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Anise Myrtle is used in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and insomnia. It is calming, soothing, and uplifting, and can be used to combat feelings of restlessness and lack of direction. Anise Myrtle is one of the great digestive oils as well as a great respiratory oil. Anise Myrtle is said to be very beneficial for skin and hair. It is found in many products including skin care, anti-aging creams and serums, hair care products, shampoo, conditioner, and soaps.
Which Anise should I choose?
Anise Myrtle has a licorice aroma very similar to Anise in smell, though a little fresher and more pleasant. Anise and Anise Myrtle are very similar in fragrance, components, and therapeutic properties. Many people consider Anise Myrtle to be superior to any of the other more traditional types of Anise essential oil, though it is also more expensive.
Anise Myrtle Essential Oil
|Available In:||Essential Oil|
|Botanical Name:||Syzygium anisatum|
|Extraction Method:||Steam distilled|
|Aroma:||Anise Myrtle has a licorice aroma very similar to Aniseed in smell, though a little fresher and more pleasant.|
|Cautions:||Not for use during pregnancy. Can cause skin sensitization.|