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|BOTANICAL NAME||ORIGIN||CULTIVATION||METHOD OF EXTRACTION||SOURCE||NOTE||SOLUBILITY|
|Pimpinella anisum||China||Steam Distillation||Fruit||Soluble in Alcohols,Essential Oils|
Aniseeds are the products of the Anise plant and after its stem distillation the oil is obtained. Anise plant is actually an herb that grows annually. We actively provide our customers with various types of high quality Aniseed oil. Our trained executives work all through making use of advanced technologies to process and obtained the oil in the best possible condition. And, also we make sure to pack it with all the precision in airtight bottles.
This annual plant has an average height of around 30-50 cm and the plant grows such that it is completely covered with fine looking hair. Length of the seeds goes to around 3 mm to 5 mm and has short stalks attached to it and is oval in shape. On each of the pericarp, five longitudinal ridges can easily be seen. These seeds have pleasant aromatic taste and have characteristic agreeable odor.
Uses of Aniseed Spice Oil
• Aniseed Spice oil acts as a sedative as well as a Narcotic and can be helpful in any type of hysteric episodes and epileptic.
• It acts as a pain reliever and is helpful in providing relief in case of any arthritis pain.
• Aniseed oil is an antiseptic and can be quite helpful in cleansing and providing protection against any type of infections.
• It is also helpful in elimination of any type of congestion in caused into the respiratory tracts and is therefore often referred to as expectorant or Decongestant.
• It can also be a very good favouring agent and can be used in variety of foods and beverages for making them taste good.
• This oil has also been believed to be helpful in stimulating breast production and it has phytoestrogenic properties.
General Precautionary Measures!
• People who suffer from any type of allergies should avoid its uses. You should not use the oil if you are allergic to pollen, carrots or celery.
• Intake of 1 to 5 ml of Anise seed oil can result into causing vomiting, nausea, seizure or pulmonary enema. You must consult your doctor immediately if you are experiencing any of these symptoms (including Any allergic reaction, Mouth or lip inflammation, Nausea, vomiting, or seizures, Skin irritation).