A dietary supplement and natural food additive obtained by the solvent extraction of ground seeds of Cuminum cyminum, it is an ingredient in most curry powders, many savoury spice mixtures, and is used to make various beverages.
Produced by extraction of the dried and unpeeled rhizome of Zingiber Officinale, ground to a moderately coarse powder, it is being used extensively in the carbonated beverages and as aromatic, carminative and stomachic stimulant.
Natural product obtained by the solvent extraction of ground Nutmeg, it is a buff to dark orange, semi-solid waxy resin which is used as an analgesic for treatment of diseases (rhuematism, nausea, dysentery, muscular aches, and nervous fatigue) and in food flavouring.
A natural food additive obtained by solvent extraction of the berries of Piper nigrum L. it is a free-flowing, olive-green liquid at ambient temperatures, and has a characteristic aroma of pepper with a pungent taste.
Obtained by solvent extraction of turmeric (Curcuma longa L.), the selection of a turmeric oleoresin of a particular composition is based on the intended use in food. In general, all turmeric oleoresins contain colouring matter and most contain flavouring matter but some oleoresins are processed to remove aromatic compounds.