Dihydrocarveol is naturally found in caraway oil and mint oil. It is monoterpenoid compound that appears colorless liquid with anise and green odor.

Dihydrocarveol is prepared by the selective catalytic hydrogenation of carvone.

It is used in the fragrance and flavor formulation.

Substance Identification

Synonyms Dihydro carveol neo | 1,6-Dihydrocarveol | 8-p-Menthen-2-ol | Tuberyl alcohol
CAS 619-01-2, 38049-26-2
EINECS 210-575-1
FEMA 2379
HS.CODE 2906
Molecular Formula C10H18O
Moleclar Weight 154.26

Application & Uses

  • used in flavoring
  • used in fragrance formulation of cosmetics and soaps
  • used in floral perfumes
  • used as an acaricide

Sales Specification

Appearance Colorless liquid
Odor Anise and green odor
LD50 oral, rat 5gm/kg min
LD50 skin, rabbit 5gm/kg min

GHS Hazard Statements

H-Code H315
P-Code P264/280
Response P302+P352 P321 P332+P313 P362+P364
Storage no data available
Disposal no data available
S-phrases:  | R-phrases: R38


  • flammable materials should be stored in a separate safety storage cabinet or room
  • ground all equipment containing material
  • keep away from heat
  • keep away from sources of ignition
  • keep container tightly closed
  • keep in a cool, well-ventilated place

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