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The Official Oil Guide

Aniseed



100% Pure Aniseed Essential Oil

Scientific Name : Pimpinella anisum

Part of Plant Used : Seeds

Best Extraction Method : Steam Distillation

Aroma : Spicy, Sweet, Licorice-Like

Odor Strength : Medium

Evaporation : Middle Note

Oil Hue : Clear/Colorless

Origin : Commonly sourced from India

Primary Active Constituent : Anethole

Blends Well With : Bay,  Black pepper, Ginger, Lavender, Orange, Pine, Rose

Usage Instructions

Precautions :

Topical : To ease nausea, dilute 3-4 drops of Aniseed in 3-5 drops of carrier oil and massage over the abdomen.

To relieve headaches, massage 2-3 drops into the temples and back of the neck.

Aromatic: When aniseed is mixed with peppermint oil, it is a useful insect repellent. 

It can also be used for anxiety, asthma, migraines, nausea, exhaustion, and stress.  Inhale from the bottle as required.

To help ease vertigo, or reduce anxiety, exhaustion, and stress, diffuse 3-4 drops in an ultrasonic diffuser as needed.

For colds, diffuse 4-5 drops in an ultrasonic diffuser throughout the night.
 

Internal : Aniseed can be used for irregular heartbeat and breathing issues internally by putting 3 drops into an empty capsule with at least 6 drops of Black Cumin Seed. Alternatively, 3 drops of Aniseed can put into at least 8 oz of water/juice/tea. Always use a glass container.

 

 

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Essential Oils should never be consumed without first consulting your doctor/aromatherapist/naturopath, etc. Skin Patch Tests should always be conducted when applying an essential oil topically for the first time.


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