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Anise oil (aniseed oil)

Anise oil (aniseed oil)

(Pimpinella anisum)
Product Code : NNI-AI-E10201
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Pimpinella anisum India Conventional Steam distillation Seeds Soluble in alcohol & oil

Variety: Anise Oil

The therapeutic property of Anise oil is obtain after the process of steam distilled and make free from chemicals. This finds its wide application in many areas of life and is safe to use.


Anise is a flowering plant that belongs to Apiaceae family of plant family. This annual plant is cultivated in summer. Leaves are feathery and it bears small white flowers that appear in dense umbels. It has seed pod that looks like fruits and is known as schizocarp that is Aniseed. Anise is rich in moisture content, protein and crude fibre.

A Brief History of Anise Oil

Anise Oil is obtained from the anise seed via the steam distillation process. The obtained oil has slight hunk notes, sweet and licorice like fragrance. It is used for different purposes and is safe to use for health, beauty and skin care products.

Historical Information
• The use and cultivation of Anise was explained by Roman and Greek authors.
• In 19th century, Charlemagne said that Anise can be grown on the royal farms.

Therapeutic benefits
• The benefits of Aniseed Oil is accredited to its properties such as antiseptic, decongestant, anti-rheumatic, anti-epileptic, expectorant, digestive, decongestant, sedative, anti-hysteric, insecticide and much more.
• It is useful to treat muscle pain, whooping cough, rheumatism, indigestion, bronchitis, flatulence, cramp, etc.
• Anise Oil acts as a tonic for respiratory tract and circulatory system.
• It calms down anxiety, menstrual pain and also stimulates lungs to expel out phlegm.

General Precautionary Measures!
• Avoid using Aniseed Oil to sensitive area, mucous membrane and eyes.
• It should be used only for the external purpose. Internal use of the oil is not recommended.
• Lactating mother, pregnant lady and children should avoid using oil that is extracted from seeds of Anise plant.

Botanical Name
Pimpinella anisum
Color & Odor
Colorless yellow liquid
F.E.M.A. #
Methods of Extraction
Steam distillation
Soluble in alcohol & oil
Specific Gravity
Flash Point
210 °F
Optical Rotation
Major Constituents

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