SKU: 1WW01281

cedarwood woody sweet soft cedrol very faint (when pure almost odorless) cypress violet patchouli spice oriental.

Other names for this material
Cedrol : Cedrenol B :

Contains : Cedrol : Cedrenol B :

Occurs in : Not Found In Nature

Odour Description:
The odour of the material
cedarwood woody sweet soft Cedrol : 598 CEDROL Very faint odor (when pure almost odorless) of Cedarwood type Cedrol : 598 CEDROL Very faint odor (when pure almostodorless) of Cedarwood type

Relative Odour Impact 25. Odour Life 160hrs on a smelling strip.

Perfumery Uses:
Used in these perfume types but not limited to them.

9 = Very Good Performance
8 = Good Performance
7 = Reasonable performance
6 = Fair performance
5 = Mediocre performance
4 = Slight stability problems
3 = Discoloration Problems
2 = Stability problems
1 = Major problems
0 = XX Not recommended for use

Important Notes:
End application data applies to experiments carried out by the authors or extrapolated from those experiments using computer algorithms. As application product formulations vary widely this information is only a general guide.

Full testing by both perfumers- flavorists and end users is the only proven method to ensuring a perfume or flavours safety- strength- suitability- stability and success.

Legislation and regulations vary widely and change with time so it is your duty to check this.
Cypress Violet Patchouli Spice Oriental Woody-blends- Fixative-effect- Soap-perfumes- Household-perfumes- Industrial-perfumes-

Typically used 1% to 12% in perfume compounds- average use 5%

Alcoholic Perfume9 
Creams and Lotions9 
Talcum Powder9 
Tablet Soap9 
Liquid Soap9 
Hair Conditioner9 
Bath/Shower Gel9 
Cold Wave4 Unstable
Acid Cleaner4 Unstable
Detergent Powder9 
Liquid Detergent9 
Fabric Softener9 
Pot Pourri9 

Flavour Uses:
Used in these Flavours

Important Notes:
Be very careful as there are many qualities of materials for Industrial- Technical- Perfumery- Flavour or Pharmaceutical use and you must check with the manufacturer if this is really a Flavour grade or Food grade material.

Even though they may be Food or Flavour grade they may still be toxic in their concentrated form so be sure to check the appropriate concentration before use. Usually concentration in the final product will be expressed in ppm(Parts per million = 0.0001% or about 1 drop in 100 litres)

Keep out of the reach of children- those unable to understand the directions for use or animals.

Typically used 2.22ppm to 44.4ppm in finished product- average use 13.3ppm

Bakery Products9 Food Grade
Hard Candy9 Food Grade
Chewing Gum9 Food Grade
Soft Drinks7 Food Grade
Alcoholic Drinks9 Food Grade
Dairy Products9 Food Grade
Ice Cream9 Food Grade
Snacks9 Food Grade
Spray Dried9 Food Grade
Canned Foods9 Food Grade
Toothpaste9 Food Grade
Pharmaceuticals9 Food Grade
Animal Feed9 Food Grade
Tobacco9 Food Grade

Aromatherapy uses: -SAFETY-- -ACTIONS-- -THERAPY--
Blends Well With: cedarwood woody sweet soft Cedrol : 598 CEDROL Very faint odor (when pure almost odorless) of Cedarwood type Cedrol : 598 CEDROL Very faint odor (when pure almostodorless) of Cedarwood type +Methyl Ionones +Ionones Balsams-

Physical State: White crystals
Specific Gravity:.98
Refractive Index:1.51
Melting Point:75
Boiling Point:0
Flash Point:0
Soluble in:Ethanol Fixed Oils Propylene Glycol and

NatID Status

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