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ANISE SEED ESSENTIAL OIL

Quick Overview

aniseAnise Seed essential oil supports digestive complaints, upper respiratory conditions and menstrual pain. The spicy, licorice-like aroma is warming and uplifting.

Botanical Name: Pimpinella anisum

Also known as 'Sweet Cumin', Aniseed is a small, delicate annual herb native to Greece and Egypt.

Anise seeds are reddish-brow, ovoid in shape and have a distinctly black licorice-like flavor and aroma profile.

Method of Extraction: Steam distilled

Parts Used: Seed





Country of Origin: Egypt

Cultivation Method: Wildcrafted

aniseBlends Well With: Bay Laurel, Black Pepper, Ginger, Lavender, Orange, Pine, Black Spruce, Fir, Rose.

Scent: Warm, sweet, licorice aroma, like Italian Christmas cookies

About the Oil

This pure anise seed essential oil is steam distilled from the seeds of dried ripe fruit of Anise grown in its native Egypt. An annual herb, Aniseed stands less than a meter high with delicate leaves and small white flowers. Although originating in Egypt and Greece, it is now cultivated in India, China, Mexico and Spain for varying purposes.

Aromatherapy Notes

A clean, sweetly-spiced top note mingles with a strong black licorice middle note to create an uplifting, energizing, mildly euphoric and sensually enhancing effect.

Traditional Uses

Ancient Egyptians cultivated anise as a medicinal and culinary spice and it was later adopted by the Greeks and Romans. Trans-anethole is the natural constituent that provides the licorice-like aroma that is similar to, yet sweeter than that of Fennel. The oil has traditionally been used to add flavor to various culinary ventures from candy and baked goods to curry dishes. Anise also earned the moniker "the fisherman's friend" when it was added to soaps to aid fisherman in removing the smell on their skin.

Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

Antiseptic (mild), Antispasmodic, Carminative, Expectorant, Galactagogue, Stimulant, Stomachic.

Safety

Anise essential oil is considered non-toxic, a non-irritant and non-sensitizing. Always test a small amount of Anise seed oil first for sensitivity or allergic reaction.

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