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Mustard oil contains about 64% monounsaturated fatty acid, 26% polyunsaturated fats acid and about 15% saturated fatty acids, low acid value impart its commercial and domestic importance. It is active for free radical scavenging and microbial activity, making immune system strong and to stay away from coronary heart diseases. Cloves are the aromatic dried flower buds of Syzygium aromaticum having higher percentage of euginol followed by caryophyllene as least concentration component. Animal oil() containing 65% saturated fatty acid, 32% monounsaturated fatty acid and 3% polyunsaturated fatty acids, mostly used in ayurveda in various forms for numerous medical applications including, treatment of allergy, skin and respiratory diseases.
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Author(s): Monika Gupta Devi Singh Pankaj Gularia and Sudhakar Gupta
clove, mustard and animal oil, GCMS, acid value and saponification value., chemical constituents