STUDIES ON THE SEED OILS OF BASIL / OCIMUM BASILICUM L./ AND SUMMER SAVORY / SATUREJA HORTENSIS L./

J. Domokos, J. Perédi
Basil and summer savory are grown every year on about 200 and 200 hectares, respectively, in Hungary to make spices. It often occures in the practice of growing that the drug used to make spices contains more or less, sometimes considerable quantities of seeds impairing the quality of the product. A fatty oil has been produced by us from the seeds resulting this way as wastes, and based on studies of it, we have been able to establish its usefulness for cosmetic, pharmaceutical, and diethetic uses.
Domokos, J. and Perédi, J. (1993). STUDIES ON THE SEED OILS OF BASIL / OCIMUM BASILICUM L./ AND SUMMER SAVORY / SATUREJA HORTENSIS L./. Acta Hortic. 344, 312-314
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1993.344.35
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.1993.344.35
344_35
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