Vanilla Oleoresin (Vanilla planifolia)
Vanilla Oleoresin may also be referred to as Vanilla Oleoresin, Vanilla Absolute, Vanilla Co2 Extract, or Vanilla Oleoresin. It is typically processed using solvent extracted as a method for extracting oil from the seeds.
- Aroma Description:
- Common Name(s): Vanilla Oleoresin, Vanilla Absolute, Vanilla Co2 Extract, or Vanilla Oleoresin
Synonyms(s) for Vanilla planifolia: Epidendrum rubrum, Myrobroma fragrans, Notylia planifolia, Notylia sativa, Vanilla aromatica, Vanilla bampsiana, Vanilla duckei, Vanilla fragrans, Vanilla planifolia var. angusta, Vanilla rubra, Vanilla sativa, Vanilla sylvestris, Vanilla viridiflora
- Botanical Family: Orchidaceae
- Botanical Genus: Vanilla
- Perfumery Note: Base
- Indigenous Country: Madagascar
- Cultivation: Distiller is Certified Organic
- Processing Methods: Solvent Extracted
- Part Typically Used: Seeds
- Shelf Life: 4-5 years
- Ethically and sustainably sourced
Benefits & Uses
Therapeutic Benefits of Vanilla Oleoresin:
Energetic, Spiritual, and Emotional Qualities
Energetics and Chakras Qualites of Vanilla Oleoresin:
1st Chakra - Survival and Support 2nd Chakra - Relationships Creation Energy Energizing Transformative Unconditional love Uplifting
Vanilla Oleoresin Articles or Publications:
- PubMed: Fungal endophytes of Vanilla planifolia across Réunion Island: isolation, distribution and biotransformation.
- PubMed: Phenol homeostasis is ensured in vanilla fruit by storage under solid form in a new chloroplast-derived organelle, the phenyloplast.
- PubMed: Expression profiles of key phenylpropanoid genes during Vanilla planifolia pod development reveal a positive correlation between PAL gene expression and vanillin biosynthesis.