Aniseed 100% Essential Oil

Aniseed 100% Essential Oil
Aniseed 100% Essential Oil Aniseed 100% Essential Oil
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Aniseed - Pimpinella anisum 

Aniseed is often used for its effect on the digestive system as it is helpful with dyspepsia, colic and flatulence and it can also prove useful to stop vomiting and nausea. It is also a general tonic to the circulatory system and the respiratory tract. It helps to calm the nerves of tense and anxiety ridden people. It also helps to calm menstrual pains and eases nauseous migraines, while stimulating the lungs to expel phlegm. Warming and enlivening the body, it can be used to invigorate the mind and stimulate the circulation. Its powerful action on the digestive system eases indigestion and flatulence. Its expectorant properties are also useful in treating respiratory infections

Uses

Sniff the open bottle to help stop vomiting and nausea. Good for migraine and vertigo. Use in a water-based diffuser to help with asthma and breathing difficulties including bronchitis and whooping cough and for its effect on the digestive system, it is helpful with dyspepsia, colic and flatulence. It is particularly good for stimulating the lungs where it helps with colds and catarrh. It can be useful with menstrual pain and stimulates the flow of milk in mothers. Diluted to 1% or less in a carrier oil it can be useful for scabies, itch mites and oily skin but great care should be exercised when used on the skin. Aniseed oil can also be useful in the treatment of muscular aches and pains, rheumatism and cramp.

 

Origin

China

CAS

 

Note

Middle

Folk Names

Anise, Anneys, Aniseed

Plant Part

dried ripe fruit and seeds

Extraction Method

Steam Distilled

Folk Powers

 

Aromatic Scent

Sweet clean odour. Liquorice type odour

Blends Well With

Cedarwood, Dill,  Fennel, Coriander, Mandarin, Petitgrain and Rosewood

Emotions

Ease uncertainties of introverted and fearful people

Contra-indications

Aniseed oil is a very potent and the anethole contained in it can cause dermatitis in some individuals. It is best avoided in problem skin conditions.

In large doses it can also slow down the circulation and can cause cerebral congestion.

It must be avoided during pregnancy.

Extreme care should be exercised when the oil is used on the skin.

Active Ingredients

(E)-Anethole, (+)-Limonene, Estragole, Anisyl alcohol,, y-Himachalene, Anisaldehyde, ψ-Isoeugenol, 2-methylbutyrate, (Z)-Anethole

Properties
Emotional Properties Ease uncertainties of introverted and fearful people
Shared
Botanic Name Pimpinella anisum / Illicium verum
Contraindications Aniseed oil is a very potent and the anethole contained in it can cause dermatitis in some individuals. It is best avoided in problem skin conditions. In large doses it can also slow down the circulation and can cause cerebral congestion. It must be avoided during pregnancy. Extreme care should be exercised when the oil is used on the skin. Oestrogen activity promoted by anise may negatively contribute in cases of migraine headaches, abnormal blood clotting, and some brain tumors. WARNING: In large amounts, anethole has narcotic and neurotoxic effects. It can cause circulatory problems and has been linked to dermatitis. Any essential oil with high amounts of phenols should be used in low amounts over short periods of time. You should be careful when using aniseed oil, but that does not mean you have to avoid it completely. Stick to gentle inhalation techniques to avoid causing damage to sensitive skin.
Plant Part dried ripe fruit and seeds
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Description Aniseed is often used for its effect on the digestive system as it is helpful with dyspepsia, colic and flatulence and it can also prove useful to stop vomiting and nausea. It is also a general tonic to the circulatory system and the respiratory tract. It helps to calm the nerves of tense and anxiety ridden people. It also helps to calm menstrual pains and eases nauseous migraines, while stimulating the lungs to expel phlegm. Warming and enlivening the body, it can be used to invigorate the mind and stimulate the circulation. Its powerful action on the digestive system eases indigestion and flatulence. Its expectorant properties are also useful in treating respiratory infections
Uses Sniff the open bottle to help stop vomiting and nausea. Good for migraine and vertigo Use in a water based diffuser to help with asthma and breathing difficulties including bronchitis and whooping cough and for its effect on the digestive system, it is helpful with dyspepsia, colic and flatulence. It is particularly good for stimulating the lungs where it helps with colds and catarrh. It can be useful with menstrual pain and stimulates the flow of milk in mothers. Diluted to 1% or less in a carrier oil it can be useful for scabies, itch mites and oily skin but great care should be exercised when used on the skin. Aniseed oil can also be useful in the treatment of muscular aches and pains, rheumatism and cramp.
Aromatic Scent Sweet clean odour. Liquorice type odour
Active Ingredients • Aniseed is unusual, being low in aldehydes, alcohols and terpenes, but high in phenols and phenolic ethers. Anethole a phenolic ether, is the principal compound, making up 75-90 per cent of the oil. Phenols and phenolic ethers are known as bactericides and they contain potent compounds that help to stimulate the immune and nervous systems. Coumarins (bergapten, scopoletin, umbelliferone)
Cautions Dilute to 1% or less in a Carrier Oil before applying to the skin. Avoid contact with the eyes. Do not use during pregnancy.
Properties A few drops of aniseed oil on your pillow will banish nightmares. Used in protection and meditation incenses and will protect from the evil eye. Aniseed is also used in purification baths and a few drops on the bedpost overnight will restore lost youth....
Essential Oils
Origin China
Note Middle
Strength of Aroma Medium
Blends Well With Cedarwood, Dill, Fennel, Coriander, Mandarin, Petitgrain and Rosewood

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