Anise Oil

Pimpinella anisum
15 reviews
$13.00 USD
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Description
Anise essential oil, with its spicy, sweet, licorice-like aroma, is a traditional oil for the belly. It can ease that “too full” feeling that might follow a big meal, and may offer relief if your stomach feels clenched, tight, full of pressure, or queasy. Our anise essential oil is steam distilled from organically grown brown pods of anise seed flowers in Spain. The essential oil is unique to the Eastern Mediterranean and Southwest Asia, and is different from the popular spice, star anise (which is harvested from an evergreen tree).
Suggested Uses

Digest - Gas

Release the pressure of gas with the encouragement of this popular belly support oil.

Digest - Queasiness

Calm queasiness and settle your stomach on the plane or boat. Anise essential oil is the perfect travel companion.

Relieve - Muscle Spasms

If you’re experiencing cramps, spend time massaging your muscles with an anise essential oil blend.

Product Properties
Country

Spain

Plant Part

Seeds

Cultivation

Organically Grown

Chemical Families

Ethers

Botanical Families

Apiaceae (Umberlliferae)

Extraction Method

Steam Distilled

Therapeutic Properties

Analgesic

Antispasmodic

Carminative

Anti-inflammatory

Antiviral

Emmenagogue

Expectorant

Notes

Middle

Aromas

Sweet

Warm and Radiant

Herbaceous

Anise-like

Spicy

Safety & Shelf Life

Shelf Life

5 years

Safety & Warnings

Essential Oil Safety by Tisserand and Young (second edition), states that trans-anethole has weak estrogen-like activity, and is contraindicated during pregnancy, breastfeeding, endometriosis, any estrogen-related cancers, and children under five years of age.

May interfere with anticoagulant medications or bleeding disorders. When oxidized, it may be skin sensitizing. For topical applications, a maximum of 2.4% dilution is recommended.

GCMS Data

All essential oils at Aromatics International are GC/MS tested. This ensures that we sell oils with the highest possible integrity for therapeutic use. Learn more about GC/MS reports here.

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I embarked on my journey to source pesticide-free, sustainable products from small-scale farmers and a major criteria of mine is that everything I source is both aromatically vibrant and also therapeatically effective. I love sharing what I find in this world with others. I am constantly blown away by the positive response I receive from all of you. I thank all of you for your strong support throughout the years and am continually inspired by the warm words you share with me. It truly keeps me going.

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