Anethi Essential Oil
Botanical Name: Anethum sowa
Country of Origin: India
Extraction Process: Steam Distillation
Active Constituent(s): Carvone 54.2% and Dillapiole 19.5%
Part of Plant: Seeds
Botanical Description: Anethi is an annual herb of the parsley family.
Appearance: Ranges from a clear to pale yellow liquid.
Oil Consistency: Thin
Perfumery Note: Middle
Aromatherapy: Anethi Essential Oil has a sharp and sweet penetrating herbaceous odor similar to caraway. This oil is 100% pure and natural essential oil; certified as per the processes of the ISO 9235 standard.
Essential Oil Recipes: Anethi Essential Oil blends well with Anise star, Caraway, Celery Seed, Cade and Cardamom Essential Oils.
Uses: Essential Oils such as Anethi Oil can be used in an ultrasonic essential oil diffuser. It may also be used for aromatherapy massage when diluted in a suitable carrier oil.
Interesting Facts: Anethi Essential Oil is also known as East Indian Dill. Anethi Essential Oil was traditionally used as an herbal remedy for the relief of flatulence. It is used as a flavoring agent in pickling and has a sweet aromatic and pungent taste.
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