Botanical Name: Pimpinella anisum.
Ingredients: Pimpinella anisum (anise) seed oil.
Directions: Dilute properly.
Suggested Uses: Anise oil contains a natural substance that can form white crystals in the oil. If this happens, warm the bottle slightly until the crystals dissolve. Instant Inspiration: Waft open bottle under nose. Joyful Atmosphere: 5 drops anise, 3 drops clary sage, 4 drops lemon in a lamp ring diffuser.
Caution: If Pregnant, Suffering From Any Medical Condition, Or Taking Medication, Consult a Health Care Practitioner Before Use. Dilute Properly. May Irritate Skin. Not For Internal Use. Keep out of reach of children. For external use only. Dilute properly. Avoid if pregnant.
Color: Colorless to pale yellow.
Viscosity: Mobile liquid, solidifying at low temperatures.
Top Note: Clean, sweet.
Middle Note: Strong anisic (licorice-like).
Dry Note: Woody-anethole, lightly tenacious.
Aromatherapy Actions: Cheering, mildly euphoric, sense enhancing.
Safety Data: May be an eye/skin irritant. Avoid during pregnancy.
Regulatory Status: GRAS 182.20.
Processing Notes: Steam distilled from the ripe, minutely crushed seeds.
Common Name: Anise.
Form: Essential Oil.