Anise Essential Oil

Code: 031229 Spicy

Volume 10 ml / 0.34 fl oz
  • US $6,20

(US $5,17 exclusive VAT)


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Product description

100% essential oil – Anise is warm and spicy and is one of the earliest aromatics mentioned in literature. It is an annual flowering plant native to Greece and Egypt. Egyptians used anise seeds and leaves to make beverages, medicines, and spices. Chewing anise for fresh breath is still used in India today. Anise seeds are used as flavoring soups, curries, candy, pastries and alcoholic drinks.

EFFECTS

Digestive system

relieves cramps

promotes digestion

increases absorption in the intestine

supports normal peristalsis

The immune system

neutralizes microbes

neutralizes insects

Respiratory system

helps in the secretion of mucus

stimulates the bronchi

relieves cramps

Musculoskeletal system

soothes sore muscles, tendons and joints

relieves swelling

relieves muscle cramps

Reproductive system

increases milk production in nursing mothers

supports and regulates menstruation

SAFETY

Non-toxic, non-irritating, but occasionally sensitizing. Always test a small amount first for sensitivity or allergic reaction. Direct and indirect eye contact will cause irritation.

If you are pregnant, consult a doctor before use. Aniseed oil should not be used in children under 5 years of age.


Ingredients

Illicium Verum Fruit/Seed Oil.


Country of Origin

China.




Producer
Tuli a Tuli- Aureus Services, s.r.o.,
Duklianskych hrdinov 381/3, 901 01 Malacky.
INGREDIENTS

Illicium Verum Fruit/Seed Oil.


Way of use

Ingestion

2-4 drops to relieve  digestive problems

Inhalation

Direct inhalation, diffuser, oil vaporizer, steam inhalation.

Place 1 drop into the palm of your hand, rub your hands together and inhale directly. You can apply 1 drop to handkerchief or cotton pad, hold it by your nose and inhale through both your nose and mouth.

Culinary applications

Anise Essential Oil is excellent for use as a natural spice, for flavoring food and pastries. Tip - Add 1 drop of anise to any culinary oil (sunflower, almond). This gives you a spicy oil particularly good in pork and duck recipes and salads.

Massage

When applied topically to the abdomen, this essential oil provides relief from menstrual cramps. To soothe muscle spasms apply anise essential oil externally to muscles.

Bath

For stomach cramps, nausea and abdominal pain – add a few drops of aniseed essential oil and fennel essential to a warm bath.

List of allergens
A list of allergens that may cause a skin allergic reaction in some sensitive individuals. Pursuant to Section 49 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) 1223/2009 on cosmetic products.

Limonene
Limonene belongs to the family of monoterpenic carbides and is a molecule with the fragrance of lemon and oranges. Limonene is a natural part of some plants, trees, fruits and vegetables (especially citrus fruits).
Linalool
Linalool is a molecule that is naturally present in almost all essential oils, in lesser or greater concentration. It is a colorless compound with a fresh, sweet floral scent.

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