Progress in Essential Oils

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Betel Leaf Oil

Jantan et al. (1994) analyzed an oil of P. betle leaves (betel leaf oil) that were grown in Masjid Tanah, Melaka (Malaysia).

Garg and Jain (1996) and (1996) produced oils from the Sagar Bangla cultivar of betel leaf grown in India and found that they contained the following constituents:

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Oils produced from fi ve Indian cultivars of betel leaf (Bangla, Desawari, Kapoori, Sanchi and Meetha) were analyzed by Sharma et al. (1996). The main constituents of the Bangla cultivar were as follows: