[ Botanical source ] Phaseolus vulgaris L. Salvia sclarea Sclareolide
[ Chemical names ] DECAHYDRO-3a,6,6,9a-TETRAMETHYLNAPHTHO(2,1b)FURAN-2(1H)-ONE Synonyms: NORAMBRIENOLIDE; [3aR-(3a.alpha, 5a.beta, 9a.alpha, 9b.beta)]-DECAHYDRO-3a,6,6,9a-TETRAMETHYLNAPHTHO [2,1-b]FURAN-2(1H)-ONE
[ CAS NO ] 564-20-5
[ Molecular formula ] C16H26O2
[ Molecular weight ] 250.38
[ Appearance ] Off-white to White crystal powder
[ Odor ] Slightly amber aroma.
[ Solubility ] Soluble in Ethyl Alcohol and Diethyl Phthalate and insoluble in water
[ Specification ] Sclareolide > 98%
[ Melting point range ] 124-127 at 760mmHg
[ Sieve analysis ] 100% through 60 mesh
[Residue on ignition ] 0.30%
[ Residual Solvents ] Eur.Pharm.
[ Heavy metals ] <10PPM
[ Pesticides ] Negative
[ Total Plate Count ] <1000CFU/gm
[ Yeast & Mold ] <100CFU/gm
[ Salmonella ] Negative
[ Usage ]
Sclareolide, from clary sage, is a more widely used compound as a fragrant component in cosmetics and tobacco products has now been found to have excellent thermogenic properties and could be used to aid in weight loss and sports nutrition.
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