Botanical Name: Pimpinella anisum
Plant Part Used: Seeds
Country Of Origin: East Mediterranean, Northern Africa
Method Of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Aroma: Spicy, warm, sweet and licorice-like
Contraindications: This essential oil should be used in a low dosage of no more than 1.75%. It is recommended that you use this oil for less than 2 weeks at a time to avoid the slowing of the circulatory system.
Avoid this oil if you are pregnant or breastfeeding; have endometriosis or estrogen-dependent cancers; and, as always keep away from children under 5 years of age.
Additional cautions when using diabetes medication, an anticoagulant medication, major surgery, peptic ulcer, hemophiliacs, or other bleeding disorders.
Anise has been around for centuries and, in its plant form, used as herbal medicine in ancient cultures. It was recommended as a morning “pick me up” by natural philosopher Pliny.
Anise essential oil can be used for a variety of purposes such as easing muscle spasms, helping with insomnia, and relief from headaches and insect bites. It is also said to have benefits for those suffering from asthma and bronchial congestion when this oil is added to cream and rubbed onto the chest.
Feeling spiritually lost? This essential oil can help bring awareness to your spiritual journey, reconnecting you back to your Divine place.
- Top of head
- Solar plexus
- Pulse points
- Encourages fearlessness
Anise essential oil has a variety of benefits that can assist with a holistic lifestyle. The following are only a few notable benefits:
Blends well with
Ways to use
Diffuse to help with coughs
Create your own massage oil by adding 6 drops to 1/2 of seed oil
Use during meditation or prayer
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