DEFINITION Paraconiothyrium sporulosum strain YK-03 internal transcribed
spacer 1, partial sequence; 5.8S ribosomal...
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DEFINITION Paraconiothyrium sporulosum strain YK-03 internal transcribed
spacer 1, partial sequence; 5.8S ribosomal...
YK03 is the strain id of Paraconiothyrium sporulosum fungus, 1 might designate the configuration of the constituent isolated
have you tried libertynatural.com, they used to sell a number of concretes
well the acetal will be stable.....
of course we know hydrolysis will reverse it, just as hydrolysis will reverse an imine......
how can it not matter;
I mix my aldehyde with the alcohol, to form the acetal. [ x parts rose absolute to x parts aldehyde accord, warm to 80f, agitate for 1 hour, cool and blend with...
I think the mixing sequence might matter,
many aldehydes are used diluted, and in most cases in ethanol, those aldehydes are now protected.
ethanol is not the only alcohol that will react, any...
but in a perfume an aldehyde could react with excess alcohols first and form acetals, and the imine formation may never start.
alcohol-musks? what is an alcohol musk?
"animal produced them as part of its scent for a good reason"
the reason they are found is they are the precursor to the ketones, which are the parts of...
The corresponding alcohols of the macro cyclic ketones are really very low in odor profile if any and have never been useful in perfumery.
Why are you trying to recreate hinoki, can't you simply use the hinoki essential oil ?
Whitelotusaromatics sells 3 jasmine essential oils.
I would agree, especially that clear part,
possibly an addendum;
I believe the 500 dalton rule must apply
if the skin is exposed or covered, maybe not that important.....
I think you would agree that trans dermal drug delivery is completely different as compared to trans dermal essential oil constituent absorption
excess eugenol uptake effects from topically applied...
it is my understanding the avascular epidermis is sectioned into 5 layers, and it was also my understanding the dermis has 2 avascular connective tissue layers.
arbitrary or not there can be...
but David, I did not mention bloodstream absorption in any of my earlier posts......when discussing the 500 Dalton rule.
I was deliberate in not doing so, my first mention of bloodstream absorption...
exactly, I am not an aromatherapist, I do not know how essential oils would be applied, but I have read that a number of essential oils should be avoided
given certain circumstances, e.g. ...
I am lost with that,
what claim are you referring too ?
the MW [molecular weight] of under 500 Dalton is the maximum accepted threshold for skin absorption.
as an example all of the listed IFRA skin allergens and materials listed as restricted for...
I don't believe I stated that "the only controlling factor for chemicals to pass through undamaged skin is molecular size/weight"
That is a good question,
I think so, but the amount is miniscule, first of all a couple of sprays might be 0.2 ml of the fragrance
assuming what I have read that 1ml gives 5-7 sprays...
there is a waterproof protein that prevents this.
however water can be absorbed in the outer skin layer....also water can act as a carrier to speed up skin absorption of a chemical...
yes David, that is correct, and as you mentioned essential oils are mixtures so they are absorbed by each molecule.
now if there are any benefits / healing results to this I do not know......
Nicotine is absorbed through the skin.
There is no need for a carrier.
There are NO constituents/molecules of any essential oil larger than 500 daltons....
even the heavy synthetic musks are...
that is a good one !!
but it is non the less natural lavender, rather than a synthetic
so therefore a cloned human would have a soul, yes?
well if it smells like a fish, it must be a fish no?
you lost me there ?
"something none of us would call a lavender essential oil"
so your are suggesting synthetic vanillin could be called natural vanillin ?
Current labeling laws and standards in the US and the EU are very precise on naturals, degrees of naturalness only would complicate and or could
contradict current regulations, in my opinion, in as...
But at what point does manipulation cross the line ?
If a human would be cloned from the dna found in a skin cell, would that human be natural ?
If dna is coded by a computer. then created in a...
well nicotine is an oxygen free alkaloid so it is a volatile liquid, my guess is what you think might be an essential oil
could very well be predominantly nicotine.
"It is full strength like musk absolute"
could you explain what musk absolute is?
"This is a scientifically accurate reproduction"
how could this be possible?
the minor constituents are...
am wondering if neoprene stoppers would work with the bottles you have, neoprene is good up to 250 F
umm, Petunia flowers are edible, chefs use them all the time in season
Allured Publishing bought the copyrights from Arctander's wife some time ago.
You could contact them with your questions.
I wasn't trying to confuse the subject, I was only pointing out the fact that indigenous peoples have very different ways,
often looked upon as primitive, or objectionable by outsiders.
@MrP, correct that was the case for decades, however before musk deer and a litany of other wild animals,
became exploited by outsiders, for centeries, these animals where hunted/killed for food...
David, with all due respect do you really think the person / company that is offering the material killed the deer, or as you say "slaughtered" it for a smell?
Not that we know how the material was...
It is quite a bit more complicated in the USA because of the The Endangered Species Act passed in 1973.
So not only do you have to deal with US customs and Border control, you must comply...
Yes, that is the problem, without the CITES export permit, your import permit is of no use.
CITES will not issue export permits for any commercial use of species on appendix I.
So while you may...
A couple of things to point out;
All musk deer species are CITES listed, and as such, export permits are required for all exporting of specimens.
If importing to the USA,...
a few other essential oils distilled from roots;
further down on that page;
"(the roots are the most valuable part of the tree from which to extract the oil)"
what about getting a GC done?
Robmcbryde, sorry to say, but that is a fake pod
as far as I understand, the levels for the listed 26 allergens are 0.001% in leave on products.
sorry, I was not being literal
salting out does not necessarily mean 'table salt' :(
yes, you must use k2co3
In the past I have simply salted out whiskey, resulting in 95%+ whiskey, which is perfect for ethanol based perfumery.
of course this doesn't help the OP.
David, could it have been musk tibetene ?
I seem to recall that had a dryness to it
do you need a lot ? if not I have some left from a project, maybe 20 grams perhaps, could send you some ?
it was from Vigon about 6 years ago
this is probably a dumb question, but why the exaltone from muskrat, rather than what is made now?
I only messed with this in the hopes of coming up with the dihydro-civetone
yes, thats what we had nuggets, maybe they serve yankies the scaps ?
I have eaten gator down south, it is actually very good.
Paul, The dried glans are no good, you need to work with fresh glands, you also need to make sure
the glands are whole and in the preservative only. [Sodium Benzoate]
forgot to mention,
so only 2% of a purified extract of the glands are the macrocyclic ketones [the mixed musks], the other 98% are the corresponding alcohols.
so while you are correct, it is possible to oxidise the...
Paul, why do you say that ?
haha, that is the price per pound
Alligators have two sets of scents glands, although they have been called musk glands there have been no macrocyclic musk compounds identified.
the slight rose scent is overpowered by a...
Chris, if you have ever smelled a tarsal gland from a deer you would know there is nothing there for use in perfumery.
I have worked with and studied deer / animal materials for 40 years, there is...
Only species of Moschus genus have a musk gland.
All species in the Cervidae family have scent glands, of which the the most easily
perceived scent comes from tarsal glands, and is of no value...
pre fixing alcohol was really deodorization, ethanol distillation and rectification methods back then were very crude as compared
to modern day distillations, if you have ever smelled real...
form a LLC for your perfume company, and find a reasonable product liability insurance, depending on your state, it might run a few hundred dollars a year,
and forget about getting sued....
End up in the street? you can't be serious.
I will have to relabel my frankincense resin and benzoin resin tinctures, to solutions then, as well as all of the other resin tinctures.
here is an interesting read;
maybe I used the wrong word, frankincense tears is the tree resin or the starting material as you mention.
would this not be dependent on ones definition of a tincturing process as well as what material was tinctured?
for example frankincense tears, they dissolve in a few hours even faster if the...
Bill, with all do respect I would disagree,
this certainly would pertain to perfumery, in fact evaporation curves have been studied for years in terms of how a fragrance is constructed.
Implausibility of the vibrational theory of olfaction
really pretty sad, how people are treated here.
There are only a few cents each, however the minimum order amount is crazy, like 10,000
those are the glass dabbers made for ASAQ, if you are familiar with that house, they are made in China
I use these glass stoppers
The heavy handed moderation was supposedly stopped, but now if one disagrees or points out inaccuracies
with the so called appointed experts or a few that just suck up...
perhaps check with a perfume society in the country where you live, but as an example
here in the US, the American Society of perfumers, you must be invited to join, a perfumer is...
Is the cost of their Santalol out of the question for your purchase?
they sure are an incredible for cooking
looks very nice mumsy,
so English Black truffle, never heard of that type, are they similar to french or italian types
You can slice and tincture the truffles, the tincture is amazing, I use the black Italian winter truffles.
Biolandes also sells a black truffle infusion, which is a tincture, not as stong...
PA, sells the reconstructed bergamot by Givauden, which is really nice.
are you opposed to using synthetics, there are a few real nice synthetic bergamots out there
David this will clear things up;
Chemical analysis showed that ?-terpinene degrades rapidly, forming allylic epoxides and p-cymene
as the major...
all I was pointing out is you will not get p-Cymene from Limonene auto-oxidation / degradation / poor lemon oil storage.
p-Cymene however will form as oxidative product due to degradation / poor...
it was my understanding para-cymene is the oxidative product of gama-terpinene, rather than from limonene.
I use a ceramic stove top cleaner, works well, barkeepers friend or the like, sometimes a little peroxide will help
buy the 151 rum and salt it out, I did that last year for a custom whiskey perfume, I salted out devil's cut Bourbon and got it close to 96%
don't know what your oil base is, or if you could choose one,
but one solution would be to use fractionated coconut oil, it is alcohol soluble.
very diluted skatole will have a certain floral aspect,
but to your question, as far as the sweetness and the main floral notes,
think about auto-degradation and esterfication, then...
your welcome Paul
so if you want to build just the macrocyclic musk base use
5 - 10 parts exaltone - per your needed profile
1 part civetone
1 part cyclohexadecanone a.k.a. iso muscone
but that will not give...
just curious why you mentioned civet is a "precious (and rare) material" ?
in higher quality civet, cyclopentadecanone, a.k.a. exaltone is found in much higher quantities than civetone, in some cases 20 times the amount of civetone,
and in some farms, dihydrocivetone is...
I read once that the harsh distillation of rosewood causes the racemic linalool, I suppose due to the high of heat and or excess pressure.
maybe it is the civet your using Bill?
2% civet tincture is very sweet and floral, no barnyard....
this was my last batch;
bugouate - bergamont - 60 6 * - sicilian
citron - lemon - 3.0 .3 * - cold pressed italian
lavande - lavendar - 17.0 1.7 * - 40/42 france
B. d. R. - bois de...
did you use oak moss, or tree moss abs,
I made a batch using some old pine tree moss and a really good opoponax resinoid, checking today
I get the same powder as my 1950's version.
this is what i think perhaps;
60 - Bergamot
03 - Lemon
17 - Lavender
25 - B d R (not sure what this is) = bois de rose = rosewood
05 - Coriander
03 - Neroli petals
01 - Mint or...
Jicky was known for it's high dose of civet....
Shocking used even a higher dose years later
it seems it could be Jean Carles, it is also interesting he did Shocking in 1937, which was another perfume with a high dose of civet....
the right side also mentions formula by Henry Robert,...
did you like brut back when it first came out, that was my goto fragrance in 1966 and 67