Anise Oil / Erva-Doce

Oils Oca-Brazil

 

 1 fl.oz / 30 ml

 

 

100% Pure and Natural
Extracted by Cold pressing process
No artificial / synthetic fragrance, flavor or preservative
Applications: Cosmetic, Food and Pharmaceutical .

Pimpinella anisum

Benefits of  Anise Oil
Anise oil lends a great, deep and spicy flavor to herbal teas, meat dishes, drinks and other foods. Not only does Anise oil taste great, but it can pack some mighty benefits to the individual who consumes it. Anise oil is wonderful for digestion and helps prevent and relieve painful gas and bloating.
According to Pliny the Elder, a roman naturalist, anise is great for sleeplessness when chewed with alexanders and a small amount of honey. When drank in tea, anise oil is great for relieving flatulence, indigestion and other stomach disorders. The tea is also great for bronchitis and chest congestion.

Anise Oil for Pain Relief
Anise oil has mild numbing effects on certain kinds of pain. It is most widely known for helping ease the pain of toothache when applied directly to the base of the tooth that is causing the pain. When massaged into the abdomen, Anise oil helps alleviate menstrual cramps and other stomach pains or cramps.

Aromatherapy with Anise
Anise has a deep calming aroma, and the aromatherapy benefits are similar to that of Roman Chamomile. It acts as the perfect calming scent when mixed with carrier oil and added to an oil burner. Place a few drops in a bathtub full of warm water to induce relaxation and calm. This method can also be used to open bronchial tubes, as Anise is a bronchio-dilator.

Mild Cuts and Skin Abrasions
Anise is mildly antiseptic and therefore a good oil to use for small cuts or skin abrasions. The oil should always be mixed with carrier oil and rubbed gently on the skin. Anise should not be used on deep or severe cuts or puncture wounds.

Warnings and Tips for Using Anise Oil
Although Anise oil is extremely beneficial, it's important to ask a qualified herbalist before using the oil. Most essential oils are incredibly potent and must be mixed with diluter or carrier oil such as Olive oil. For massages and skincare, Anise oil can also be mixed with Shea butter that is pure and unrefined. Experts suggest mixing one to two drops of Anise oil with 1 tbsp. of carrier oil before using. No more than two to three drops should be used in foods or drinks. Pregnant women or women who may be nursing should not consume Anise oil.
   



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Suggested Use

Overall Scent: Anise Oil has a very sweet, licorice-like aroma with slight husk notes.

Properties: Anise Oil is a wonderful perfume addition in subtle quantities, especially in Citrus blends or as an foundation to a Vanilla blend.

Use Suggestions: Anise Oil mixes well with Sweet Almond oil. Anise oil is best used in aromatherapy for breathing difficulties - May have a good effect on asthma as a natural asthma remedy. Did you know that trout love the licorice smell of anise oil? If you love fishing for trout, the fish will love this anise oil!

Blends well with: Wood Oils: Cedarwood Flower Oils: Chamomile, Lavender, Neroli, Rose Geranium Peel Oils: Lime, Orange Herb Oils: Peppermint, Rosemary Leaf/Cone/Needle Oils: Petitgrain, Tea Tree, Cypress Seed Oils: Sweet Fennel, Nutmeg

General Tips: Do not use Anise Oil if pregnant, except with advice of health care professional. Undiluted essential oils in their purest state are extremely potent, and should be blended with a carrier oil or other medium prior to use directly on the skin, as the essential oil may cause irritation. If taken internally in large quantities, Anise Oil can cause nausea, vomiting, seizures, and pulmonary edema.


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