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Oil can solidify in cold weather. If left out in warmer area, it will turn back to its original oil form.
Cozy up to the warm, spicy, licorice-like smell of anise seed essential oil. You can diffuse this oil in your home or use it for health purposes. Anise seed can be used to calm the digestive system, to relieve symptoms of colds and allergies, or as an antiseptic. It also reduces gas and bloating. To enjoy its health benefits you can mix it with a carrier oil like grapeseed or sweet almond oil and massage it onto your stomach or the bottoms of your feet. You can also inhale it or diffuse it to get relief from congestion and coughing.
Botanical Name: Pimpinella Anisum
Warning: Essential oils are for external use only.
Set of 12 Essential Oils
Own a full variety of healing essential oils we carry in this affordable set. O-12dramess2
This set of 12 dram bottles includes:
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Hailing from the Land Down Under, the leaves of the amazing eucalyptus tree produce an oil that has been used by the Aboriginal people since ancient times for its numerous benefits. There are an astonishing number of health benefits associated with the herbaceous scent of eucalyptus oil. Any one who has ever used the cool, powerful scent of Eucalyptus to clear up the congestion associated with colds, flus, asthma and allergies can attest to how it cuts through congestion and helps you breath again. It also helps calm stubborn coughs. It helps treat respiratory conditions, sinus infections, colds, flus, and allergies. Gargling with warm water that has a few drops of Eucalyptus oil in is a great way to sooth a sore throat. It also soothes earaches naturally.
Ajowan is a great essential oil used when fighting infection. Ajowan has long been used as a carminative, helping with many digestive issues. Ajowan is antispasmodic and relieves abdominal pain or distension. It is helpful for stimulating the appetite and enhancing digestion. O-A631-E
Unrefined Shea butter does not spoil, but some of its health benefits decrease after 18 months.