1. Constituents: Eugenol, eugenyl acetate, caryophyllene, isocaryophyllene. (Web site)
  2. The clove bud oil, derived from the dried buds by steam distillation, contains free eugenol, eugenol acetate and caryophyllene. (Web site)

Commercially

  1. Methyl eugenol, is a commercially used fruit fly attractant and a suspected carcinogen.

Little

  1. It consists of 82-88% eugenol with little or no eugenol acetate, and minor constituents.

Oxidation

  1. Oxidation of white wine also leads to changes in fatty acid composition with an increase in furfural and eugenol (the latter has a clove-like character). (Web site)

Evaluation

  1. Evaluation of carvacrol and eugenol as prophylaxis and treatment of vaginal candidiasis in an immunosuppressed rat model.
  2. This evaluation of methyl eugenol illustrates some of the questions that should be asked when attempting to integrate biomonitoring into risk assessment. (Web site)

Vitro

  1. Study of anticandidal activity of carvacrol and eugenol in vitro and in vivo.

Dentistry

  1. When mixed with eugenol, zinc oxide eugenol forms which has restorative and prosthodontic applications in dentistry.

Starting Material

  1. Used in the production of printing ink, glue and varnish; clove leaf oil is used as the starting material for the isolation of eugenol.

Peppermint Oil

  1. Each easy-to-use pump spray features natural active ingredients such as peppermint oil, cinnamon oil, lemon grass oil, thyme oil and eugenol.

Chest Pains

  1. Jamahri believed the eugenol cured his chest pains and he started to market his invention to the village, but he died before he could mass market it.

Essential Oils

  1. Of the dried buds, 15 - 20 percent is essential oils, and the majority of this is eugenol.

Main Constituent

  1. The main constituent of this basil oil is methyl chavicol, with camphor sometimes present, but little if any linalool, alpha-pinene, eugenol, or 1,8-cineole.

Cinnamaldehyde

  1. Chemical components of the essential oil include ethyl cinnamate, eugenol, cinnamaldehyde, beta- caryophyllene, linalool and methyl chavicol.

Vanillin

  1. Fig. 5. The route (a) from eugenol to ferulic acid and (b) from ferulic acid to vanillin in Pseudomonas strains.
  2. Zingerone is similar in chemical structure to other flavor chemicals such as vanillin and eugenol.

Toothache

  1. Modern dental preparations contain clove essential oil, or its main constituent, eugenol, to numb toothache and teething pain and to stop infection. (Web site)

Ingredient

  1. Temporary fillings often contain eugenol, an ingredient in over-the-counter toothache remedies. (Web site)

Small Quantity

  1. The leaf oil contains much less of total eugenol than the bud oil and a very small quantity of eugenol acetate. (Web site)

Analgesic

  1. Eugenol is used in perfumeries, flavorings, essential oils and in medicine (local antiseptic and analgesic). (Web site)
  2. To ease his discomfort he rubbed clove oil (eugenol) on his chest - clove oil long having been used as an analgesic.

Antiseptic

  1. Eugenol has pronounced antiseptic and anaesthetic properties. (Web site)

Zinc Oxide

  1. The base or liner can be made of composite resin, glass ionomer, zinc oxide and eugenol or another material. (Web site)
  2. When mixed with zinc oxide, eugenol forms a material which has restorative and prosthodontic applications in dentistry. (Web site)

Clove

  1. Allergic reactions to clove and its component eugenol have been reported, including possible severe reactions (anaphylaxis). (Web site)

Cloves

  1. Eugenol comprises 72-90% of the essential oil extracted from cloves, and is the compound most responsible for the cloves' aroma. (Web site)
  2. An active ingredient of cloves is eugenol which is used as topical anesthetic for dentistry.

Oil

  1. Eugenol oil (clove oil) overdose occurs when someone accidentally or intentionally swallows a large amount of a product containing this ingredient.
  2. Vanillin was first synthesized from eugenol (found in oil of clove) in 1874–75, less than 20 years after it was first identified and isolated. (Web site)

Clove Oil

  1. Eugenol (clove oil) will collect and cake in the container when Cloves are stored in a warm place.
  2. Some of the more common ingredients incorporated into dry socket dressings are eugenol (an extract of clove oil) and benzocaine (an anesthetic).
  3. Clove oil was obtained commercially and analysed by GC and GC-MS. The EO analysed showed a high content of eugenol (85.3 %). (Web site)

Eugenol

  1. Sanchez-Perez J, Garcia-Diez A. Occupational allergic contact dermatitis from eugenol, oil of cinnamon and oil of cloves in a physiotherapist.
  2. The main constituents of the essential oil are phenylpropanoids such as carvacrol, thymol, eugenol and cinnamaldehyde. (Web site)
  3. Carvacrol, eugenol and thymol are major components of plants such as oregano, savory, clove and thyme.

Categories

  1. Clove Oil
  2. Matter > Materials > Oils > Essential Oil
  3. Zinc Oxide
  4. Mouthwashes
  5. Glass Ionomer
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