About Anise Seed Egypt Essential Oil:
Anise Seed Egypt Essential Oil (Pimpinella anisum), in aromatherapy Anise Seed Oil uses are extensive, stimulating and listed as antispasmodic and sedative it restores equilibrium to autonomic nervous system. Experts describe the aroma as intensely sweet and clean. Culinary Use for decades Anise Oil has been a flavoring used in candies, medicines, and tobacco. Anise Oil a delicate ingredient can be used as an flavoring base for sauces, soups, cakes, breads, biscuits, confectionary as well as sweet dishes. Anise Seed blends well with cilantro, black pepper, cumin, fennel and citrus oils. Mask obnoxious odors with Anise Seed, particularly fishy smells.
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