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Natural products

Natural products, including essential oils and other plant extracts, have been used by humans throughout history for various applications. Their use extends to traditional medicine, cosmetics, perfumery, and cultural practices. The medicinal properties of plants have long been exploited in traditional medicine. Essential oils, with their antimicrobial and relaxing properties, are popular in aromatherapy. In the cosmetic industry, natural extracts such as vegetable oils offer moisturizing benefits, while the perfume industry uses extracts to create authentic fragrances. Despite these advantages, it is crucial to note that risks exist, with potential reactions in sensitive individuals. Informed use, based on knowledge of the properties, is essential for safe and beneficial utilization. The growing demand for natural products has also emphasized the need for transparency regarding their origin and production.

22047-25-2

Acetylpyrazine-2

22047-25-2
6790-58-5

Ambroxide (-)

6790-58-5
122-40-7

alpha-Amylcinnamaldehyde

122-40-7
4180-23-8

Anethol

4180-23-8
536-90-3

Anisidine-3

536-90-3
104-94-9

Anisidine-4

104-94-9
104-46-1

Anethole-trans

104-46-1
15087-24-8

Benzylidenecamphor-3

15087-24-8
98-29-3

Butylpyrocatechol-4-tert

98-29-3
458-37-7

Curcumin

458-37-7
91-64-5

Coumarin

91-64-5
5392-40-5

Citral

5392-40-5
4497-92-1

(+)-2-Carene

4497-92-1
6485-40-1

L(-)-Carvone

6485-40-1
462-94-2

Cadaverine

462-94-2
11006-34-1

Chlorophyll trisodium copper

11006-34-1
8001-30-7

Corn oil

8001-30-7
19463-48-0

Chlorovanillin-5

19463-48-0
6472-91-9

Chrysamine G disodium salt

6472-91-9
64-86-8

Colchicine

64-86-8