Anise Seed e.o – 15 ml
The anise has been used since ancient times. It has been used as a spice and as an ingredient. It also has medicinal uses.
The anise has been used as part of food stuffs and beverages. It can also be used to add flavor to liquors.
In India, anise is used as a mouth freshener. It is also used as a digestive agent.
The anise seed e.o. (essential oil) has many properties. These include it being:
- a digestive.
- an anti-spasmodic.
- a carminative.
- an insecticide.
- a stimulant.
- a sedative.
As an anti-spasmodic, the anise seed e.o. can aid in the relief of spasms. Ailments caused by spasms include cramps, coughs, and aches. It can even cause diarrhea and nervous convulsions. Spasms are contractions of certain parts of the body. Excessive contractions can come from the muscles, nerves, or respiratory tracts. It can also come from parts of the digestive system. If left untreated, it may result in something worse. This essential oil can help prevent the spasms from worsening.
The essential oil is also commonly used as a digestive. It is used to promote healthy digestion. An old practice is to chew raw seeds to aid the digestive system. Aside from eating it raw, the seeds can be placed in various food products. It can be found in certain desserts. It can even be added to warm drinking water.
The fresh and spicy scent of the oil can also have great properties. It can act as a cordial. It can have a warming effect on the body. Hence, it can help combat colds and even arthritis. It can also help unclog congested respiratory systems.
Note: Although remedial, people with major health ailments like cancer, or epilepsy should avoid use. Non—toxic, non—irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Not to be used while pregnant.