Anise Essential Oil

$9.51

Anise essential oil is one of the herbs of protection and purification, and it can be diffused to purify the environment.  When applied to chakras or meridian points, anise can help stimulate the body’s natural protective energy, and the physical immune system.

When inhaled, anise promotes happy dreams.  It clears and refreshens the mind.  It can open the feet, deepen breathing, and ground excess energy.

Energetically, anise essential oil activates protective energy in homes and spaces.  It enhances the etheric connection (chi) through the abdomen and pelvis.  It has an affinity with the root, navel, and solar plexus chakras.

Aromatic Profile

Top Note:  Very sweet, warm, licorice-like, rich

Heart Note:  Very sweet, licorice-like, rich

Base Note:

Classification:  Top  or heart note

Tenacity:  Low

Anise essential oil can be combined with bay laurel essential oil  or cilantro for a purifying bath, especially when one is cleansing heavy metals from body tissues.

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More About Our Anise Essential Oil

Size:  5 ml violet glass bottle

Source:  Egypt

Production Method:  Steam distilled from the seeds

Botanical name:  Pimpinella anisum

Notes:  Anise has an ancient history of medicinal, magical, and culinary use.

Homeopathic Properties of Anise Essential Oil

Uses

Internal–oral, inhalation.

External–massage, topical application, local and spinal compress.

Observations and Anecdotal Information

Milder than fennel and sweeter than cumin, anise is one of the most popular remedies for indigestion, gas, and bloating.

One drop of anise essential oil in a cup of hot water, with a little honey or agave nectar, will do wonders to relieve heartburn or indigestion naturally and without taking the digestive system out of balance.  Anise is so mild and gentle that I have used it for many years in my remedy for colicky babies.  Note:  It must be highly diluted for this purpose!.

It is great for enhancing or stimulating milk production in nursing mothers.  It also is a uterine stimulant, which can be helpful during labor.  It has been used as a traditional poison antidote and hang-over remedy.

Cautions

  • Avoid use of anise when taking blood thinning prescription drugs.
  • Anise increases lactation.
  • Avoid using anise while pregnant.
  • Anise has some estrogenic properties–consult your health care professional before use with estrogen–sensitive conditions such as breast cancer.

None of our products are recognized or approved by the FDA.  They are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.  This information is anecdotal, and is provided for educational purposes only.  It is not meant to be taken as medical advice.  See a health care professional for medical advice.

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Weight 0.04 kg

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