Certified Anise Essential Oil
- Anise oil and anethol have antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, stimulant and expectorant properties. That is why anise oil is often used or added to medicine, such as cough syrups and lozenges. Anise essential oil also displays potent antioxidant action and is effective against conditions that are associated with spasms, such as cramps, diarrhea, convulsions and muscle pains. Thanks to its relaxant and anti-spasmodic effects.
- This essential oil can also relieve indigestion, flatulence and acute chest pain. Aids in promoting the elimination of excess gas in your digestive system.
- Individuals suffering from colds, coughs and the flu can experience relief from using anise oil because of its expectorant and decongestant activities. The oil loosens mucus or phlegm in the respiratory tract and helps ease breathing troubles, asthma and other respiratory issues.
- Narcotic and sedative — Can help ease epileptic and hysteric episodes.
- Pain reliever — Provides relief for arthritic pain.
- Antiseptic — Used to clean wounds and help protect against infections.
- Decongestant/expectorant — Helps eliminate congestion in the respiratory tract.
- Flavoring agent — Used as a flavoring agent for food and beverages and an ingredient for salads and soups.
- Food processing — Anise and anise oils are used in processed meats like pepperoni, pizza toppings, Italian sausage and similar food products.
- Breast milk production — Has phytoestrogen properties.
- Libido enhancer — Used in ancient times as a sex driver enhancer and as an aphrodisiac.
- Natural head lice remover — Like coconut oil, anise oil is a safer alternative to chemical lice treatments.
- Insecticide — The oil is toxic to insects.
- For oral health — Added to toothpastes, mouthwashes and syrups.
- Fragrance — Added to soaps, detergents, lotions and skin creams
Oil Specific: Oil can cause allergic reactions in some people. Individuals with any type of skin condition should avoid using this oil. Avoid this oil if you have allergies to pollen, celery, or carrots. It can take very little anise oil to cause nausea, vomiting, seizures and pulmonary edema. Avoid while pregnant or breast-feeding. May cause skin irritation.
Caution: Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, please consult a health care practitioner prior to use. Possible skin sensitivity. Do not apply to sensitive tissues. Not intended for children six years of age or younger.
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Neither Oh that glow nor its products are intended for the purpose of diagnosing, treating, curing, or preventing any disease.
Botanical Name: Pimpinella anisum
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Parts Used: Seed
Country of Origin: France and Spain
- Anise has antioxidants, antifungal, antibacterial, stimulant, and expectorant properties. This makes it a versatile oil, and it’s used in aromatherapy to help with the following health issues. Such as relief from Arthritic Pain and promotes better digestion.
- Heals Wounds Quicker- The antiseptic properties in anise oil can help wounds heal quicker and repair stronger. Treating wounds with this oil can help to protect against infections.
- Kills Head Lice- One of the most effective natural remedies to kill head lice. Chemically produced products can damage the scalp or hair, this natural remedy will not.
- Relief from Breathing Issues-The severity of conditions like asthma, bronchitis, chest infections, and other respiratory issues can be reduced by diffusing this oil.
- Improves Libido-The strong smell and stimulant properties are supposed to improve libido, mood, and is a mild aphrodisiac.