In the food flavor trade; in the past and to a lesser degree now, as ingredients of medicines for gastrointestinal ailments and in cough remedies.
By inhalation of the vapors: expectorant, bronchitis, coughs, colds, flu, nausea, nervous stomach, hangovers, vertigo, migraines, promotes sweet dreams. By application diluted: lice, itch mite, muscle aches spasms & pain, rheumatism.
Caution: Can be irritating to sensitive skin. Always use a carrier oil when applying Anise Seed oil to the skin.
I love the smell of Anise seed. This oil smells great with a sweet/ licorice scent.