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(also 1,8-cineole, eucalyptole), a terpene oxide having the structural formula

Cineole is a colorless liquid with an odor similar to camphor and ether. It is soluble in alcohol and ether but only slightly soluble in water. Cineole has a melting point of 1–1.5°C, a boiling point of 176–177°C, and a density of 0.923 g/cm3 at 20°C.

Cineole is obtained from many essential oils, especially eucalyptus oil; it is isolated from these oils by distilling them and then freezing out the portion that has a boiling point between 170°C and 180°C. Cineole is used in medicine and cosmetics as a component of antiseptics, expectorants, toothpastes, and elixirs.

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These results also indicate that EOLs and thymol very likely possess a local anesthetic activity and its effects resemble other constituents such as linalool, carvacrol, estragole and cineole (13-16).
8 cineole is another component of the NP extract, with anti-inflammatory properties that may enhance its protective effects.
Pygmy rabbits consumed greater than three times more PSM-free food than food mixed with 5% of the monoterpene cineole during the food risk trial.
The literature [6-9] revealed that various TLC methods are available for estimation of vasicine, glycyrrhizin, eugenol, and cineole as individual component only; hence, in present work attempt has been made to develop simple, rapid, accurate, precise, and economical method for simultaneous estimation of all these four constituents in herbal cough syrup.
La orquidea Brassavola nodosa produce cineole, que tiene un ligero olor a medicina y B.
Furthermore, fast deterioration of monoterpenes hydrocarbons, such as the sabinene; 1,8 cineole, and [alpha]-pinene; as well as the alcoholic compounds, are due to a high speed of the oxidization of these essential oils [19].
For example, minor synergy between 1,8 cineole and [alpha]-pinene, and 1,8 cineole and caryophyllene epoxide, and antagonism between 1,8-cineole and camphor.
Ada cayi yapraklarinin damitilmasi ile elde edilen ada cayi yagi; salvene, pinene, camphor, cineole, borneol, thujone, sponin, diterpene, phenolic asit, salviatanin, ursokolik asit, kafeik asit ve flavonoidleri icerir (1-3).
There are 4 tables in this chapter which even address oils known for their 1,8 cineole content as well as those with a commercial or medicinal potential.
It contains camphor, pinene, cineole, dipentene, phellandrene, eugenol, safrole, caryophyllene, borneol, and possibly cinnamic and benzoic aldehydes.
Those with other types of respiratory disorders including bronchitis have also found benefits by regular consumption of tulsi, mainly due to presence of components like Camphene, Eugenol and Cineole in its essential oils.