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Name: Fennel Oil

Cas: 8006-84-6

Purity: 99%min


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Chemical Structure

Basic Info:

CAS No:8006-84-6
Stock AvailabilityIn stock
Brand NameLook chem

Product Introduction:

Fennel Oil is mainly found in fennel seeds (seeds, fruits), with a content of 3% to 6%.

Cumin essential oil extracted from fennel is both edible and medicinal. It can also be used as a fragrance for cosmetics.

Fennel Oil is a colorless or light yellow liquid with a sweet, five-scented fragrance. The smell is similar to that of anise oil and is slightly clearer.

Main ingredients: methyl black pepper phenol, trans-Anethole (content up to 87-94%), anisaldehyde, cedarene, 2-methyl butyric acid isoeugenol ester, etc.

As a natural flavoring spice, Fennel Oil has a long history of use all over the world.

Nature and Specifications:

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Product Usage:

Can be used as a spice

  • As a spice, Fennel Oil is mainly used in alcohol, candy, beverage, bread, ice cream, gum, meat, broth, etc.
  • It can also be used directly for cooking and making seasonings, as well as for flavoring meat products and baked goods.
  • Fennel essential oil can be used to extract anethole, prepare toothpaste flavors and medicines, and also be used in medicine.

Use in medicine

  • Fennel Oil can be used medicinally to relieve qi, relieve pain, invigorate the stomach, and dispel cold.

Fennel oil is also widely used in most beverages, snacks, cold drinks, dairy products, canned products, cigarettes, and medicines in modern life.

The Effect of Fennel Oil:

Antibacterial activity

  • Fennel Oil has an obvious broad-spectrum antibacterial effect on fungi. At the same time, fennel essential oil was also found that the content of anethole and love grass, the main components of the essential oil, is proportional to the antibacterial effect of the essential oil.
  • The cuminone in fennel essential oil has a selective antifungal effect. Another high content of limonene (5.85%) in cumin oil.
  • This essential oil can well inhibit the growth of Penicillium, Alternaria alternata and Aspergillus niger.

Anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects

  • Studies have shown that fennel can inhibit inflammation in the liver of rats and reduce the cell secretion of tumor necrosis factor TNF-α.
  • Fennel essential oil can be seen that the anti-inflammatory effect of Fennel Oil may be related to the inhibition of TNF-α and other inflammatory mediators.
  • Experimental results show that fennel volatile oil can relieve visceral pain and has analgesic effect.

Anti-liver fibrosis

  • Many studies have shown that it has preventive or anti-liver fibrosis effects.
  • The mechanism is not yet clear, and it may be related to Fennel Oil’s ability to inhibit lipid peroxidation in the liver and increase collagen degradation.
  • At the same time, fennel essential oil has a certain effect on regulating electrolyte balance to improve digestive tract function and dietary status. However, the cause of liver fibrosis is complicated and needs further research to confirm.

Related References:

  1. Foraging wild edible plants in North America: documented in more than 150 delicious recipes using natural foods. – Rowman & Littlefield.
  2. “Fennel Pollen: Cooking Fairy Dust”-Wall Street Journal.
  3. Wikipedia

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