ESSENTIAL OIL OF CALENDULA OFFICINALIS

Aziza Juraeva, Olim Azizov, Viloyat Abdullabekova, Nodira Yunusxodjaeva

Abstract


The article presents the results of research into component composition of raw calendula’s essential oil. The study was conducted by gas chromatography mass spectrophotometry method under the following conditions: column - CP-Wax58FFAPCB24,5 mmx 250mm x0,20 mmnominal, the mobile-phase-He (helium), speed-column mobile phase-1.0 ml /min, volume sample injection-5mkl; resolutions(5:1), in the Split, high-boiling chamber -220 ◦C, detector temperature 275◦C; Aux-200 ◦ C, column temperature 70C◦ gradually increased from 10◦C / min to 250◦C, maintained to the end of analysis temperature regime(250◦C)for 5min.

In the course of the research the following substances were indentified - 1H cyclopropazulen-0, 981%, α-amorphous-1, 926%, γ-cadinene-11, 598%, 1H-cyclopropazulen 4-oldecahydro-1-0.825% viridiflorol-2, 029%, β-cubeb -3.809%, T-1 muurololnaftalenol-8.522%.

In addition, it was ascertained that in different parts of the world calendula’s essential oils differ from each other in qualitative composition and quantitative components.


Keywords


calendula officinalis, flower, Uzbekistan, gazochromatomass, spectrophotometry, essential oils.

Full Text:

PDF

References


Adler, G., Kasprzyk, Z. (1975). Free sterols, steryl esters, glucosides, acylated glucosides and water-soluble complexes in Calendula officinalis. Phytochemistry, 14 (3), 627-631. DOI: 10.1016/0031-9422(75)83006-8

Derkach, A.I., Komissarenko, N.F., & Chornobay, V.T. (1986). Kumarini sotsvetiy Calendula officinalis i Helichrysum arenarium [Coumarinin florescences Calendula officinalis and Helichrysum arenarium] International Journal Chemistry of Natural Compounds, 6, 777.

Gazim, Z.C., Rezende, C.M., Fraga, S.R., Dias, B.P., & et al. (2008). Analysis of the essential oils from Calendula officinalis growing in Brazil using three different extraction procedures. Revista Brasileira de Cikncias Farmackuticas Brazilian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 44 (3, jul./set). Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1516-93322008000300008

Gosudarstvennaya farmakopeya SSSR XI izd. (1990). vipusk 2. State Pharmacopoeia of the USSR XI ed. vypusk 2.(1990). No 2, 237. Retrieved from http://www.twirpx.com/file/165211/

Gracza, L. (1987). Oxygen-containing terpene derivatives from Calendula officinalis. Planta med., 53 (2), 227. DOI: 10.1055/s-2006-962683

Ivasenko, S.A., Pribytkova, L.N., Adekenov, S.M., Yushchenko, N.S., & Bondarec, V.G. (2000). Soderjanie karotinoidov i flavonoidov v sotsvetiyax nekotorix sortov Calendula officinalis L. [The content of carotenoids and flavonoids in thein florescence of some varieties of Calendula officinalis L.] Rast. Resources, 2, 107-110.

Ismagilov, R.R, Kostylev, D.A. (2000). Kalendula [Calendula]. Ufa, BGAU 102. Retrieved from http://ovoport.ru/calendula/kniga

Janiszowska, W., Rygier, J. (1985). Changes in the levels of prenylquinones and tocopherols in Calendula officinalis during vegetation. Physiol. Plantarum,. 63(4), 425-430. DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1985.tb02321.x

Janiszowska, W. (1987). Intracellular localization of tocopherol biosynthesis in Calendula officinalis. Phytochemistry, 26 (5), 1403-1407. DOI: 10.1016/S0031-9422(00)81822-1

Kasprzyk, Z., Janiszewska, W., & Sobszyk, A. (1973). Metabolism of a new series of oleanolic acid glucosides in Calendula officinalis shoots. Acta Biochim., 20 (3), 231-235. Retrieved from http://http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4749664

Konovalova, O.A, Ribalko, K.S. (1990). Biologicheski aktivnie veshestva Calendula officinalis L.[Biologically active substances of Calendula officinalis L.] Rast.. Resources, 26 (3), 448-463.

Ladygina, E.Y. (1992).Kalendula lekarstvennaya (Calendula officinalis L) [Calendula officinalis] Pharmacy ,40(4), 84-86. Retrieved from http://kgmu.kcn.ru:8888/cgi-bin/irbis64r_12/cgiirbis_64.exe?LNG=&Z21ID=&I21DBN=JOURNAL&P21DBN=JOURNAL&S21STN=1&S21REF=10&S21FMT=fullwebr&C21COM=S&S21CNR=20&S21P01=0&S21P02=1&S21P03=A=&S21STR=%D0%9B%D0%B0%D0%B4%D1%8B%D0%B3%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%B0%20%D0%95.%20%D0%AF.

Marczal, G., Cserjesi, Z., Hethelyi, E., & Petri, G. (1987). Data on the essential oil content and composition of Calendula officinalis. Herba hung, 26 (2-3), 179-189. Retrieved from http// http://bazadan.com/book/ata-on-the-essential-oil-content-and-composition-of

Mashkovskii, M.D. (1998). Lekarstvennie sredstva [Lekarstvennye sredstva]. Izd.,12, 2, 433. Retrieved from http://www.webmedinfo.ru/lekarstvennye-sredstva-mashkovskij-m-d.html

Milborrow, B.V., Swift, I.E., & Netting, A.G. (1982). The stereochemistry of hydroxylation of the carotenoid lutein in Calendula officinalis. Phytochemistry, 21 (12), 2853-2857. DOI: 10.1016/0031-9422(80)85055-2

Pettit, G.R., Herald, Ch. L., Ode, R.H., Brown, P., Gust, D. J. & Michel, C. (1980). The isolation of loliolide from an Indian ocean opisthobranch mollusc. J. Natur. Product, 43 (6), 752-755. DOI: 10.1021/np50012a009

Peneva, P., Ivancheva, S., Vitkova, A., & Kozovska, V. (1985). Flavonoidi v Calendula officinalis [Flavonoids in Calendula officinalis]. Cropscience, 22 (4), 50-56.

Sharova, O.B. & Kurkin, V. A. (2007). Flavonoidi svetkov kalenduli lekarstvennoy [Flavonoids calendula officinalis flowers]. Journal Chemistry of plant raw materials,1, 65-68. Retrieved from http://www.chem.asu.ru/chemwood/volume11/2007_01/0701_065.pdf




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12955/emhpj.v7i2.432

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Print ISSN 1804-5804, Online ISSN 1804-9702

(c) 2018 CBU,o.p.s.