Fennel Sweet Essential Oil
Method of Extraction
Plant Part Typically Used
Clear with a Faint Yellow Tinge
Sweet Fennel Essential Oil smells sweet, peppery and anise/licorice-like
In the context of essential oils, it is known as an effective oil. When you want the essential oil of anise star but consider it a little too heavy, it is a nice substitute to sweet fennel essential oil. Sweet essential fennel oil has a floral aroma with a high-note herbal and anise-like flavor. The primary features are warmth and drying.
Fennel is an herb in which its seeds obtain the essential oil. In Japan, India, the Mediterranean, Russia, Romania, and Northern Europe, it is most common. The ancient Greeks and Romans used Fennel to lose weight, as well as a sense of courage.
In the time of Emperor Charlemagne, the Hindus and Chinese used the oil as an anti-venom for snakes which scorpions and were grown in all the imperial gardens.
It mixes well with essential oils of fir basil, bay laurel, bergamot, black pepper, camphor, cardamom, carrot seeds, cinnamon, cypress, eucalyptus Globulus, geranium, grapefruit, juniper, lavender, citrus, marjoram, myrrh, orange patchouli, pine, rose, rosemary, sandalwood, tangerine, and ylang-ylang.
- Fennel oil's sweet, mild aroma mixes well with spicy essential oils such as cinnamon.
- You can also take out the clear, sweet notes of essential citrus oils such as Lime by blending them with appropriate fennel oil.
- The sweet-spicy earthy flavor is a favorite in aromatherapy to help ease problems by elevating and stimulating the mind and spirit.
- It is important to use aromatic use of essential fennel oil through a diffuser to manage stress or reduce anxiety.
- After a long day, the oil can also be used to relax and is assumed to improve mental clarity and attention.