BRILLIANT STAR ANISEED OIL BENEFITS AND USAGE
IMPORTANT USES AND BENEFITS OF ANISEED ESSENTIAL OIL
- The botanical name of anise is Pimpinellaanisum
- The simple extraction method is steam distilled.
- Aniseed Essential Oil tastes like black liquorice. It's nice and rich.
- It is a member of the dill family, a group of yearly and often evergreen, almost spindly herbs with "umbel "- shaped flowering heads and strong fragrant mixtures.
- Essential oils for cleaning your home are a perfect, secure, non-toxic method. These are inexpensive and flexible, and for personal care and these even perform well.
- Take 3-5 drops per one ounce of distilled water if you want to use any of the oils as a mist. The solvent dilutes the oil so that you can use the spray as a mister or surface cleaner for air freshener.
- Star anise is dried in the heat until the colour becomes grayish-brown. When dry, anise may or may be used as it is processed to a paste.
- An herbaceous plant is common to the southeastern Mediterranean, grown worldwide for its unique fragrance.
- Star anise is ideal for festive decoration with its sweet scent and spectacular shape.
How to make aniseed oil
Mash the anise pods to the floor in a blender. Place the spices in a casserole. In the saucepan, apply 1 cup of neutral oil. Steam the anise and oil for 10 minutes at low heat. The seeds are small, brownish-gray, mildly angled with a liquorice aroma.