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 "As the epithet odoratum suggests, the plant is strongly scented [Fresh plants are odorless! AK], the sweet scent being derived from coumarin. This scent increases on wilting and then persists on drying, and the dried plant is used in pot-pourri and as a moth deterrent. It is also used, mainly in Germany, to flavour May wine (called "​[[https://​de.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Maibowle|Maibowle]]"​ or "​Maitrank"​ in German), sweet juice punch, syrup for beer (Berliner Weisse), brandy, jelly, jam, a soft drink (Tarhun, which is Georgian), ice cream, and herbal tea." [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Galium_odoratum]] "As the epithet odoratum suggests, the plant is strongly scented [Fresh plants are odorless! AK], the sweet scent being derived from coumarin. This scent increases on wilting and then persists on drying, and the dried plant is used in pot-pourri and as a moth deterrent. It is also used, mainly in Germany, to flavour May wine (called "​[[https://​de.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Maibowle|Maibowle]]"​ or "​Maitrank"​ in German), sweet juice punch, syrup for beer (Berliner Weisse), brandy, jelly, jam, a soft drink (Tarhun, which is Georgian), ice cream, and herbal tea." [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Galium_odoratum]]
  
-A vacuum headspace concentrate of freshly cut flowering woodfruff contained more than 80% of coumarin (formed by cleavage of  2-hydroxycinnamic acid glucoside = o-coumaric acid glucoside) as artifact. Other constituents of this concentrate included linalool, borneol, caryophyllene,​ (Z)-3-hexenol and (Z)-3-hexenyl acetate. \\+A vacuum headspace concentrate of freshly cut flowering woodfruff ​with excellent sensory properties ​contained more than 80% of coumarin (formed by cleavage of  2-hydroxycinnamic acid glucoside = o-coumaric acid glucoside) as artifact. Other constituents of this concentrate included linalool, borneol, caryophyllene,​ (Z)-3-hexenol and (Z)-3-hexenyl acetate. \\
 [Surburg et al., Volatile compounds from Flowers, in: Teranishi, R.;Buttery, R. G.;​Sugisawa,​ H. Bioactive volatile compounds from plants. (Book) 1993, 176]  [Surburg et al., Volatile compounds from Flowers, in: Teranishi, R.;Buttery, R. G.;​Sugisawa,​ H. Bioactive volatile compounds from plants. (Book) 1993, 176] 
  
galium_odoratum_l._scop.txt · Zuletzt geändert: 2017/03/24 09:59 von andreas