Most of us are familiar with this herb as a kitchen spice.
This oil is used by the pharmaceutical industry to flavor cough syrups, dental products and to cover the unpleasant taste of drugs. It serves as a good masking agent.Uses of Aniseed Essential Oil
ChinaHistory and Background
Aniseed (Anise) has a history of use as a spice and fragrance. It has been cultivated in Egypt for at least 4,000 years. Recordings of its diuretic use and treatment of digestive problems and toothache are seen in medical texts from this era.
In ancient Greek history, writings explain how anise helps breathing, relieves pain, provokes urine, and eases thirst. The oil has been used commercially since the 1800's.
Aniseed oil encourages and stimulates the conscious mind, opening it to the Universe. It is said that it induces clairvoyance and energizes the brain
This oil is colorless to pale yellowAromatic Description
Aniseed has a warm, spicy-sweet scent.Biological Makeup and Components
Trans-anethole (up to 90%), a phenol, anisix (aldehyde), limonene (terpene).Extraction Technique
Steam distillation of the seeds.Information for Aromatherapists
Aniseed essential oil is a top note and blends well with Amyris, Bay Cardamom, Caraway, Cedarwood, Coriander, Dill, Fennel, Galbanum, Mandarin, Petitgrain and Rosewood.
Our Aniseed essential oil is 100% pure and natural. It is free of any chemicals, pesticides, synthetic perfumes, fillers, or carrier oils.Cautions
All of our essential oils are 100% natural and free of any chemicals, pesticides and synthetic perfumes.
These products are NOT intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. This information is NOT a substitute for professional medical treatment or consultation. Prior to using essential oils, Source Vitál always recommends consulting your medical professional if you are pregnant, epileptic, have cancer, have liver issues, or any other serious illness. Do NOT ingest essential oils internally or apply undiluted oils onto the skin without consultation from an experienced and trained aromatherapist or aromatherapy practitioner. Always consult an aromatherapist before using essential oils for babies and children.
Keep all oils tightly closed and cool. Always keep out of reach of children.
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