EOHUB CASE STUDIES
Plants generate a considerable amount of antioxidants, preservatives, and synthetic colours. There is much demand for these in the cosmetics industry. The perfume sector also uses important quantities of aromatic plants. The dermatological properties of plants are many and varied: tonics, astringents, anti-inflammatory, antiseptics, anti-scarring, cleansers, moisturisers, relaxants, emulsifiers, decongestant, refreshing, etc
FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY
The food industry uses everyday more natural products such as spices, flavourings and food preservatives. Many aromatic and medicinal plants antioxidant activity, germicidal and fungicidal actions which make them useful as food preservatives, attributed to volatile constituents such as phenols among other components.
THE PHARMACEUTICAL SECTOR
Medicinal and aromatic plants play an important role in the pharmaceutical sector, both in phytotherapy aspect, as in the strictly medicinal significance. Aromatherapy is the use of essentials oils for therapeutic purposes. The absorption can be topical, oral or through inhalation. The second group includes all preventive and therapeutic use of MAP or their active ingredients.
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