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Champaca Orange Oil

Champaca Orange Oil
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Micheliachampaca L. (Magnoliaceae) commonly known as Champa wild in the eastern sub-Himalayan tract and lower hills up to 3,000 ft. and found in Assam, Burma, South India. The plant is a handsome, evergreen shrub. Leaves 15- 25 by 5-9 cm., lanceolate, acute, entire, glabrous; petioles 18-25mm long. Flowers about 5-6.2 cm. diameter, very fragrant, greyish yellow pubescent. Sepals and petals 15 or more deep yellow or orange. Grey or brownish bark. Seeds 1-12, brown, polished, variously angled, rounded on the back.


It is native to the Philippines and the Indonesian islands, now also grows in place far west of its origin-India, southeast china, reunion, and Madagascar; the flowers are a beautiful deep orange-yellow borne on a medium-sized slender tree related to the magnolias. 4 in many areas where it thrives, the flowers are used for ornamental purposes and for worship in temples. It is a woody tree species, which has high economic value as basic material for medicinal and fragrance products.Flowers in general, and champaca, benefits from CO2 extraction for an important reason; numerous monoterpene hydrocarbons detected in the essential oil are not found in the CO2 extract and appear as artifacts or decomposition products during distillation. The CO2 extract of champaca is free of solvent residue, contains far less waxes, is chemically superior to a distillate, and has a closer fragrance profile to the fresh flowers. 



Botanical Name :  Micheliachampaca L.
Common name:  Golden Champa, champak
Plant family:  Magnoliaceae
Genus:  Michelia
Appearance/Color: Reddish brown transparent liquid and unique and appealing fragrance.
Odor: Rich, velvety, suave, vanilla-sweet floral with warm, dense, peach/apricot-like notes and spicy tea- and  hay-like under stones; the rich, sweet floral and tea/hay notes remain in the long dry down.
Blends With: Agarwood, black pepper, carnation, cedarwood (Atlas), cardmom, clove bud, coriander, galbanum, jasmine, lime, mandarin, neroli, orange, orange blossom, orris, rose, sandalwood, vanilla, violet leaf, ylang-ylang.
Origin India
Source Flower
Method of Extraction Steam Distillation

Technical Analysis

Key Constituents Strength (%)
2-Phenylethanol 25.0-34.0
Methyl linoleate 10.0-18.0
Indole 2.9-12.0
Methyl anthranilate 2.1-9.0
Methyl benzoate 1.0-5.0
Phenylacetonitrile 1.2-4.3
Benzyl acetate 0.1-4.0
b-lonone 0.2-3.4
Methyl palmitate 2.0-3.0
Lonone oximes 0-3.0
(Z)-linalool oxide (pyranoid) 0.2-2.5
2-phenylethyl acetate 0.4-2.0
Benzyl alcohol 0.3-2.0
Linalool 0.2-2.0
a-farnesene 0.6-1.6
a-lonone 0.1-1.6
Dihydro-b-ionone 0.3-1.4
Dihydro-b-ionol 0.3-1.1
phenylaldoxime 0.5-1.0

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