Oil Summary: Anise Seed Essential Oil has a scent similar to that of black licorice, yet don’t let this discourage you from adding it into your blends. Simply adding a few drops of Anise  Oil can liven up a dull blend while providing added health benefits. Anise Seed Essential Oil with diffuser and inhaler blends you can help ease colds, the flu and bronchitis more effectively. Feeling stressed, Anxious, and Worried that’s not a problem, because Anise Oil provides a relaxing effect without the negative side effects that come with synthetic drugs that cause calmness. It slows down brain activity and circulation, making the mind and body more relaxed. It is also helpful in relieving the congestion that comes from excessive mucous in conditions like influenza and the common cold.

Botanical Name: Pimpinella anisum

Plant Origin: Spain

Processing Method: Cold Pressed

Plant Part: Seed

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Contraindication: Discontinue use if skin sensitivity occurs. Avoid contact with eyes. If you are pregnant, it’s best if you consult with your physician before taking Anise Seed essential oil orally. Always dilute the essential oil before applying it on the skin, and do not use it if it is oxidized. Similarly, if you are allergic, you must exercise great caution.