Physicochemical studies of hemp (Cannabis sativa) seed oil using enzyme‐assisted cold‐pressing

@article{Latif2009PhysicochemicalSO,
  title={Physicochemical studies of hemp (Cannabis sativa) seed oil using enzyme‐assisted cold‐pressing},
  author={S. Latif and Farooq Anwar},
  journal={European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology},
  year={2009},
  volume={111},
  pages={1042-1048}
}
  • S. Latif, Farooq Anwar
  • Published 2009
  • Chemistry
  • European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology
  • The effects of enzyme-assisted cold-pressing (EACP) on the physicochemical attributes of Cannabis sativa (hemp) seed oil were investigated using five enzyme preparations: Protex 7L, Viscozyme L, Kemzyme, Feedzyme, and Natuzyme. The oil contents (28.4–32.8%) offered by the enzyme-treated hempseeds were found to be significantly (p ,0.05) higher than that determined for the control (26.7%). The protein, fiber, and ash contents of the seeds were unaffected by the enzyme treatment. There were no… CONTINUE READING
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