santalol


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santalol

[′san·tə‚lȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C15H24O A colorless liquid with a boiling point of 300°C; derived from sandalwood oil and used for perfumes.
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Contact and repellent activities of some major constituents such as estragole, [beta]-caryophyllene, myristicin, p-cymene-8-ol, and santalol against the LB were all confirmed [46, 48].
Han, "Progress in biosynthesis of santalene and santalol," Chinese Journal of Biotechnology, vol.
dunniana 37.26 35.92-38.66 [beta]- 74.11 71.26-77.75 Caryophyllene (2) Santalol (3) 30.26 24.95-35.82 Myristicin 130.16 124.62-135.39 Estragole (2) 30.22 28.13-32.49 Pyrethrins (4) 18.72 17.60-19.92 Treatments Slope Chi square P-value [+ or -] SE ([chi square]) C.
Based on the findings of previous studies that the aroma components linalool, santalol, cedrol, and piperonal promote sleep by heightening parasympathetic activity, in the present study, the researchers hypothesized that administration of inhalation aromatherapy to sleep-disturbed elderly with dementia would result in improvement in sleep disturbance.
Each of these three types is 100% essential oil and contains two or more of linalool, santalol, cedrol, and piperonal.
To obtain these effects, essential oil containing piperonal, santalol, linalool, and cedrol should be selected, and the aromatherapy should be continued for a period of at least approximately 20 days.
Alcohol constituents include linalol, menthol, borneol, santalol, nerol, citronellol, and geranio1.
The alpha and beta Santalol increased heart rate, systolic blood pressure and increased subjective alertness.