Coumarin, also known as dual-furan ring oxa naphthalene and ortho-one. Insoluble in water, easily soluble in hot water. Coumarin is an important spice, naturally present in the tonka bean, incense Snake whip chrysanthemum, wild vanilla, orchid. Some coumarin derivatives exist in nature, some may be obtained by synthetic methods. The presence of some free, some in combination with glucose together, many of which have important economic value, such as bis coumarin, deposited by the last sweet clover plant corruption, can be synthesized now, as an anti-coagulant.
Coumarin is known as benzopyranone, which can be regarded as the lactone of cis-o-hydroxycinnamic acid. It is the mother nucleus of a large class of coumarin compounds in the botanical world.
It has powerful local antiseptic andmildanaesthetic actions. Cloves contain sesquiterpenes, these have been shown to have significant activity in inducing the detoxifying enzyme glutathione Stransferase in mouse liver and small intestine; the ability of natural anticarcinogens to induce such detoxifying enzymes correlates well with their ability to inhibi chemical carcinogenesis. Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D., N.D., in her book "The Cure for all Cancers", says,"[cloves have a great parasite killing abilitiy], nothing else known can kill the eggs of parasites in the body.
It is often used as deodorizer, perfume and perfume, and also used as flavoring agent for beverage, food, cigarette, plastic product, rubber product, etc
Coumarin is an import material of perfumery and fragrances.
1.Used as a spice for the preparation of floral fragrances such as lavender, rosemary and rosemary,
2.used in perfumes, cosmetics, soaps and detergents;
3.used as flavoring agents for blending fragrances to make the aroma be lasting and unchanged; 4.used as an electroplating additive to prevent the occurrence of pores in coating and can increase the brightness;
5.as the flavor enhancer of printing ink and plastic;
6.formerly used as spices and cigarettes spices, banned from 197; Since then, China had also prohibited it application in food;
7.used as pharmaceutical raw materials.
8. Coumarin is an import material of perfumery and fragrances.
1. It effects on stomach ulcers,can be used to lessen nausea, vomiting andflatulence and to stimulate the digestive system;
2. It has powerful local antiseptic and mild anaesthetic actions;
3. It can be used as insecticid.
4.Melilotus officinalis, long popular as food for grazing animals.
5.It is used medicinally as well. It contains various substances in the coumarin family. These chemicals are thought to help strengthen the walls of blood and lymph vessels. However there is no more than preliminary evidence that sweet clover is effective for any medical condition.
6.In the chemical industry, dicoumarol is extracted from the plant to produce rodenticides
7.It’s flowers and seeds can be used as flavoring.
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