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Beta Caryophyllene

Beta Caryophyllene

Beta Caryophyllene, a natural sesquiterpene found in various plants, offers a spicy, woody aroma with hints of cloves. It's commonly used in fragrances, cosmetics, and as a flavoring agent in food and beverages for its unique scent and potential therapeutic properties.

CATEGORY: Clove Series
INDUSTRY: Cosmetics , Fragrance , Personal Care , Pharmaceuticals
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Beta Caryophyllene, a sesquiterpene with a spicy, woody scent reminiscent of cloves, is a versatile ingredient in fragrances, cosmetics, and food products. Its distinctive aroma and potential therapeutic benefits make it highly valued in various industries.


Beta Caryophyllene is employed in perfumes, colognes, and skincare products for its spicy, woody fragrance, adding depth and complexity to formulations. It's also used in food and beverages to impart a spicy flavor, particularly in cuisines where cloves are prominent.

Industry Application

Beta Caryophyllene finds application in the fragrance and cosmetic industries for its spicy, clove-like aroma, enhancing the olfactory experience of products. Additionally, it's utilized in the food and beverage industry as a flavoring agent, adding a unique spicy note to various culinary creations.


Molecular Formula C15H24
Product Type (Natural/Synthetic) Synthetic
Haz/Non Haz Non Haz
Package Size (in KG) 190
Category Clove Series
Industry Fragrance
Color/Appearance Colourless to pale yellow
Solubility Clear in equal volume of ethanol
Appreance Liquid
Odour Like earthy smell
Taste Specific bitter
Relative Density (ºC) 0.886 – 0.986
Refractive Index (n20/D) 1.487 – 1.507
Optical Rotation (20°C) (-)50C – (-)150C
Acidity as Acetic Acid(%) 0.01 Max
GC Purity 0.98
Storage Store in cool, dry and dark places, Away from direct sunlight.
Packaging Store in cool, dry and dark places, Away from direct sunlight.

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