Anise Oil


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ANISE OIL:
Anise oil is also known as Aniseed oil, Pimpinella anissum, Star anise and Sweet cumin. Anise essential oil is derived from the perennial herbal plant anise or aniseed (Pimpinella anisum). Since ancient times, anise has been in use as a spice and flavoring agent for many foods and beverages. Due to its antioxidant properties, Anise oil useful for wrinkles. It is also employed to flavor liquors. In India and certain other countries, anise is also used as a mouth freshener and digestive agent. The medicinal properties of this herb were known long ago in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
The health benefits of Anise oil can be attributed to its properties as an anti-epileptic, anti-hysteric, anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, aperient, carminative, cordial, decongestant, digestive, expectorant, digestive, expectorant, insecticide, sedative, stimulant, and a vermifuge substance.
Anise is often confused with fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare) because both plants come from the Apiaceae family and have a similar taste. Anise is also confused with another herb called Chinese star anise (Illicium Verum), which is widely used in Asian countries and used to make the drug Tamiflu.
Chemical Composition:
The composition of anise essential oil varies depending on where it is produced. However, in general, the oil has about 80 to 90 percent anethol, which is responsible for its odor as well as some of its beneficial properties. Anethol's structure is similar to the catecholamines adrenaline, nor-adrenaline and dopamine.
Properties of Anise Oil:
Anise oil and anethol have antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, stimulant and expectorant properties. This is why anise oil is often used or added to medicine, such as cough syrups and lozenges. Anise essential oil also displays potent antioxidant action. The antibacterial properties of anise oil make it useful against bacterial strains like Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pyogenes, Escherichia coli and Corynebacterium ovis.
Anise oil where to Shop?
All you buyers/Importers currently it is known facts that we AOS Products Private Limited are Anise Oil Manufacturers in India that work as wholesale Exporters from India. Local customers from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Lucknow call us as ISO, GMP certified Suppliers in India. And as per the categories of worldwide with HALAL certification we AOS called Anise Oil Exporter. Visits our website to know current market Report of Anise oil of the year 2018-19.
USES AND BENEFITS:
Pharmaceutical Uses:

Anise oil help to ease in epileptic and hysteric episodes, relieves in arthritis pain. It is also used to clean wounds and help against infection. Situations or ailments caused by spasms are cramps, coughs, aches, diarrhea, nervous afflictions, and convulsions. Spasms are an excessive contraction of the respiratory tracts, muscles, nerves, blood vessels, and internal organs that result in severe coughs, cramps, convulsions, obstructed blood circulations, aches in the stomach and chest and other symptoms. The oil of anise, being a relaxant and an anti-spasmodic by nature, relax these contractions and give relief from the ailments mentioned above.
Cosmetic Uses:
Like coconut oil, anise oil is a safer alternative to chemical lice treatments. Anise oil is called a natural lice remover.
Edible Uses:
Even a small amount of anise seed can help add a boost of extra nutrients to your day, including iron, manganese and calcium.Consuming anise tea after meals helps treat digestive ailments such as bloating, gas, indigestion and constipation.Anise seed can be used whole or ground in cookies, cakes, candies or drinks.Anise oil, on the other hand, can be diffused, applied to the skin or even used in baking. Anise oil for baking works especially well for bumping up the flavor of foods and imparting its powerful taste and aroma.
BENEFITS OF ANISE OIL:

  1. Massage and inhalation during respiratory illness will helps to ease in inflamed or congested airways.
  2. Because of its strong, delightful fragrance, it is mostly used in biryanis, chicken, sea food and other vegetarian dishes.
  3. The oil produced from anise contains thymol, terpineol and anethole, which is used for treating cough and flu.
  4. Consuming star anise tea after meals helps treat digestive ailments such as bloating, gas, indigestion and constipation.
  5. Drinking one glass of water infused with the crushed seeds of star anise at night can increase one's sex drive!
  6. Dilute anise oil with carrier oil such as sweet almond oil, wheat germ oil and jojoba oil works best when inhaled or used in a diffuser. It can also be applied topically as massage oil.
  7. It is used as a flavoring agent.
  8. Oil is used to make medicine.
  9. It is used for upset stomach, intestinal gas.
  10. It is used as a diuretic to increase urine flow.
  11. It is used as an appetite stimulant
  12. It increases breast milk flow.
  13. It helps in menstruation problems like pain.
  14. It increases sex drive in man.
  15. It helps in constipation.
  16. It is used to get relive in asthma
  17. It is applied on skin to treat skin problems like scabies, & psoriasis.
  18. It is used in flavoring products such as milk products, gelatin, and meats.
  19. It gives flavoring to breath fresheners.
  20. It is used to give fragrance in soaps, creams & perfumes.
  21. Anise seed oil is rich in anti-oxidant so it helpful in Wrinkles.
Precautions:
  • The amount of anise found in foods is safe and can be consumed with minimal risk of side effects for most people. However, be sure to consume in moderation, as there is not enough evidence to determine the safety of consuming larger amounts.
  • However, when used or consumed in heavy doses, it was found to aggravate certain type of cancers, as anise is an estrogenic agent. Pregnant and nursing women may benefit from using this essential oil, particularly to promote breast milk production and normal menstruation and to reduce pain. The oil may even benefit men by boosting their libido. However, I strongly advise consulting a physician before use.
  • Finally, keep in mind that anise is safe for pets but should be used only in moderation. Anise is often called “catnip for dogs,” but high amounts are thought to result in negative symptoms like an upset stomach or depressed nervous system.
COMPONENTS OF ANISE OIL:
The chemical constituents of Anise oil are alpha pinene, beta pinene, camphene,cis anethole, linalool, transanethole, anisaldehyde, acetanisole & saffron.
Anise essential oil blends well with:
Anise oil blends with other essential oils such as cardamom oil, rosewood oil, petit grain, mandarin oil, fennel oil, coriander oil, cedar wood oil &caraway oil.

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Thanks AOS to offer high quality of Anise seed oil. I am from Bangalore. I want to use it for wrinkles problems

By Khemraj Saini Posted On 2019-04-20

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What this oil useful for acne

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