Evaluation of the health aspects of nutmeg, mace and their essential oils as food ingredients
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. Life Sciences Research Office, United States. Food and Drug Administration. Bureau of Foods
Life Sciences Research Office, Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 1973 - Cooking - 36 pages
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2l CFR 72-85 LIFE SCIENCES abortifacient acid number alcoholic beverages aril baked Committee on GRAS condiments and relishes constituent of nutmeg D. C. Contract daily intake day average intake desserts and mixes East Indian nutmeg effects elemicin emmenagogue essential oils eugenol FASEB Food and Drug freed of volatile frozen dairy desserts gelatins and puddings geraniol GRAS substances gravies hamsters HEALTH ASPECTS Indian nutmeg oil information on nutmeg intake of nutmeg isoeugenol kg per day Limonene Linalool LSRO mace oil mace oleo Mace oleoresin meat products metabolic methoxy methoxyeugenol mg per kg mice monoamine oxidase Myristica nonalcoholic beverages nutmeg and mace oil of nutmeg OILS AS FOOD optical rotation Oral LD50 values orally administered percent terpene processed vegetables Recognized as Safe RESEARCH OFFICE FEDERATION safrole Sciences Research Office SCOGS-18 EVALUATION Select Committee Societies for Experimental soft candy spice toxic trans-isoelemicin tryptamine weak hepatocarcinogen West Indian