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Backhousia anisata- Essential Oil - Native Oils Australia

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Australian distributor: Native Oils Australia was established in 2011 as a resource for essential oil producers and growers who have invested in or are interested in the Australian essential oil industry. NOA aims to produce, promote, research and develop.

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Aniseed Myrtle Essential OilThis page details numerous elements of information, attributes, history, benefits/uses and imagery of Aniseed Myrtle Essential Oil.Name: Aniseed Myrtle or Anise MyrtleBotanical Name: Backhousia Anisata or Syzygium anisatumAniseed Myrtle or Anise Myrtle (Backhousia Anisata or Syzygium anisatum) in flower Aniseed Myrtle or Anise Myrtle (Backhousia Anisata or Syzygium anisatum) in flowerbackhousia_anisata_syzgium_anisatum_Aniseed_Myrtle_Origin_Australia Backhousia_Anisata or Syzgium Anisatum (Aniseed Myrtle) Origin AustraliaEssential OilThe PlantScientific Articles Aniseed Myrtle (or Anise Myrtle) Aniseed Myrtle (or Anise Myrtle) is a fresher variety of the aniseed scented family commonly found around the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. It's sweet licorice scent is perfect for calming before sleep as well as masking other scents. The Aniseed Myrtle (or Anise Myrtle) Essential Oil Aroma The distilled essential oil provides a licorice type aroma, with similar scents to some other aniseed oils types. Aniseed Myrtle is fresher than traditional Anise. The Aniseed Myrtle (or Anise Myrtle) Essential Oil Benefits It is known to help with relaxation and sleep, whilst it is also well known for its air refreshing properties. Other than these, it is also cited in the scientific peer-reviewed journal of food chemistry to hold numerous ‘antioxidant properties’ along with lemon myrtle (Konczak, 2010, pp.260). The Aniseed Myrtle (or Anise Myrtle) Essential Oil Uses Originally sold as a flavouring spice, it can be used in most of the traditional essential oil applications. Research indicates that antimicrobial activity is effective on pathogenic yeast. The plant is ground based and trees can grow to 25m tall. The plant bears clusters of white flowers with a very green leaf which is used for distillation. Locations: Commonly located in Bellinger and Nambucca Valleys of New South Wales. Compound: The plant is known to have one of the highest trans-anethole and methyl chavicol contents, this gives the plant its aniseed flavour and aroma. The antioxidant capacities and phenolic composition in six native, commercially grown, Australian herbs and spices were investigated. Tasmannia pepper leaf, followed by anise myrtle and lemon myrtle contained the highest levels of total phenolics. Antioxidant capacity and phenolic compounds in commercially grown native Australian herbs and spices; Izabela Konczak , Dimitrios Zabaras, Matthew Dunstan, Patricia Aguas (2010), Antioxidant capacity and phenolic compounds in commercially grown native, Food Chemistry, Vol.122, pp.260-266 Naturally occurring Backhousia anisata was surveyed within the Bellinger Valley of eastern Australia, the only region where it is known to be endemic. During the course of the survey, 26 sites were located. Ten of these were chosen for further study. The geography and climate of each site was assessed and the basic soil chemistry determined. A total of 44 trees from the ten sites were then selected to define the growth characteristics and chemical composition of individual trees Maree Blewitt, Ian A. Southwell (2000) Backhousia anisata Vickery, an alternative Source of (E)-Anethole, Journal of Essential Oil Research, Vol.12, pp.445-454 HistoryAniseed Myrtle as an essential oil is relatively new to the essential oil market due to its rarity. Being found in the far eastern parts of Australia close to the coast the plant would have been documented by the earliest settlers. It is only recently that the essential oil was distilled and its high Anethole content made Aniseed Myrtle extremely desirable.Aniseed Myrtle Essential Oil has its roots in the early use of the herb.PHYSICAL PROPERTIESTESTSPECIFICATIONAppearance:Clear, mobile colourless liquidOdour:Spicy oil with wood and herbal undernotesSpecific Gravity:0.885 to 0.915 @ 15CRefractive Index:1.484 to 1.491 @ 20COptical Rotation:3.5 to +12 @20CMiscibility in 70% Ethanol:<3 volumes @ 20CSolubility in WaterInsolubleFlash Point:102C {closed cup} CHEMICAL PROPERTIESCONSTITUENTRANGEMethyl chavicol:66-88%Anethole:20-30%1,8 - cineole:tracea-pinenetracea-farnesenetrace For further information:http://www.agrifutures.com.au/farm-diversity/anise-myrtle/For More Products: https://www.nativeoilsaustralia.com.au/products/
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