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Corylus avellana is the parent plant of:
- Folia Coryli avellanae(INCI name: Corylus avellana extract), the extract from the leaves of the hazel bush. Ingredients are 0.04% essential oil, taraxerol, beta-sitosterol.
- Folia Coryli avellanae is used under the INCI name Corylus avellanae extract (INCI) in cosmetic products as a skin care product
- Cortex Coryli avellanae is the extract from the bark of the hazel bush.
- Oleum Coryli avellanae(INCI designation Corylus avellana nut oil), the hazelnut oil, is the fatty oil from the hazelnut kernels. It contains about 85% oleic acid glycerol ester and 10% palmitic acid glycerol ester.
- Allergologically hazelnut allergens play an important role (see hazelnut allergy, see also tree pollen).
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Hazel bushes grow preferentially on the edges of forests, but also form hedges in fallow land. They need nutrient-rich, loamy soil and plenty of light. The hazelnut is common in the northern hemisphere with 15 species; in the Alps it can be found up to an altitude of 1800 m.
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