|Payment Terms:||L/C,D/A,D/P,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||100 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month menthol alcohol|
|Other Names:||peppermint camphor|
|Place of Origin:||Henan China|
|Usage:||Daily Flavor,Food Flavor,Industrial Flavor,Tobacco Flavor|
|Model Number:||menthol alcohol|
|Apparence:||Colorless needle crystal|
|Melting point:||42 °C - 44°C|
|Extraction Type:||Cold Extracted|
|Arsenic content:||Less than 3ppm|
|Specific Gravity:||0.891 (at 25°C)|
|Packaging Detail:||25 kg & 40 kg fiber drums or as per buyer choice|
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Colorless needle-like crystal or white crystallinei powder
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Easily dissloved in ethanol, trichloromethane and aether. Slightly dissolved in water
1.In non-prescription products for short-term relief of minor sore throat and minor mouth or throat irritation
2.As an antipruritic to reduce itching
3.As a topical analgesic to relieve minor aches and pains such as muscle cramps, sprains, headaches and similar conditions, alone or combined with chemicals like camphor,eucalyptus oil or capsaicin. In Europe it tends to appear as a gel or a cream, while in the US patches and body sleeves are very frequently used
4.In decongestants for chest and sinuses (cream, patch or nose inhaler)
5.In certain medications used to treat sunburns, as it provides a cooling sensation (then often associated with aloe)
6.As an additive in certain cigarette brands, for flavor, to reduce the throat and sinus irritation caused by smoking.
7.Commonly used in oral hygiene products and bad-breath remedies like mouthwash, toothpaste, mouth and tongue-spray, and more generally as a food flavor agent; e.g., in chewing gum, candy
8.In a soda to be mixed with water to obtain a very low alcohol drink.
9.As a pesticide against tracheal mites of honey bees
10.In perfumery, menthol is used to prepare menthyl esters to emphasize floral notes (especially rose)
11.In first aid products such as "mineral ice" to produce a cooling effect as a substitute for real ice in the absence of water or electricity (Pouch, Body patch/sleeve or cream)
12.In various patches ranging from fever-reducing patches applied to children's foreheads to "foot patches" to relieve numerous ailments (the latter being much more frequent and elaborate in Asia, especially Japan: some varieties use "functional protrusions", or small bumps to massage ones feet as well as soothing them and cooling them down)
13.In some beauty products such as hair-conditioners, based on natural ingredients
14.As an antispasmodic and smooth muscle relaxant in upper gastrointestinal endoscopy.
25 kg & 40 kg fiber drums or as per buyer choice
In one cool ,dry place and keep away from the sunshine.keep the packaging be good .
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