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Taraktogenos kurzii seed oil is a pale yellow oil used as a solvent, skin conditioning emollient. The oil is unusual in that it’s not made up of straight chain fatty acids but acids with a cyclic group at the end of the chain.

The oil is pale yellow to brown in color. The oil contains a toxic substance, curcasin, which has a strong purging effect, a few drops of the oil being equivalent to a large spoonful of castor oil.

Major Fatty Acid Composition of Chalumogra Oil
Myristic acid 0-0.5%

Palmitic acid 12-17%

Stearic acid 5-6%

Oleic acid 37-63%

Linoleic acid 19-40%

BRINGI, N.V.; “Non-Traditional Oilseeds and Oils in India”, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. PVT. Ltd. 1987. ISBN 81-204-0190-5. pp 231-235

ECKEY, E.W., Vegetable Fats and Oils, Reinhold Publishing Corp., 1954. pp 695-6

MUKHERJEE, N.; “Antifungal activities of some oils and detergents. I.Action on spore germination, growth and sporulation of some plant pathogenic fungi” Zeitschrift Fuer Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz. Vol 81, No.:8, p.468-471

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