Guide to the Best CO2 Extraction Methods for Cumin Oil
Cumin Oil CO2 Extraction Process
- Granularity: 70 mesh;
- Extraction pressure: 300 bar;
- Extraction temperature: 60℃;
- Separation pressure: 85 bar;
- Separation temperature: 45℃;
- Time: 120 minutes
- Eucalyptus oil extraction rate:8.79%.
How to Get the Best CO2 Extraction Method
CO2 extraction pressure
The extraction pressure has a significant effect on the yield. When the extraction pressure is small, the extraction rate is lower, and the extraction rate reaches the maximum when the pressure is 30MPa.
CO2 extraction temperature
The extraction temperature has a significant effect on the extraction rate. As the temperature increases from 40°C to 60°C, the extraction rate of cumin fruit oil increases significantly. After 60°C, the extraction rate no longer increases, but decreases slightly. The extraction rate reaches the highest when the extraction temperature is 60°C.
CO2 extraction time
The yield gradually increases within the range of 1h~2h for the extraction time period, and reaches a larger value at 2h. With the extension of time, the yield is basically stable.
Cumin Oil CO2 Extraction Process VS steam extraction
Compared with the traditional steam distillation extraction, the extraction rate of supercritical CO2 extraction of cumin fruit oil is nearly 50% higher.
Moreover, the supercritical CO2 extraction technology has the advantages of simple process, fast and complete extraction, complete retention of active ingredients, no solvent residues, and can maintain the pure naturalness of cumin fruit oil, energy saving and emission reduction.
Cumin essential oil
Cumin is rich in essential oil, which is a characteristic component, as well as protein, polyphenols, dietary fiber and other functional nutrients. Platelet aggregation and anti-diabetic health effects have very important applications in the food and medical fields.
Features of Cumin essential oil extracted by CO2 Extraction Process
The extraction rate of cumin essential oil extracted by supercritical CO2 can reach 8.79%. The extracted cumin oil is brown, clear and transparent, without impurities; it has a special smell of cumin and a pure aroma.
How to extract Cumin Seeds Oil
Supercritical Fluid Extraction Process (SCFE) also called Co2 Extraction process.
About the Cumin Seeds Oil
Color: Clear to pale yellow
Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) is in the parsley family of essential oils. The oil is obtained through co2 extraction. Cumin is a small, delicate, annual herb more like a ground cover. It grows about 20 inches high and has slender stems, dark green feathery leaves and small pink or white flowers followed by small seeds.
Application of Cumin Oil
- Cumin oil extracts are used for medicinal purposes and food flavouring.
- The properties include use as an antiseptic, anti toxic, anti-oxidant, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, digestive, bactericidal, larvicidal, emmenagouge, diuretic in nature, a nervine and as a stimulant.
- Cumin essential oil is used as a warming oil to relieve muscular pains and in osteoarthritis. For the digestive system it is a stimulant that helps with colic, dyspepsia, flatulence, bloating and indigestion.
- Essential oil of Cumin is known to have a beneficial effect on migraine, headaches, and exhaustion.
- Cumin essential oil has anti-inflammatory property. It is an antiviral; aids digestion protects liver and stimulates immune system.
Light to Medium
Strength of Aroma
Cumin Oil mixes well with: Lavender, Rosemary, Chamomile, Angelica, Caraway, and other essential oils.
Cumin has phototoxic properties and after application direct sunlight should be avoided. Also pregnant women and people with sensitive skin should avoid it.
This is a traditional Middle Eastern spice used in making curries. It is vastly used in Ayurvedic medicines, as a stimulant and for digestive complaints like indigestion.
Medicinal properties of cumin essential oils
Antioxidant activity mainly refers to that cumin has significant activity in scavenging hydroxyl free radicals, DPPH free radicals and inhibiting lipid peroxides. At present, a large number of experiments have shown that cumin (including cumin essential oil, cumin water extract and organic solvents) Extract) have good antioxidant activity.
The antibacterial activity of cumin mainly means that cumin essential oil, oleoresin and ethanol extracts have proliferation inhibitory effects on bacteria (such as Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella) and fungi (such as yeast).
Cumin can inhibit the formation of rat foregastric tumor cells induced by benzopyrene, cervical tumor cells induced by 3-methylcholanthrene (MCA) and the formation of liver cancer induced by dimethylaminoazobenzene, which is mainly due to cumin It can enhance the activities of cytochrome P-450 reductase, cytochrome b5 reductase, glutathione transferase and DT-diaphorase; adding a certain amount of cumin to the diet of rats can inhibit the occurrence of colon cancer.