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Anise Essential Oil possesses the distinctive aroma of black licorice. Although you may not be a fan of black licorice, a single drop or two of Anise Seed Essential Oil can dramatically enhance an otherwise dull blend. It can be useful in diffuser and inhaler blends intended to help ease bronchitis, colds and the flu. Scientific Name:  Pimpinella anisumCountry of Origin:  EgyptSynonyms:  Anisum officinalis, A. Vulgare, anise, sweet cuminPlant Family:  Apiaceae (Umbelliferae)Plant Parts Used:  Herbs/SeedsExtraction Method:  DistillationPhysical Characteristics:  Colourless to pale yellow liquid with a warm, spicy characteristic scent. It is a good masking agent.Dominant Note(s):  Top to MiddleAroma:  Wanda SellerMain Constituents:  Trans-anethole (75-90 %)Blends With:  Amyris, Bay, Cardamom, Caraway, Cedarwood, Coriander, Dill, Fennel, Galbanum, Mandarin, Petitgrain, RosewoodSafety Precautions:  The major component anethole is known to cause dermatitis in some individuals – avoid in allergic and inflammatory skin conditions. In large doses it's a narcotic and slows down circulation; can lead to cerebral disorders.  Use in moderation only

Aniseed 10ml

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