Anise Green Essential Oil
Latin Name: Pimpinella anisum L.
Part of Plant: Seed
Aroma Character: Typical, sweet, clean, liquorice-like
Blends Well with: Bay, Black Pepper, Ginger
Anise Green : has been a popular culinary herb for centuries, and it is an important in ingredients in various liqueurs. Because of its fresh smell and sweet flavor it is used in perfumes, toothpaste, soap and as a common flavouring.
Anise Green : Essential Oil has a warmer, more herbal yet still typically sweet fragrance.
Anise Green : When used in massages (especially on the abdomen) aniseed oil has a beneficial effect on digestion. To use it in this way, mix a maximum of 2% aniseed oil with a vegetable oil. This calming oil can also be micronised to as a breath easy.
Anise Green Properties : Appetite stimulate, sedative, anti-spasmodic, carminative, stimulates neuro-muscular and cardiovascular systems; protects bronchial system; antiseptic as intestinal disinfectant; supports breast-milk production.
Anise Green Indictations : Stomach pain, digestive complaints, aerophagy, flatulence, spasmodic colitus, asthma, breathing difficulties due to nervousness, pounding heart, angina pectoris, painful menstruation, menopause, rheumatic neuralgic pain, intestinal parasites.
Anise Green Main Components : Anethol, methylchavicol, anise acid, α-terpineol, para-cymere,
Anise Green Contraindications, side effects : Dosage must be precisely complied with for internal use by children and pregnant women.