Supercritical CO2 extraction of black pepper oil

Ethanol, steam, and co2 extraction process of black pepper oil

Black pepper essential oil Black pepper, a vine, belongs to the Piperaceae family. It is dried and processed from the spherical berries of the Piperaceae plant. Those with a black peel are called black pepper. Its fruity and spicy flavor is one of the earliest and most widely used spices. Medicine is also commonly used as carminative and chronic indigestion… Read more »Ethanol, steam, and co2 extraction process of black pepper oil

Pure natural black pepper oil extracted by supercritical CO2

Black Pepper Essential Oil

The best black pepper Essential oil is extracted from berries of black pepper by supercritical CO2 fluid and light greenish in appearance.

This oil is free from solvent, pesticide residues and heavy metal traces and therefore is ideal for high quality pharmaceutical, cosmetic, cosmoceutical, nutraceutical formulations and food products.

Separation of piperine from pepper supercritical CO2 extract

Separation of piperine from pepper supercritical CO2 extract

According to the results of single factor investigation, it is preliminarily determined that the separation process of piperine in the supercritical CO2 extract of pepper is: dripping absolute ethanol in a constant temperature water bath at 40℃, the dosage is 1:5 (w/v), and then 1℃/ The cooling rate of 5min is reduced to 0℃, and it is placed at 0℃ for 4h to crystallize.