Aniseed ( Pimpinella anisum) comes from Turkey and India. It’s an annual herb that grows up to two feet. Aniseed oil is derived from the tiny seeds that are produced by the flowers.
Application Methods of Aniseed
- Use in bath and shower for absorption and aromatherapy benefits.
- Diffuse for asthma, cold-related problems, nausea, and vomiting.
- Inhale directly for migraines and vertigo.
Antiseptic, anxiety, colic, cough, cramping, diuretic, expectorant, hangover, indigestion, menstrual cramps, migraines, muscle pain and stiffness, nausea, nervousness, rheumatism, vertigo, whopping couch.
Caraway, cardamon, cedar wood, coriander, dill, fennel, mandarin, petitgrain, rosewood.
Aniseed oil is different from anise star. It solidifies at low temperatures. Before using warm up the bottle with your hands. Do not use if you have LIVER CANCER or LIVER DISEASE. Phototoxic.
- Avoid exposure to sunlight from 12 to 24 hours.
- Pregnant women should avoid.
- Do you not use it if you are breast-feeding.
- May cause skin irritation.
- Not safe for children under six.
- Not safe for internal uses.