List of our Subcritical CO2 extracts:

Anise Subcritical Subcritical CO2 extract

Bay Leaf Subcritical CO2 extract

Black pepper Subcritical CO2 extract

Black seed Subcritical CO2 extract

#Buddhawood Subcritical CO2 extract

Calendula Subcritical CO2 extract

Camomile Subcritical CO2 extract

Caraway Subcritical CO2 extract

Cardamom Subcritical CO2 extract

Celery Subcritical CO2 extract

Chilli Subcritical CO2 extract

Cinnamon Subcritical CO2 extract

Clove Subcritical CO2 extract

Coconut Subcritical CO2 extract

Coffee Subcritical CO2 extract

Coriander Subcritical CO2 extract

Dill Subcritical CO2 extract

Emerald Cypress Subcritical CO2 extract

Fennel Subcritical CO2 extract

Ginger Subcritical CO2 extract

Hemp seed Subcritical CO2 extract

Lemongrass Subcritical CO2 extract

Linen seed Subcritical CO2 extract

Nutmeg Subcritical CO2 extract

Parsley Subcritical CO2 extract

Pepermint Subcritical CO2 extract

Pimento Subcritical CO2 extract

Pine nut Subcritical CO2 extract

Pine resin Subcritical CO2 extract

Rosemary Subcritical CO2 extract

Sandalwood Subcritical CO2 extract

Seabucktorn Subcritical CO2 extract

Siberian Fir Subcritical CO2 extract

Staranise Subcritical CO2 extract



The differences between Subcritical- and Supercritical CO2 extractions.

Two innovative CO2 extraction technologies, Subcritical and Supercritical. Both are very good and in demand.

However, there are significant difference in between these two methods of extractions.

Supercritical method helps accurately extract the necessary and particular components from raw materials. For example, Supercritical method allow extracting fatty oils from Sandalwood nuts, while Subcritical extraction does not.

On the other hand, Subcritical extraction is one of the best method when it is necessary to extract aromatic components, for example, terpenes, and when the presence of resins, waxes, chlorophylls and fatty oils in the extracts is not required.

For example, the plant contains 3% of the required terpenes (aromatics) and the yield for Supercritical extraction is 10%, what does it have to do with unnecessary ingredients?

The density of the solvent within Subcritical extraction should be equal to the density of the extracted substances.

The density of terpenes is 700-1000 g/l,

The density of Supercritical CO2 is 400-500 g/l,

The density of Subcritical CO2 is 700-1000 g/l depending on temperature and pressure.

Subcritical extracts, due to the absence of resins and waxes in the composition, are more suitable for cosmetics and food.

Their compositions are harmonious and beautiful.

Subcritical CO2 extracts of Sandalwood, Buddhawood and Cypress, in addition to aromatics, contain resinoids, which make them excellent fixatives for perfumes and cosmetics.

The temperature of Subcritical CO2 extraction is 15-28 C, so there is no temperature degradation of the extracted substances and raw materials.

Also, the energy consumption for Subcritical CO2 extraction is lower compared to Supercritical  method; the residuals after Subcritical  extraction can be successfully used for subsequent water-alcohol extraction or tea manufacturing.

Therefore, we have chosen Subcritical CO2 extraction and we are offering our excellent product to you.