The compositions of the essential oils of three Jordanian Salvia species, S. lanigera and S. spinosa from a desert climate, and S. syriaca from a Mediterranean habitat, were studied. All three oils are rich in monoterpene derivatives (68–73%). S. lanigera and S. spinosa showed a very high content of thymol, 54.9% and 68.9%, respectively. The main constituents of S. syriaca were thymol, a-pinene and isobornyl acetate (15.5%, 12.6% and 12.0%, respectively)

Essential oils of the aerial parts of three Salvia species from Jordan: Salvia lanigera, S. spinosa and S. syriaca

FLAMINI, GUIDO;MORELLI, IVANO;
2007-01-01

Abstract

The compositions of the essential oils of three Jordanian Salvia species, S. lanigera and S. spinosa from a desert climate, and S. syriaca from a Mediterranean habitat, were studied. All three oils are rich in monoterpene derivatives (68–73%). S. lanigera and S. spinosa showed a very high content of thymol, 54.9% and 68.9%, respectively. The main constituents of S. syriaca were thymol, a-pinene and isobornyl acetate (15.5%, 12.6% and 12.0%, respectively)
2007
Flamini, Guido; Cioni, P. L.; Morelli, Ivano; Bader, A.
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