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DAVANA OIL


Botanical name: Artemisia pallens

Common name: known as Davana or Davanam in Tamil, Marathi and Kannada.

Plant part: Davana Oil is obtained by steam distillation of the overground parts of the flowering herb, Artemisia Pallens wall.

Country of Origin: India
Extraction method: Steam distilled

Odour: Very rich lingering fruity odour



Little about Davana

Artemisia pallens is a small, herbaceous plant with an exquisite aroma. It is grown in the southern parts of India, particularly in the states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. The fragrance of the herb and its essential oil is described as deep, mellow, persistent and characteristically fruity. Hindus are offering the flowering plants to Shiva, the God of Transformation.


 

Composition

Devaone, a sesquitepene ketone, is the main component of the oil of Davana. Linalool, dehydro-a-linalool, terpinen-4 oil, nordavanone and davanafurans have been isolated in a fraction of Davana oil. These compounds are reported to contribute to the characteristic odour of Davana oil.

 

. Davana oil has a number of rare furanoid sesquiterpenes as major constituents, e.g. davanone (> 50 %) and davana ether. Other important odoriferous ingredients are methyl cinnamate and ethyl cinnamate [

Uses

In food, flavour, cosmetic, pharmaceuticals, tobacco and perfume industries

Oil of Davana is used in expensive perfume compositions: It is also being used for flavouring cakes, pastries, tobacco and some of the costly beverages. The level of use of Davana oil is on the lower side due to the prevailing high price for Davan oil.

 

In the late 1960's davana oil caught fancy of perfumers in USA and Europe. The newly launched perfume
Idole d'Armani (Armani 2009) includes davana oil as a special note.

 

 
       
 

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