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Progress in Essential Oils

Brian M. Lawrence, Consultant

Kokkini et al. (2004) examined the main oxygenated components of oils of M. pulegium produced from plants (38 populations) collected from three different climatic zones in Greece. The results of this study are shown in T-1. As can be seen from these results, some of the oils were rich in piperitone, menthone, isomenthone and piperitenone, and isopiperitenone to a lesser extent.

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