Salty Taste:
Cinamons Syrup, Orange syrup, citri acid syrup, Cherry syrup, cocoa syrup, syrup whild Chery, Raspbbery syrup, Gliycyrrhizae elixsir, Aromtic glyceryhizae elixir and syrup. Bitter Taste: Cocoa Syrup, Flowed, Raspberry syrup, Cherry Syrup, Cinamon syrup, Compound syrup, syrup Parilla, citri acid syrup, syrup Licorice, Aromatic elixsir, Orange syrup, syrup Chery.

Sour Taste:
Raspbery syrup, Acasia Syrup, Taragakan, Unikle Acacia, Alcoholic ehicle.

Oily Taste:
sarsaparilla syrup, winter green oil , lemon, orange and oleum anisi or a combination of the most epektip Menthae oleum. (REMINGTON)

Preparation of Betel Leaf and Finger Root Effervescent Tablet

Beverage betel-finger root is included herbal drinks kinds, recipes from our nation's heritage of Indonesia. Tablet- betel-finger root formed from alloys rhizome finger root retrieval (Boesenbergiae pandurata Roxb) and betel leaf (Pipper betle Linn), which has been extracted into a powder and added ingredients such as sodium bicarbonate and citric acid, and stabilizer effervescent, sucrose and dextrose, which then molded into tablets.

Mosquito Repellent Lotion Formula

Conditioning mosquito repellent lotion formula, a non-greasy and has a long-lasting silky after feel.
IngredientsWeight %
Part A
Cetyl alcohol3
Propylene Glycol5
Methyl paraben : Propyl paraben(7:3)0.4
Titanium Dioxide0.4

Part B
Cetyl alcohol2
Cetyl phosphate1
Hexyl laurate4


Mosquito Repellent Aerosol Formula and Manufacturing

Choosing The active ingredient
For a material to be valuable as a mosquito repellent, it must meet certain criteria :
  • effectively discourage insect attack on the treated area for hours and on different types of surfaces.
  • work under a variety of different environmental conditions.
  • not toxic or cause irritation when applied to human or animal skin.
  • it must be cosmetically acceptable, having a pleasant odor, taste, and feel.
  • harmless to clothing.
  • relatively low cost and effective against other common types of insects, such as flies.
The active ingredients contained in the mosquito repellents generally make up 5-30% of the final products. DEET (n, n-diethyl-m-toluamide) has been used more than any other. DEET is the compound which results from a reaction of m- toluic acid with thionyl chloride followed by a reaction with diethyl amine.

Other repellent ingredients used include citronella oil, dimethyl phthalate, lavender, lemon-grass oil, and peppermint oil. It has been found that mixtures of various repellent compounds often provide greater effectiveness than any one compound alone.