Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) is in the parsley family of essential oils. The oil is obtained through co2 extraction. Cumin is a small, delicate, annual herb more like a ground cover. It grows about 20 inches high and has slender stems, dark green feathery leaves and small pink or white flowers followed by small seeds.
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CO2 extraction of cumin essential oil
Forewords Cumin, also known as Cuminum cyminum L., is an annual herb of Cuminum L., which belongs to Umbelliferae. Its… Read more »Supercritical CO2 extraction of cumin essential oil