With the sweet smell of licorice, Anise Seed oil has an impressively high ORAC rating, making it a terrific antioxidant. Used for arthritis, rheumatism and cancer, its medical properties are: digestive stimulant, anticoagulant, anesthetic/analgesic, antioxidant, diuretic, and antitumoral. Anise is also antispasmodic, antiseptic, and stimulates and increases bile flow. Combats spastic colitis, indigestion, and intestinal pain. Dilute 1:1 with carrier oil and apply on location, to vitaflex points on feet and ankles, directly inhale, or diffuse.
"Anise seed oil, Egypt - Experts describe the aroma as intensely sweet and clean. For decades it has been a flavoring used in candies, medicines, and tobacco. In aromatherapy its uses are extensive. Stimulating and listed as antispasmodic and sedative it restores equilibrium to (the) autonomic nervous system. Anise Seed blends well with cilantro, black pepper, cumin, fennel and citrus oils. Mask obnoxious odors with Anise Seed, particularly fishy smells." as described by Dr. R. Pappas
Sold undiluted in a 10 ml bottle or also available in a 0.3 oz roll-on. Roll-on comes prediluted in fractionated coconut oil in a 1:1 dilution ratio so it is immediately ready to apply topically.
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