Various plants’ leaves, stems or fruits distillation is one of the most ancient methods for extracting them. To produce more types of distillates, such as lippies, roses, rosaceae or pussy and elegantine and citrus aurantium, their leaves or petals are used.
The petals or leaves are thrown with water in large tanks or boilers and heat them slowly. The salts and elements in the plant are dissolved in water gradually by more heat, and the steam is transferred through a tube to a cold chamber and then converted to a fluid that is actually a solution including the elements and the compounds of the plant with water.
This liquid or extract is packed in half a liter or one liter or even heavier packages, and then distributed or exported to other countries. Extracts or distillates usually have good flavor and are often used as flavors. But all of them have organic medicinal properties.
Types of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant compounds are among the most commonly used substances in most of distillates. These nutrient extracts can be used as a sweet and tasty additive, with food, or with desserts, sweets and syrups.
Consuming distillates have no problem for healthy people, but it’s better to have some information about the nature and composition of it. On the other hand, consuming excessive amounts of it in one go is not at all correct, and consider the advices of a nutritionist to combine it with other beverages. Although the best way to detect the quality of the substance is through the lab, however, some other methods can detect high-quality distillates from the poor ones. The products with high quality have a standard badge and a certificate from the Ministry of Health. Also, the date of production and consumption are on them and are sold by reputable manufacturers and sellers.