Oil Profile - Anise Essential Oil
Anise - Pimpinella anisum - to ORDER Anise oil CLICK HERE
Countries of production - India, China, India, Japan, Italy, Spain
Processed - Steam distilled
Part used - Fruits, Leaves and seeds
Smell - sweet, spicy, licorice like aroma
Blends with: Rose, lavender, orange, pine and other spice oils.
PROPERTIES & USES:
Traditional Therapeutic actions: Antibacterial, antiseptic, antispasmodic,
carminative, digestant, expectorant, insecticide, stimulant, tonic
Inhalation- Anxiety, asthma, difficult breathing,
bronchial spams, colic, dry cough, flatulence, fluid retention,
indigestion, migraine, nausea, tension,
External as blended in oil or other carrier:
Asthma, bronchial congestion, coughs, exhaustion,
headache, insect bites, sinus problems, stress
Industry & Household uses: Pharmaceutical uses in cough
mixtures, lozenges, to mask odors and flavors in drugs; soft
drinks, food flavoring, soaps toothpaste, cosmetics and perfumes.
Anise is used by many fishermen to mask the smell of the human body. It helps the fish to bite better!!
Hunter's use anise oil to hide the smell of the human scent too.
Cautions: Safe when properly diluted and used at 2% or less in non-sensitized individuals.
Use in moderation as sensitivities have been reported with excess use when applied to the skin or mucous membranes.
*Any essential oils - ingested in large amounts can be fatal.*
*Keep out of reach of children.*
BLENDS TO TRY
FOR Your Bath
To help open up sinuses and relieve congestion
4 drops Eucalyptus
4 drops Chamomile
3 drops Anise
3 drops Lemon
1 drop Petitgrain
5 ml of carrier oil
Blend these oils together then -
While drawing a bath use 5-6 drops of blend in
the running water and enjoy!
FOR your Massage
after a hectic and crazy day!
6 drops Anise
3 drops Rose otto
6 drops Nutmeg
60 ml of carrier oil
Massage into upper chest, back of neck, across shoulders
and mid back. This is one massage oil Al likes.
Use it to relieve stress and for calming.
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You should not use this information to replace medical advice given by a licensed medical practitioner. Anyone considering alternative therapies should remember to consult with their licensed medical professional before using any alternative or complementary method. We do not give nor is any opinion on our web site medical advice, they are merely suggested uses.
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